Jeep is a crucial part of the FCA lineup. As the market continues to favor SUVs over traditional cars, the original SUV brand is perfectly positioned to bank on that, and Jim Morrison knows it. Continue Reading...
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Mary Ann Capo gets right to the point. Her first words in our interview about the 2021 Chrysler Pacifica, from inside the vehicle itself at the Canadian International Autoshow, are clear: “We invented the segment. We invented the minivan. So we take pride in always being the one to innovate.” Capo is the senior manager… Continue Reading...
Kia has taken the wraps off its upcoming 2021 Sorento SUV, ahead of the vehicle’s official debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show. Continue Reading...
Bad news for the 2,884 Americans who bought Supras in 2019 (and the 252 Canadians): Toyota is giving it a substantial update for the 2021 model year. Continue Reading...
J.D. Power has once again released its US Vehicle Dependability Study, a comprehensive overview of how owners are finding their three-year-old models. Continue Reading...
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: A Chinese car company is planning on selling its wares in the US. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet has taken the wraps off its restyled 2021 Equinox at the Chicago Auto Show. It gains Blazer-esque styling, complete with a new RS trim. Continue Reading...
Ford went in a different direction for the traditionally truck-heavy Chicago Auto Show, instead showing off its low-slung GT supercar in updated 2020 form. Continue Reading...
Hyundai will return to the midsize hybrid sedan fight once more, with a gas-and-battery version of its stylish new Sonata. Continue Reading...
Chrysler remains committed to the minivan segment, taking the opportunity to show off the refreshed 2021 Pacifica at the Chicago Auto Show today. Continue Reading...
Nissan is giving its dinosaur a new heart. No, not Godzilla—the mid-size Frontier pickup. Continue Reading...
Jeep will kick off the Chicago Auto Show with this, the new Gladiator Mojave. Continue Reading...
Cadillac unveiled the new Escalade tonight at an event in Los Angeles. Continue Reading...
Late Tuesday evening at a dedicated event in Miami, Genesis took the wraps off its GV80 SUV for the first time in North America. Continue Reading...
At a special event at Fiat Chrysler’s Auburn Hills, MI, headquarters, assembled media got a first look at the next generation of FCA’s Uconnect infotainment system. Continue Reading...
The world’s best-selling plug-in hybrid crossover is getting a bigger gasoline engine in 2021, according to new VIN documentation. Continue Reading...
The Audi Q5 is joining the increasing ranks of plug-in hybrids for 2020. Continue Reading...
Porsche has stuck to the old “no replacement for displacement” script with its latest evolution of the 718 Cayman and Boxster, the 394 hp GTS 4.0. Continue Reading...
General Motors’ zero-cars brand—GMC that is, not Buick—has shown off the latest members of the SUV scene, the 2021 Yukon and Yukon XL. Continue Reading...
Genesis has officially joined the luxury SUV party with this, the 2021 GV80. Expect it to quickly become the brand’s volume leader when it touches down later this year. Continue Reading...
Are you one of the people that bemoan how expensive modern cars are becoming? Audi’s refreshed A4 might be just what you need, then. Continue Reading...
Evolution, not revolution. That was the name of the game for Honda as it unveiled the updated version of its mad hot hatch, the Civic Type R, at the Tokyo Auto Salon. Continue Reading...
The numbers are in, and they confirm what we already knew: everybody is buying crossovers (and trucks). America bought 17.1 million vehicles in 2019, according to Edmunds. That was a slight decrease over the previous year, but it was enough to set a record as the fifth consecutive year of sales totalling over 17 million…. Continue Reading...
The folks at Ford may be giving up conventionally-shaped sedans, but a recent trademark filing suggests they could be targeting a different market altogether: the raised-wagon segment. Continue Reading...