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Which is your pick, the Sonic hatchback or the Sonic sedan?
The five-passenger 2012 Chrysler 200 is offered in a sedan and convertible body styles and four models.
Luxury and comfort are the first things that come to mind with the LaCrosse, which starts at $29,960 MSRP.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee midsize SUV is back, and we're happy for the return of the SRT8 variant.
Popular with drivers, Toyota's 2012's crop of Camrys are as classic as ever.
When we think of the Ford Fiesta, we think fun, sporty and fuel-efficient.
Just as its name suggests, the 2012 Regal is a luxurious car with its flowing lines and sculpted body that combines sport-injected performance and fuel efficiency.
Starting at $16,720 MSRP, the 2012 Cruze is designed to fit seamlessly into a driver's ever-evolving life.
With all due respect to the Audi A8, Lexus LS 460, and even the hard-charging BMW 750i, the Mercedes-Benz S-Class is arguably the top dog of the full-size luxury sedan world. Enter the 2010 S400 Hybrid, a new S-Class with an innovative gas-electric V6 power train.
We've followed up our original coverage of the 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour by spending a week with this new crossover.
Here's a roll call of the hottest sports cars and sports coupes coming our way in the next year--and a few of them are already here.
The 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour is further proof that there's no automotive segment that can't be cut into even smaller pieces. The Crosstour is a 4-door hatchback version of the Accord, and with its slightly raised ride height and available all-wheel drive, Honda gets to call it a crossover. Aimed at empty nesters and young families, do its merits as a roomy, cargo-centric and more-refined Accord outweigh its ungainly shape? Honda invited us for a test drive to find out.
The leaves are turning shades of gold and red, and the holiday season is closer than you'd like to think. While this time of year traditionally brings together friends, family and food, it also brings most manufacturers' newest model year cars to dealer lots -- often with more incentives.
Volkswagen simplifies the 2009 Passat sedan by nixing the manual transmission and whittling the available trims down to one, Komfort, now with standard heated seats and heated washer nozzles.
The much-anticipated 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is big news for fans of the Corvette, Chevy's legendary flagship sportscar. Along with the introduction of the ZR1, there's another 2009 change that they like a lot. Chevrolet now offers a less expensive 2009 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. New this year, the Convertible can be ordered as a base 1LT model that costs about $3,000 less than the 2LT "base" model that used to be the least expensive drop-top. Today the difference between a Corvette Coupe and Convertible is around $5,000, down from about $8,000 in 2008