Lexus has redesigned its mid-level GS Sport Sedan for 2013, dropping the V-8 engine and the quad headlights it had sported for the past two generations.
The Scion FR-S is a gorgeous, joy-generating, modest-price, small sports coupe that turns out to be slightly more appealing than its near-clone, the Subaru BRZ.
Auto Parts Manufacturing Mississippi shut down operations this weekend, but for a good reason.
BMW has given its flagship 7 Series a facelift,
refining the powertrain, upgrading the interior and adding a range of
state-of-the-art safety technology.
The iconic pony car returns for 2013 with some cool tweaks and upgrades, soldiering on as one of the most-popular Ford models ever.
European brands swept the North American Concept Car of the Year awards, which were presented on Monday.
The 2013 Chevrolet Malibu, which debuts this week at auto shows in Shanghai and New York will have Camaro-style looks, a bigger interior and higher fuel economy when it hits the road in the first quarter of 2012.
Nissan today revealed photos of a racing version of its Nissan Leaf electric car and plans to show the car to the public this week at the New York Auto Show.
With residual values somewhat unpredictable or dropping, leasing an SUV is not often a cheap proposition, but plenty of people are still out there doing it. We turned to LeaseCompare.com to see what were the Top 10 SUVs people have been leasing over the past 3 months, and asked them to give us an idea of what an optimal lease payment would look like with zero down. Keep in mind that putting money down will decrease your monthly payment.
For a lot of people, it's the answer to years of prayers. Hyundai's newest car is a front-engine, rear-drive sport coupe, available with either a turbocharged four-cylinder or a 306-hp V-6 engine. Prices will range from between $22,750 for a base-model 2.0T (including the $750 destination) to a little over $30,000 when you start checking options boxes on the V-6 model.
Yes, some of us were starting to wonder if the new Camaro was going to appear on screen in another Transformers movie before anyone actually got to drive one, but as of March 16th, 2009, the new Chevrolet Camaro is finally rolling off the production line. It's been seven years since the last Camaro was sold, three years since we first saw the new generation concept, and in the 43 years since the Camaro first went on sale, rarely has there been a model so eagerly anticipated.
The Honda S2000 convertible sports car has never been for everybody. It is not designed to appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers. Its interior isn't laid out for optimum commuter efficiency. It does not deliver silky ride quality. It is as far from all things for all people as a car can get. The Honda S2000 does, however, kick some major butt.
Nissan tries to revive the Four-Door Sports Car . . . and comes oh so close.
The speculation ends now as Chevrolet (finally) unveils the next Camaro. In an era of gas prices spiraling upward, "green" energy on everyone's minds and a hybrids are among the hottest status symbols, it seems an odd time to introduce a gas-swilling 400-plus horsepower musclecar. However, it could be the perfect time . . . because there is a real possibility that this will be the last time we'll see cars like this on our roads.
It's always refreshing when a car company goes back to basics. Like BMW. Like the 135i coupe.