Having a hard time choosing a mid-sized sedan? Your decision just got tougher.
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Every year since 1994, the journalists of the Northwest Auto Press Association have gathered the year’s newest utes and crossovers to determine the best SUV of the year. How does your favorite rig come out in this year’s tough competition? Time to dish the, uh, dirt.
Used to be the no-brainer choices in the compact car world were Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic and Mazda3. Then Ford and Chevy got on their A game with Focus and Cruze. And now there’s Hyundai Elantra. And it’s very, very good.
Americans have never embraced small cars. That’s beginning to change as fuel prices raise, the economy tanks and the vehicles get more comfortable. Will the 2012 Kia Rio be able to snag buyers away from Fiesta, Yaris, Fit, Accent and Sonic?
Like your transportation beige, bland and boring? Move along then. Hyundai Veloster is not your ride.
Bold design, a 10-year powertrain warrantee and unexpected features combined with value price is tough to beat. However, more power is always appealing.
Generation number nine gets something it’s never really had before- Strong competition.
You don’t have to be a brain surgeon to understand what car iQ is gunning for. This “smart” idea is the next big thing to happen to small.
Some people can’t or just won’t buy a fancy car. All they’re looking for is the luxury of basic transportation. If that describes you, Versa might be your ride. With its spacious interior it might just be the new space shuttle.
A Right-Sized Grocery Getter With a New Wave Attitude.
Toyota’s Prius V is a bigger station wagon edition of everyone’s favorite planet saver. V stands for versatile, not v-rroom.
Odyssey Gets Struck By A Lightning Bolt