Jaguar just announced pricing for its newly expanded lineup of F-Type sports cars. Continue Reading...
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Everyone knows high-horsepower coupes and all-wheel drive go hand-in-hand. Need more proof? Just look at the latest offering from Jaguar, which pairs the sexy F-Type with all-weather capability and enhanced performance. Continue Reading...
As if Jaguar’s F-Type sports car wasn’t already thrilling enough, the British bad boy of luxury cars is making things even more enticing. Continue Reading...
There could be especially good news for American fans of Audi’s smallest sedan: the performance variants might make it here with a manual. Continue Reading...
Starting at $15,455, the Hyundai Accent has long been a value proposition in the sub-compact segment and for 2014, the car gets a few more standard features. Continue Reading...
The Jaguar F-Type shook things up with it revived the brand’s presence in the sports car segment, but there’s still plenty to come from the British brand that loves to be bad. Continue Reading...
The 2015 Subaru WRX STI is the real deal. Ignore the detractors who have yet to drive the new car; it’s not at all a mildly updated carryover. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet wowed the automotive world when it unveiled the 2015 Z06 in Detroit last January, but it turns out the brand was only getting started. Continue Reading...
If it’s not a diesel-powered, rear-wheel-drive station wagon with a manual transmission, it’s not worth considering, let alone buying. Continue Reading...
Everyone knows “bigger is better,” especially in America. It’s practically our national slogan; the founding fathers should have included it in the Bill of Rights as the 10.5th Amendment. Here in the land of the free and the home of the brave there may be a compelling case for all things large and in charge,… Continue Reading...
The 1990s was a great time for Japanese sports cars. Pretty much every manufacturer was building a world class performance machine including Mazda, with the third generation RX-7. But that was twenty years ago and what may have been great then, might not be any good today. So, we have gotten our hands on a… Continue Reading...
Is the manual transmission dead? Die-hard auto enthusiasts may shout out: “No way” but is anyone listening? If you’re in the market for a new car, a manual transmission might be a good idea, for a few key reasons. Continue Reading...
Kia unveiled its boldest car to date today at the 2013 New York Auto Show: the 2014 Forte Koup. Continue Reading...
Subaru’s fourth-generation Forester crossover got its North American debut today during the L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
It was no secret, it had to happen and now it’s here for you to look at: The 2013 Volkswagen Beetle convertible is out for all to see. Continue Reading...
The automotive industry is a global business that is constantly evolving and growing, and we here at AutoGuide know it can be hard to keep up sometimes. So here is a summary of the top stories you may have missed this week: Fisker Sold Over 1,000 Karmas this Year Fisker will recall a selection of its Karma exotic… Continue Reading...
Honda is conceding defeat to Mercedes, BMW and Lexus but that could be good news for fans of the brand. Their reassessment means a fully-refreshed line including new cars as soon as this spring. The first in line is their new ILX compact sedan which will be based on the global Civic platform. The move… Continue Reading...
With the debut of the all new 2012 Toyota Camry yesterday (review here), Honda’s Accord soldiers on for another model year mostly unchanged save for the addition of a Special Edition (SE) trim level. All Accord models will also receive a USB audio interface for 2012. The Honda Accord will also receive four engine variations ,… Continue Reading...
Any car owner that has worked on their own vehicle knows what a Haynes manual is. The company has helped educate people working on their own cars for over fifty years. Now Haynes has stepped up to enter the digital age by uploading the manuals on the internet. The Haynes Group took over Vivid Holding… Continue Reading...
Woman’s Stolen Honda Accord Re-Surfaces Years Later With VTEC Engine, Manual Transmission, Tuner Parts
Amanda Pogany’s 1996 Honda Accord was stolen from outside her Brooklyn apartment three years ago. When she called the police for help, they did little more than laugh. After all, the Accord is one of the top selling cars in America, and one of the most stolen to boot. But Pogany’s car did turn up,… Continue Reading...