The sedan segment is one of the most important in the entire auto industry and it’s chockablock with solid contenders. Continue Reading...
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The big news here is the addition of a V6 Sport model. Continue Reading...
The ever-popular Honda Accord midsize sedan (and coupe) is getting a refresh for 2016 and here are some of the details. Continue Reading...
The Chevrolet Malibu is all new for 2016 and it certainly looks the part, but more importantly than design is just how much weight this midsize sedan has lost. Engineers have trimmed it down by around 300 pounds. That’s like dropping the equivalent of a professional wrestler! Continue Reading...
Fuel economy, interior space and dramatic styling are three things midsize sedan buyers look for, and these are the areas Chevrolet focused on while developing the all-new 2016 Malibu, which just debuted at the New York Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Although the Mazda6 won AutoGuide.com’s huge midsize-sedan comparison there are some buyers that want extra power from a four-door car without having to pay a lot more, or sacrifice fuel efficiency. The Altima 3.5 deserves the attention of these people. Nissan’s fully loaded offering is equipped with many of the same modern features found in… Continue Reading...
Looking to save money at the pump and reduce your tank-track-sized carbon footprint? Kia just revealed its updated 2014 Optima Hybrid in the Windy City. Continue Reading...
Introduced in 2013, the redesigned Ford Fusion has wowed customers and industry pundits alike with its sexy styling. The Camry, Accord and Malibu aren’t even in the same league as this supermodel sedan. Continue Reading...
“Ask AutoGuide!” is our newest feature. It debuted last week to copious fanfare and considerable tweeting. Its premiere was the internet equivalent of a ticker-tape parade but without the high-school ribbon dancers and mess of confetti. Continue Reading...
The current Camry was last redesigned in 2006 and Toyota is preparing for the next model due this fall, according to WardsAuto.com. Toyota faces fierce competition from the latest offerings out of Korea and the U.S, so the new model is of the utmost importance to the company. Toyota sold 327,084 Camrys in 2010 still leading midsize family… Continue Reading...