If all you need is a roomy back seat and a low sticker price, there are lots of appliances competing for your checkbook. The 2014 Mazda3 is something more.
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The 11th generation Toyota Corolla remains true to its mission of affordable and reliable transportation. It gets a dash more emotion but its reputation remains its best sales pitch.
While I’ve never seen a hamster actually drive one, they should know there’s an all-new Kia Soul.
For years Fiat dealers have had just the 500 to sell. Now they have a new larger model that should appeal to families- the 500L. Not a lot of creativity in the name, huh?
The new 2014 Subaru Forester XT is bigger, more comfortable and more fuel efficient. Can it still hit the trails? We take it to DirtFish rally school to find out.
Think Hyundai just slapped a GT badge and sporty trim on the Elantra sedan and called it good? Think again.
Hybrid shoppers that can get past Toyota’s marketing juggernaut will find C-Max offers an upgraded experience nearly across the board.
The bow tie brand delivers the next big thing in small.
Need all-wheel drive, 8.7 inches of ground clearance, and a roof rack to stash all your adventure toys? Subaru gives you all that and more on every 2013 XV Crosstrek.
XTS is the largest sedan Cadillac makes so many assume it’s positioned against flagships like the BMW 7 Series, Mercedes-Benz S Class, and Lexus LS. Hmmm…
Honda began selling the Civic in 1973 with the ad slogan “It will get you where you’re going”. The 2012 Civic Si Coupe will do the same thing, only much more rapidly.
Scion has done “sporty” cars before, now they do a true sports car. Toyota might not be known for their performance chops, but the 2013 FR-S has the potential to become an instant classic.