During the 2013 New York Auto Show, Volvo announced that the V60 Wagon will be available in the United States by early 2014. Continue Reading...
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Acura will reveal its brand-new 2014 MDX at the New York International Auto Show this afternoon, but a photo of the luxury crossover has leaked onto the internet well ahead of its big unveiling. Continue Reading...
It’s said March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb. It may be late in 2013’s third month but that hasn’t stopped the weather from being cool in New York City. Cranking up the thermostat in the NY Auto Show the folks at Mercedes-Benz just revealed a 355-horsepower compact, the CLA … Continue Reading...
It was impressive enough when the 2013 Range Rover debuted 700 lbs lighter than its predecessor, but the smaller and more agile Range Rover Sport tugs its belt even tighter to lose 800. Continue Reading...
“If I can make it there, I’ll make it any where” goes the song New York, New York, and you can’t help but think Hyundai is humming the tune as it releases a teaser of the updated 2014 Equus which will debut at the New York Auto Show in about two weeks. Continue Reading...
Buick will bring updated versions of both the LaCrosse and Regal sedans to the 2013 New York Auto Show in late March, a company official confirmed. Continue Reading...
Anyone who thought the deal Nissan inked for a 10-year monopoly on providing New York’s taxi cabs wouldn’t cause trouble had better think again. Continue Reading...
Hurricane Sandy gave the Eastern portion of the United States a what for last week, not to mention the Caribbean and points far beyond. Amid all the destruction and misery the automotive industry was impacted in a number of ways. In particular, the safety of electric cars has been brought up. Continue Reading...
When we first heard about the Bentley-themed suite at the St. Regis Hotel in New York, we were treated to artist’s renderings of the $10,000 a night room. But now the Starwood Hotels’ resort has released photos of the 1,700 square feet suite. Continue Reading...
The first of a scheduled series of Bentley-themed suites offered in collaboration between the luxury automaker and Starwood Hotels was just announced. Continue Reading...
Set to go on sale in early 2013 to replace the RL, Acura’s RLX sedan will arrive at dealerships looking slightly different than the concept we saw in New York if the patent images here are, in fact, the production model. Continue Reading...
Electric automaker Tesla opened a new store recently, but the kind of cars it sells isn’t what’s catching attention, at least not entirely. Continue Reading...
Florida and New York car owners accusing Toyota of driving down the value of its vehicles by not disclosing or fixing defects related to unintended acceleration, has had the majority of their claims dismissed. Continue Reading...
The Big Apple has gotten a little greener thanks to its new Boro Taxis that sport an Apple Green finish, helping to give all those that live in the boroughs outside of Manhattan and Northern Manhattan a ride. This is the first time in New York’s storied history that taxi service outside of Manhattan has… Continue Reading...
Among the many vehicles debuting in the U.S. at the New York Auto Show, Mitsubishi brought its refreshed 2013 Outlander. Updates to the compact crossover include a face lifted front and rear end and standard 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels, offering a mild list of updates to its current best-seller. Included in those updates, 18-inch alloy… Continue Reading...
Known for its rugged terrain-capable cars sporting efficient four-cylinder engines, Subaru built its reputation on offering all-wheel drive and crossover-like ground clearance in an efficient package. Cars like the Forrester already offer that to U.S. customers, but the brand just unveiled another off-road clearance-oriented car at the New York Auto Show. Based on the Impreza… Continue Reading...
Try to look past the fact that it’s a Dodge Challenger without a Hemi. Heck it still boasts 305 horsepower, which is about what a Mustang GT did in 2010. If you can manage that, have a look at the 2012 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redline edition: it’s a V6 version of the coke bottle muscle… Continue Reading...
Successful sales and popularity characterize the Lexus RX line of crossovers, but one area they have never excelled is, well, acceleration — or any aspect of performance driving. Lexus hopes to change all that by offering its RX 350 F Sport, which just debuted at the New York Auto Show where Mark Templin, Lexus group vice president… Continue Reading...
Rounding off the American luxury brand’s lineup, the Cadillac SRX debuted yesterday at the unfolding New York Auto Show featuring a restyled front end and refreshed interior. While the same host of luxury appointments you might expect from the brand like leather and wood trim are present, the upcoming model’s most interesting feature is its new… Continue Reading...
Rated at the same 350 horsepower as the Taurus SHO and delivering 350 lb-ft of torque, the Sport is designed to deliver that extra dose of pizzazz without sacrificing fuel economy Continue Reading...
However, given the success of vehicles like Subaru’s Legacy Outback here and even Audi’s AllRoad, it seems like a no brainer to us for a North American spec version to made available to dealers. Continue Reading...
In stylish new clothes, inside and out, the 2013 Toyota Avalon debuted today at the New York Auto Show. Despite getting a refresh in 2011, Toyota seems to have recognized that its full-size sedan, aimed squarely at baby boomers looking for value and comfort, needed a new face to continue competing with the ever-changing car… Continue Reading...
Volkswagen‘s Up! continued the trend from the past four years of small cars winning the World Car of the Year Award at the New York Auto Show today. “Our goal was always to make something small great,” a Volkswagen executive said on stage. To garner the award, the Up! beat both the volume-selling and luxurious… Continue Reading...
The Mazda Takeri concept that originally debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show last year took its American bow today at the New York Auto Show. Mazda doesn’t plan to bring the Takeri to market, at least not in name — but the company’s North America president and CEO but Jim O’Sullivan was quick to point out that… Continue Reading...