Goldilocks and the Three Bears is a lighthearted fairytale highlighting the adventures of a cute little girl and a trio of cuddly bears… or is it? A closer examination of this innocent-sounding narrative reveals that it’s actually a gloomy tale that glorifies breaking and entering, trespassing, vandalism and theft. Continue Reading...
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Gran Turismo 6 launches today and among the almost unmanageably long list of available cars, gamers are able to “play” with the concept version of Acura’s upcoming NSX. Continue Reading...
Porsche’s push into the compact crossover segment is here, packing a choice of six-shooters powering the all four wheels. Continue Reading...
Next week, Porsche will officially unveil its Macan crossover despite the fact that much of the information about its newest product is already out in the open. Continue Reading...
After months of months of hemming and hawing by Jaguar executives, the brand just announced its plan to debut the F-Type coupe later this month in L.A. Continue Reading...
In case you didn’t know, the Panamera is heavily revised for 2014. Porsche claims that this is now the second generation of the Panamera model lineup and it includes a host of changes inside and out. Continue Reading...
The fourth generation Acura TL has had a hard time fitting in during its short lifetime. Sized closer to a mid-size luxury sedan, the TL is powered, optioned and priced more like a compact luxury sedan. In fact, at a base $36,030, the TL is actually cheaper than the BMW 328i. With such a cheap… Continue Reading...
Strong acceleration is important, it’s useful when merging onto a crowded expressway or towing a heavy trailer through the mountains. Speed is especially important for police vehicles as it gives law enforcement officers the power to take down bad guys. But who has the fastest cop car? Continue Reading...
Dodge just announced its 2014 Durango Special Service SUV, which will compete directly with the Ford Police Interceptor SUV and Chevrolet Tahoe PPV. Continue Reading...
There were at least two things missing when General Motors debuted its new line of SUVs in New York last month. Continue Reading...
AutoGuide‘s compact crossover video comparison garnered plenty of attention this week, as we pitted eight of the market’s most popular crossovers against one another. Which one came out on top? Watch the video below, along with our other most popular videos of the week. Continue Reading...
Compact crossovers are quickly becoming America’s one-size-fits-all automotive solution. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen will slowly abandon its naturally aspirated engines as it releases new products. Continue Reading...
Taking something from ordinary to extraordinary is no easy task, and there might not be a better example of ordinary than the Honda Accord. A solid family car that offers dependability and ease of use over all else, are the folks at Honda crazy for trying to make this family hauler perform on the track?… Continue Reading...
It was only a matter of time until Ford offered its turbocharged V6 in the taller of its two law enforcement specials. Continue Reading...
Crossovers and family sedans make up a huge part of the automotive market. These sensible, everyday vehicles are safe, spacious and efficient; in short they’re perfect for families, be them planned or… not. But for all their merits these cars are about as much fun as counting grains of sugar in a five-pound bag. Continue Reading...
Our regular Ask AutoGuide feature is all about helping distressed shoppers find the perfect vehicle, be it a cavernous crossover, a sensible sedan or something else entirely. Patrons send us a list of what they need and we get to work separating gold nuggets from gravel to generate a list of recommendations. But this week… Continue Reading...
There’s something powerful in store for the 2014 Cadillac XTS this August. Continue Reading...
Fuel economy… who needs it? Luggage capacity, rear-seat legroom, creature comforts, they’re more overrated than all the bacon memes on Facebook put together and raised to the power of Justin Bieber. That’s one hell of a confusing math problem, but it’s true. Needless add-ons and frou-frou features waste more time and energy than a month-long… Continue Reading...
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...
The Camaro is Chevrolet’s red, white and blue ponycar. It’s as American as gun ownership and obesity and it’s just been confirmed that a refreshed version of this rear-wheel-drive performance machine will debut at the New York International Auto Show in just a couple weeks. 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...
This week, Autoguide.com takes a look at Mercedes’ GLK350 small crossover. The boxy trucklette gets mild styling updates for 2013 and promises mildly improved fuel economy over last year’s model. But what else is important about the square-looking Benz? Continue Reading...
BMW will soon offer a new kind of M car, at least in name. The 2014 M4 will be the range-topping version of the new 4 Series, which is a migration of the brand’s 3 Series coupe and convertibles in name. Continue Reading...