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While Mitsubishi has been paring down its product line, they’ve added a vehicle that should deliver better numbers.
The new MKZ, with its swoopy lines, LED exterior lighting and split wing grille turned plenty of heads at auto shows I've been to.
The Fusion’s new, sleeker silhouette, sweeping character lines and thin roof pillars create an athletic profile.
Today’s Kia models not only look sharper both inside and out, but benefit from better build quality and loads of tech.
I lack the patience for eco-friendly motoring…but my love for over-powered gas-guzzling V8s is challenged by my thrift.
Toyota and Nissan have a reputation for building world-class small and now mid-size pickup trucks.
The B 250 starts at the same price as its predecessor, but with a big jump in power, better driving dynamics and more standard content.
Overall, this in-your-face exterior with lizard-eyed front end can be polarizing, but I like it.
But park beside the sedan's two-door sibling—the C-Class Coupe—and guess who steals the spotlight?
In practice, most hybrids are a compromise between performance and fuel economy, with performance getting the short shrift.
Instead of relying on the milk of driver kindness, I tapped into one of BMW’s traditional strengths—power—to get a spot in traffic.
After a week in this big rig, tapping the 5.7-litre V8’s vast reserves of power, I was hesitant to return the keys.
In designing the ES 300h hybrid sedan, Lexus wisely chose not to fix what wasn’t broken, but sharpened its look and driving dynamics.
You get a well-equipped car in the base GLS with manual.
The Sprinter quickly ate up the miles, smoothly, and with some expected jouncing over sections of badly heaved pavement.
Toyota, to its credit, never gave up on 4Runner’s off-road ability.
During my time with the Hyundai Veloster, I had several friends who really liked its bold, curvaceous look. Others hated it.
With the passing of time, Honda's models have increased in size.
Now, non-domestic manufacturers produce some of the most advanced hybrids, electrics and other fuel-efficient vehicles.
At the recent Los Angeles Auto Show there was no shortage of shiny objects, even in the ‘green’ department this year.