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Immediately following the online reveal on September 23 of the new electric Volkswagen ID.4—a Tesla Model Y competitor—buyers can reserve an ID.4 with a refundable deposit of only $100. Volkswagen plans to deliver the first ID.4 vehicles to reservation holders later this year. In a few weeks, specifications and more details will be revealed about… Continue Reading...
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Japan mostly, but it also operates other plants. Continue Reading...
Instead of updating or redesigning the Optima, Kia has rid the North American market of the car altogether. Continue Reading...
The Ford Ranger is probably one of the most sought after mid-size pick-up trucks out there and it has less to do with the way it looks or the engines it comes with. One of the critical aspects of the Ranger’s appeal is the sheer amount of aftermarket accessories available from the factory. Ford recognizes… Continue Reading...
Kia Sedona to make its debut this summer. Looks sleeker than before and will likely be more spacious too. Continue Reading...
Subaru adds a new 2.5-liter engine to popular Crosstrek, with 182 hp and more off-roading equipment exclusive to the Sport trim. Continue Reading...
FCA has announced that the 2020 Chrysler Pacifica AWD will arrive at dealerships by the third quarter of this year. Those who simply cannot wait that long can order one from their nearest dealership now, however. Continue Reading...
Buick has released the first official images and details of its 2021 Envision SUV. Those expecting a minor nip and tuck will be in for a rather rude awakening. To say that the 2021 Buick Envision looks striking would be an understatement. Continue Reading...
Concerns over the Coronavirus (COVID-19) are keeping millions in the US at home, either working in new home offices or in self-isolation. For the latest information on the COVID-19 pandemic, make sure to check the World Health Organization website. It’s also reduced travel for leisure and commercial purposes. Be it business air travel, vacations, or… Continue Reading...