The 2016 Mazda2 just made its North American debut ahead of the Montreal Salon de L’Auto. Continue Reading...
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The Mazda2 is one of the most under-appreciated subcompact cars on the market. Continue Reading...
With the success of last year’s CLA-Class compact sedan coupe, Mercedes-Benz is unabashedly eager to expand its front-wheel drive line-up in America. Continue Reading...
Fiat’s compact crossover debuted this week at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. If you missed it the first time, here’s you chance to get fed on all the details of this cute-ute. Continue Reading...
Fiat is taking another stab at creating a larger 500 variant, but this time, instead of tall wagon thing like the 500L, the company is playing it safe by creating a compact crossover called the 500X. 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...
Later this year, ZipCar will address one of the steepest challenges it and other brands like it face. Continue Reading...
Honda has just introduced the third generation 2015 Fit for the American market. Set to go on sale this spring, Honda promises this new Fit will continue to offer great interior space and fuel efficiency while retaining the fun-to-drive reputation this little hatchback has earned over the years. Continue Reading...
The Honda Vezel is the production version of the Urban Concept show to us last year. Continue Reading...
This shouldn’t come as a surprise, but Mercedes-Benz is expecting to sell quite a few of its new entry-level CLA-Class sedans to U.S. buyers. Continue Reading...
Caterham’s scheme to sell cars outside its traditional sports car niche is moving forward, but the brand won’t abandon its sports car heritage. Continue Reading...
Incoming generations of car buyers want smaller cars than any of their predecessors. Continue Reading...
Honda is expanding a recall relating to the stability control system in its Fit sub-compacts. Continue Reading...
The thought of a performance version of the Scion xD may not set our souls on fire, or anyone’s really. Based on the Toyota Yaris platform, the xD starts out life lacking any performance DNA to speak of. And, with the current generation of the Scion xD having been on sale since 2008, the vehicle… Continue Reading...
People buy hybrids because they think the “H” word is synonymous with fuel savings. While that’s true, hybrid appeal leaves a wide grey area between mildly improved mpgs and real returns at the pump, not to mention the higher cost of entry into the gasoline-electric segment. Toyota’s success with the Prius often leads people to… Continue Reading...
Ford is back to its old tricks this year as it announces a plan to revive the “Fiesta Movement” campaign it used four years ago to introduce the sub-compact to U.S. buyers. Continue Reading...
Spy photos of the next generation Smart ForTwo are showing the car undergoing cold weather testing. Continue Reading...
Mitsubishi chose the Montreal Auto Show to debut its new small car, which still doesn’t have a name in North America but is called the Mirage in other markets. Continue Reading...
One of Italian automaker Fiat’s latest editions takes the brand in a very Californian direction, picking perhaps the most appropriate venue to debut: the 2012 L.A. Auto Show. Continue Reading...
Toyota announced updates for its sub-compact 2013 Yaris, which will be offered in three- and five-door liftback models. Continue Reading...
The minicar segment is growing — a fact that might be tempting Mazda to throw its hat in the ring. Continue Reading...
The updated version of Ford’s low-cost Fiesta sub-compact due Stateside as a 2014 model is on the floor at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in Brazil. Continue Reading...
Advertising salvos usually signal a new car’s release, especially one that hasn’t been sold before, but that isn’t the case with the Chevrolet Spark. Continue Reading...
Nissan’s segment-leading Versa sub-compact will be getting some much-needed styling updates courtesy of the Japan- and Europe-marketed Note. Continue Reading...