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...
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Super Bowl LIV is in the books, and with it, another year chock-full of car ads. Continue Reading...
The cat is officially out of the bag: early Thursday morning, General Motors confirmed the Hummer name will return, on what it’s calling a “super truck.” Continue Reading...
The new year has well and truly started, and that means a whole lot of interesting cars, trucks and crossovers are launching over the next 12 months. Given the current automotive landscape, a sizeable portion of this list is made up of crossovers and SUVs. That shouldn’t be a surprise: trucks and crossovers dominated the… Continue Reading...
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Detroit may not be hosting an auto show this month, but the tradition of the North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year (NACTOY) awards continues on. This year’s winners are the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, Jeep Gladiator and Kia Telluride. 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...
We’ve driven hundreds of cars over the last 12 months here at Autoguide.com. From humble hatchbacks to stunning supercars, 2019 will go down as a quality vintage, and here are the ones you read most, dear readers. The list covers our most popular reviews of the year. It leans more towards the everyday side of… Continue Reading...
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Reliability and safety are two of the most important factors shoppers take into account when looking for a new vehicle, but even with all the available information we have today, it’s hard to know which car will be the best used purchase for us. This is where search engine and vehicle research companies come in… Continue Reading...
For many in the market, the three-row SUV is today’s family-hauler of choice. It’s a popular game, everybody’s playing, and the selection of available products borders on daunting. That’s a good thing for you, the consumer: it means the market is very competitive, and that everyone in it is working their very hardest to get… Continue Reading...
Tonight, Chevrolet revealed the redesigned 2021 Tahoe and Suburban at an event in Detroit. Among many significant detail changes, the new full-size SUVs feature for the first time an independent rear-suspension that improves ride quality along with increased cargo and passenger room. Sharing an overall design similarity with the recently redesigned Silverado, the new… Continue Reading...
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There’s no mincing words here: these are the least-reliable car brands in America, at least according to Consumer Reports. Continue Reading...
Today’s shopper is more likely than ever to factor long term dependability into their purchase decision when buying a new SUV or crossover. Continue Reading...
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Automakers from Ford to General Motors to Volkswagen have sharpened their focus on electrified production vehicles of late, with the ever-popular American pickup truck segment being an area of particular interest. Numerous automobile marques have announced plans to produce hybrid or fully electric pickup truck models in the coming years, including not only well-established carmakers… Continue Reading...
It’s the list nobody wants to find their car on. Just as there has to be the most reliable cars of 2020, Consumer Reports has also compiled a list of the 10 least reliable cars on dealer lots. Continue Reading...
Which automaker will give you the least issues overall on the new car market? Consumer Reports has the answer, with its list of the most reliable car brands of 2020. Continue Reading...
Lexus went against the grain at the 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show with this, the new LC500 Convertible. Continue Reading...
It might seem hard to believe, but this will be Toyota’s second-quickest production model next year. Yes, the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime packs both more performance and more efficiency. Continue Reading...
After showcasing the CX-30 at the Geneva Motorshow this year, Mazda has finally announced the pricing of its coupe-esque SUV for the North American market. The MSRP for the CX-30 starts from $21,900 and goes up to $29,600 for the Premium top trim. Prices exclude the $1045 destination fee. The CX-30 fills the gap between… Continue Reading...