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The recently refreshed 2017 Lexus IS isn’t content to announce itself with a press release and a lease deal. Just last month, it doused itself in Thai hot sauce, and now becomes a rolling Jumbotron that struts its sparkly stuff in a music video. We can’t remember when a BMW 3-series had this kind of […]
Ford is recalling 602,739 cars in the United States to repair seatbelt pretensioners that may fail in a crash, the automaker said Friday. On the 2013–2016 Fusion and 2013–2015 Lincoln MKZ, the pretensioning system, which cinches the belts extra tight for front-seat passengers during a collision, has cables that may separate. Ford said the high […]
Hyundai’s new Genesis luxury brand may be plowing new ground in the upper reaches of the market, but the Korean company has not forgotten about its budget roots. Case in point: the 2017 Hyundai Accent Value Edition, a new version of the subcompact Accent sedan with a nice load of features for the low, low […]
Volkswagen’s CC marks the brand’s first crack at a so-called “four-door coupe,” the increasingly ubiquitous more-stylish-than-a-sedan sedan format, and the model is, well, old. Introduced in 2008, the CC is long overdue for replacement. That’s coming next year, along with a name change to Arteon. So far Volkswagen has released only a handful of design sketches […]
It really has been a half-decade since Kia unveiled its fabulous GT concept, and it’s been almost three years since the company pretty much confirmed that a production version would see the light of day. A kissing cousin of the Genesis G70—which is to say it’s in the neighborhood of BMW’s 3-series in size and intent—the soon-to-arrive […]
Honda has had its ups and downs over the past few years, but the CR-V is one of the rocks upon which the house stands. Through October 2016, the compact crossover accounted for almost one-quarter of Honda’s annual volume in North America. And the automaker knows that if you want the bread to keep rolling […]
What It Is: The last hurrah and ultimate expression of the current seventh-generation Corvette is in the final throes of testing and development at GM’s Milford, Michigan, proving ground. Armed with significant aero, chassis, and powertrain upgrades, the ZR1 should provide Ferrari 488GTB performance for less than half the price. READ MORE ››
Dad bought a new Cadillac Eldorado convertible in 1976. GM touted it as the last of the big droptops, a majestic parting shot seemingly designed to transport prom queens, grand marshals, and Boss Hogg types into an increasingly ­dystopian, gas-rationed future. Dressed in triple red with every option, including fuel injection, automatic high-beams, power everything, […]
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