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?
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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.
It looks like a regular Focus. Drives much the same too. But the Focus Electric is a silent runner that gets it’s fill-ups from an extension cord. And compared to Nissan’s Leaf it has a distinct advantage, as long as you don’t haul a lot of cargo.
SKYACTIV is Mazda’s new marketing term that describes a whole bunch of techniques and technologies that make their cars cleaner and more fuel-efficient. Don’t worry. They left the fun part of the 3 alone.
Gas is getting expensive which means Americans will start looking at subcompact cars. Fortunately there are a lot of models to choose from these days. Yaris is one of them.
When it comes to electric cars, most people think Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt. Now there’s a plug-in car for budget buyers- the Mitsubishi i. It’s the least expensive electric car you can buy in America, begging the question- Is this a car you can live with?
The c stand for city, but compact and civilized work fine too.
All the money in the world won’t buy you love or happiness, but just a little can get you Soul.
On a sunny day last week I took delivery of a 2012 Subaru Impreza. What happened in the next few days you probably saw on the news.