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With a $25,600 sticker price, the 2014 Kia Forte delivers plenty of value for the money.
Chevrolet debuts its SS sedan with a 415-horsepower engine with a starting prices of nearly $45,000.
Sixty-five years after the first VW Beetle arrived in the U.S. as a distinctively shaped little car, the Beetle keeps attracting buyers with its spacious interior, turbo engine power and modernized iconic look.
Accept this column as gratitude for the 2014 Nissan Altima 2.5 SL sedan.
The 2014 4Runner has a nav system, leather-trimmed seats and a rear-camera, but the truckish body-on-frame construction and locking differential for the 4x4 mean it can still handle treacherous offroad terrain.
Fiat wanted a bigger car that would appeal to more people, and wound up with the 500L that's bug-ugly, but roomy and graceful.
Chrysler has redesigned the 200 for the 2015 model year and expects to double sales of the Detroit-made sedan.
People of nearly all sizes and budgets can find the 2014 Soul to be a satisfying small car. They just have to like riding in a mod box.
The 2014 Highlander crossover SUV isn't entirely carried over from 2013, but the overall package makes it the best Highlander ever.
Jeep is introducing its first subcompact SUV, the Renegade, which is the cousin to the Wrangler.
The Dodge Durango gets even better for 2014 with improved fuel economy, an easy touchscreen and voice control dashboard system and updated interior and exterior.
The Lincoln Navigator, a hulk from the days of bling and cheap gas, is getting a fresh face with more than 20 upgrades, bigger wheels and an EcoBoost V6 engine.
What are the coolest road-trip vehicles at this year's Detroit Auto Show? Step aside, flashy Corvettes and mega pickups.
The Hyundai Santa Fe applies the name of a popular midsize crossover to a new bigger six- or seven-passenger family hauler.
The Ford Mustang, America's first pony car, celebrates its 50th birthday with a swoon-worthy new design and plans to go global.