The letter F stands for a lot of things, but at Lexus it should stand for fast. It’s the designation used on the brands sportiest models and this year that lineup expands to include the GS F. Continue Reading...
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Kia built its reputation as an automobile manufacturer that offers content at a discount. One look at the 2015 Kia Forte5 and it’s easy to understand why. Continue Reading...
The next big thing in automotive technology is WiFi hotspots. Continue Reading...
Nappa leather upholstery, a V8 powering the back half and reclining rear seats; none of those would make sense in a Kia-branded products a few years ago but things are changing quickly. Continue Reading...
A smaller number will be showing up on Monroney stickers for the Hyundai Genesis sedan: its official fuel economy rating. Continue Reading...
Every year we all get a little older and things get a little more expensive. This is true of food, fuel and especially vehicles. In keeping with this trend the entry level Toyota Avalon is inching up the price ladder. Continue Reading...
Get off the fence soon if you’ve been thinking about buying a new Volvo. Prices are about to take a hike. Continue Reading...
Acura has adjusted the pricing of its 2014 TL sports sedan, increasing the bottom line by $125 across the various models and trim levels. Continue Reading...
God blessed Texas with His own hand Brought down angles from the Promised Land Gave ‘em a place where they could dance If you want to see heaven, brother, here’s your chance… Continue Reading...
Flight is an amazing thing. You can board a jet in Pittsburgh at breakfast time and dine on escargot in Paris for dinner. Never in human history has mankind been able to travel so quickly. It took Christopher Columbus months to cross the Atlantic, now we accomplish the same feat in as few as eight… Continue Reading...
Scion could be considering a change in its brand direction in an effort to reinvigorate sales and seek new customers. Continue Reading...
The Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive just made its world debut at the New York International Auto Show. It’s an ohm-inous reveal, especially for died-in-the-mohair enthusiasts who will no doubt find the car re-volt-ing and have amp-le things to complain about. Continue Reading...
Welcome to the first installment of “Ask AutoGuide!” a brand-new weekly feature where we help you find the right new car or truck. Think of it as internet community service, our way of giving back to the loyal people who share so much with us. Best of all the advice comes from the heart since… Continue Reading...
Super-luxury automaker Rolls-Royce just announced a recall of its 2013 Phantom lineup. Call backs are never a good thing, but they can be especially embarrassing at the ultra-premium end of the market. How does the company treat its “high rolling” customers when something unexpected happens? Continue Reading...
Subaru of American announced today, that its highly-anticipated 2012 Impreza will start at just $17,495. At that price, customers will get the base model 4-door 2.0-liter with a five speed manual transmission. Impressively, the car’s starting price remains the same as last year’s model. The base model equipped with a CVT transmission will carry a… Continue Reading...
Volvo‘s CEO Stefan Jacoby is calling for a new focus for Volvo, and wants to see the Swedish automaker abandon its position as a premium brand meant to compete with Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz. “Let’s ditch this talk about premium,” said Jacoby while speaking to Autocar magazine. “It sounds like a pricing strategy and it’s… Continue Reading...