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Jaguar F-Type

Jaguar has made it pretty clear that it’s still committed to sports cars, despite its move into SUVs and entry-level sedans. We’ve heard Jaguar is eyeing a 2+2 sports car, and a new report seems to have more information. According to CAR Magazine, Jaguar will replace the two-seat F-Type with a 2+2 equipped with BMW’s …

Kia Niro EV

The Kia Niro family of eco-friendly vehicles will soon be complete with the arrival of the electric version to complement the existing hybrid and plug-in hybrid models. Previewed by a concept car a few months ago, the Niro EV appears to be making a quick transition to the showroom floor, and it will go on …

2019 BMW 3

Once the standard bearer in its segment, the BMW 3 Series has lost its way in recent years. Lackluster acceleration, uninspired handling, and a dated interior have relegated the 3 Series to the middle of the pack. Now, the automaker is introducing the seventh generation, and it has the potential to put the popular model back …

2019 BMW 3

The BMW 3 Series debuted more than 40 years ago. Although we spent some time in the new G20 generation 330i earlier this year, it was not until this week’s Paris Motor Show that we got the full lowdown on the 2019 model. After months of teasers, spy shots and camouflaged prototypes, we also have …

2019 Ford Expedition

At the State Fair of Texas, Ford debuted four special edition SUVs it will bring to market later this year. The 2019 Ford Expedition gains a Stealth Edition and a Texas Edition, while the Explorer receives a Limited Luxury Edition and a Desert Copper Edition. Oddly enough, the Expedition Stealth Edition may stand out the …

2019 Nissan Altima

You keep hearing that America’s insatiable appetite for crossovers is putting sedans on the endangered species list, but Americans still buy 6 million cars a year, a third being mid-sizers. Furthermore, Nissan’s internal research says 30 percent of millennials and 44 percent of Gen Z buyers actually prefer sedans. That is, in front-wheel-drive configuration — …

2019 Chevy Volt

Electric cars operating in serene silence is one of their biggest upsides. It also happens to be a problem, one Chevrolet thinks it has the answer for with the 2019 Volt. The reduced sound of electric motors whirring instead of a gasoline engine banging away means that they’re less noticeable by sound on the road. …

2019 Mercedes-Benz A

Mercedes-Benz has repeatedly had to relearn a simple lesson: An air of European sophistication doesn’t make a car sold overseas play in America. The circa 2001 C-Class hatchback was a poor fit, but the GLA and CLA have since then come closer to the right formula for both sides of the Atlantic. The new A-Class, …

2020 Bmw 8

One of our spy photographers caught the upcoming 2020 BMW 8 Series out testing with nearly no camouflage covering it. The resulting photos give us our best look yet at the flagship convertible. While it does pretty much look like an 8 Series coupe with a retractable roof, there are a couple of very subtle …

2019 Volvo XC60

The Volvo XC60 is one of the best-looking crossovers in this class. Inside and out, it exudes a premium feel that’s also slightly quirky. From the tiny Swedish flags fluttering from the seats to the Thor’s Hammer headlights, Volvo puts a lot of attention to detail in the design, and it’s rewarding for customers. The …