The much loved wagon variant of the Cadillac CTS is on its way back, but there are reports that it could debut with a different badge on its grille. Continue Reading...
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Generally there’s not a lot to get excited about with commercial vans, unless of course you’re a fleet operator, sub-contractor or anyone else in need of spacious transportation that doesn’t break the bank. If you fall into one of these camps there’s really never been a better time to buy. Continue Reading...
Proving that station wagons don’t have to be boring the “Volks” at VW revealed their Golf R Variant at the Los Angeles Auto Show. This European estate marries family-friendly versatility with tire-smoking performance, well, not exactly. Continue Reading...
The Subaru Outback has carved itself a comfortable niche as a no nonsense, go anywhere, family hauler. Continue Reading...
Tesla is considering derivative models based on its upcoming compact sedan in a strategy that could help it entice more customers. Continue Reading...
Car companies are pretty clever. A lot of time, research and money gets spent before a new product is created. Continue Reading...
This year has finally brought the conventional Swedish wagon back to North America. Continue Reading...
The automotive business is a lot like nature; only the strong survive. Accordingly this industry’s slow lane is littered with the bloody corpses of deceased marques. Once-proud companies like Pontiac, Hupmobile, Willys-Knight and Hudson are long gone but not all of them are forgotten. Continue Reading...
Subaru’s future plans include hybrid and full-electric powertrains, but not until after the company is able to clear the plate it is currently chewing through. Continue Reading...
The Classic Tale of the Saabaru Vehicle Overview In 2005 Saab wanted a compact vehicle to sell in North America against products like the Audi A3 and Volvo V50. At the time GM owned Saab completely and had an influential ownership share in Subaru. To fill the gap in Saab’s lineup, the company began to… Continue Reading...
Vehicle Overview The Prius V joined the expanding Prius lineup in 2011 as a 2012 model. For the North American market the “V” is basically a wagon version of the regular Prius. In other markets the Prius V is sold as a three-row multi-person vehicle, which means all versions worldwide include second row seating set… Continue Reading...
Spy photographers have managed to snap some photos of the all-new 2015 Subaru Outback as it undergoes testing in Europe. The crossover-ish sort of station wagon has been on the market since 2009 and is overdue for a redesign. Continue Reading...
Time stands still for no one, especially automakers. Today’s hot new vehicle is tomorrow’s also-ran product. Constant updates, tweaks and changes are mandatory in the car business. To keep up with ever-tougher competition Audi is giving its A6 range a facelift as our spy photographers have found. Continue Reading...
Volvo is not usually known for building lust-worthy performance machines. Generally their products are safe, solid and secure, important attributes to be certain but they’re hardly the stuff dreams are made of. However, the addition of performance-tuned V60 and S60 Polestar models is spicing things up for the Staid Swede. Continue Reading...
Subaru wowed everyone at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show by unveiling the Cross Sport Design Concept. Continue Reading...
When Jaguar unveiled its C-X17 Concept in Frankfurt, the company was showing more than a new platform. Continue Reading...
There’s good news for luxury diesel fans now that the EPA has released official fuel economy ratings for the 2014 BMW 328d. Continue Reading...
Like Mariah Carey’s ancestry, modern crossover vehicles have unusual roots. The award-winning American singer’s family tree is more varied than the flora of a rainforest understory. Her unique blend of nationalities includes African, Venezuelan and Irish. That’s more ingredients than Belorussian variety sausage. Who’s hungry for some lean, finely textured opossum? Continue Reading...
Honda previewed its utilitarian Civic Tourer during the Geneva Motor Show last month in concept form and now new spy photos are showing what to expect from the production car. Continue Reading...
This Week’s Five-Point Inspection takes a look at the soon-to-be-overhauled Mercedes-Benz E-Class, what we love about it and what we’d like to see changed. About to become redundant, there is a mid-cycle refresh coming for the 2014 model year which will put the current E-Class out to pasture. This doesn’t mean the E-Class is necessarily… Continue Reading...
One of the stars of the Mercedes press conference at this year’s Geneva Motor show is a station wagon. Oh, but not any wagon; this is the CLS63 AMG S-Model 4Matic. It’s a lot of words, but this is a lot of car. Continue Reading...
Mercedes-Benz chose the hallowed ground of the Detroit Auto Show to unveil its redesigned 2014 E-Class, which is the brand’s second-most-popular nameplate in the U.S. The lineup includes sedan, wagon, coupe and convertible models, but that’s not all! The high-powered AMG version also got reworked, and was just revealed in Motown. Continue Reading...
They don’t call it the Motor City for nothin’! The whole industry is on display this week as automakers from across the country and around the world descend on Detroit. Looking to steal some of the limelight, Mercedes-Benz just revealed its latest E-Class lineup. Continue Reading...
Ford made several important product announcements at a media event in Detroit this morning. Borrowing from its global portfolio, the Dearborn-based automaker is bringing an impressive array of commercial vehicles to the North American market, including a brand-new version of the Transit Connect. Continue Reading...