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Ford has unveiled the redesigned 2014 Fiesta with the face of a Fusion and engine choices ranging from a fuel-sipping 1-liter engine to a high-performance Fiesta ST.
Chevrolet is offering a way to recharge the new electric Spark in 20 minutes and a passenger who is always there: Apple's Siri virtual assistant.
Ford's makeover of its Fusion midsize sedan is a gorgeous delight -- undercut by some drivetrain issues in the gasoline models.
Prices for the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu start at $22,930 for a car with the 191-horsepower 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine.
Toyota Avalon, so much to love, especially the new price -- $2,170 lower price than the bottom 2012 model.
Acura opens the "gateway to luxury" to a young "20- and 30-something" target market with its new 2013 ILX sedan. Offered with a choice of three powertrains, including the automaker's first-ever hybrid, Acura says the ILX is built for consumers looking for high-value propositions in their purchases.
Toyota has a Goldilocks problem. As it tries to expand the Prius from a single car to a multi-model mini-brand, the automaker faces the reality that the first Prius was just right.
It's the affordable performance car many have been waiting for since the 2010 Paris motor show when Ford unveiled the Focus ST and announced it would be sold in the U.S. in 2012.
For Hyundai, the Equus represents the evolution of its vehicle line from cheap subcompacts to a car that competes with the likes of Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Lexus, although without the upscale brand name.
While the Leaf and Volt felt revolutionary, the Focus electric presents as evolutionary. It's a good car the automaker is deliberately downplaying.
Nissan's popular compact crossover, the Rogue, returns for 2013 with a starting price of $22,310 for the base S model with front-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission.
First introduced in 2007 to compete in the compact crossover SUV segment then emerging in popularity, the Volkswagen Tiguan was aimed at more established players in this class, like the Honda CR-V, and in size slotted in between the Nissan X-Trail and Nissan Qashqai.
Cadillac needed an entry car more like the BMW 3 Series. Instead of adapting hardware from General Motors' German Opel brand, as GM has done lately, Cadillac started from scratch and came up with the ATS.
The last rear-engined sports car Porsche developed before the boutique carmaker merged with the gargantuan Volkswagen Group this year, the 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S embodies everything Porsche does best ... and all the things VW can help it do better.
The 2012 Mitsubishi i subcompact electric car falls short both as a car and as an electric vehicle (EV).