At this point I think General Motors has to be trying to just overload us with recall news so we stop caring.
It looks like 2016 will be the last year of the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport; a compact SUV with an aggressive look, nice paddle shifters and wheezy little engine. I’m driving one all week and I actually like it more than I thought I might. Give me some questions so I know what to look for!
I hate to break it to you, but sometimes Miata is not always the answer. However, if you need a crossover to complement your roadster, the all new 2016 Mazda CX-9 will go on sale this Spring with a starting MSRP of $31,520.
There will be a Mazda CX-4, by the look of some spy photos nabbed by a CarScoops reader. Head over there to see the car.
The Cadillac Escalade earned its place as an icon with classic American automotive values: it’s big and sparkly. But it’s also lumbering and inefficient. Can Cadillac distill that swagger into something that gets half-decent gas mileage without boiling off all the mojo? I drove the new 2017 Cadillac XT5 to find out.
Cadillac’s future is riding on the success of the XT5, and we’ll be driving it over the next two days to tell you whether or not that’s a good thing. Get your questions in now so we can poke, prod and ask while we’re in the car!
Boy, there sure are a lot of Ford EcoSports at Ford’s headquarters here in the United States.
[I wonder where the Chevy Equinox Xtreme concept from 2003 is now? Photo Credit: GM]
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has announced that his company will turn the Kicks concept they trotted out at the 2014 São Paulo Motor Show into an actual car. Looks right between a Juke and a Murano with a little dash of “lifted Maxima.”
Today saw two small but stunning developments in the rightful victory of crossovers over cars: Infiniti’s US department killed the Q30 and they folded it into the QX30. This leads to two more interesting outcomes.
For years, America’s strongest brand in China has been Buick. Now, the tide of has turned, and we Americans will be buying Buicks made in China. It all starts with the new Buick Envision crossover.
Mazda finally gave the CX-9, a crossover that I consider to be quite underrated, a long overdue update. Now you have all the style and most of the fun of the CX-5, but with three rows of seats. The biggest criticism, it only has 250 horsepower, really people?
The 2017 Ford Escape has been completely redesigned with new engines and a new look. But the vehicle’s built around driver-aiding technology, and in particular, your phone.
Do you happen to be old and lazy enough to put a sloth to shame? I’m sorry, but the Infiniti Q30 is probably not the luxury car for you. Don’t worry, there’s always Lincoln. But if you’re young and active and looking for something different, Infiniti has a very compelling car for you.
Remember when the long-dead German car company Borgward came back? Yeah, well, as this New York Times profile reiterates today, it’s actually Chinese.
The big news for Infiniti’s 2016 QX50 crossover is an extra four inches of legroom in the back. With rear-wheel drive and terrible fuel economy, but more advertised horsepower than a rival Acura or Lexus. it’s billed as “the driver’s crossover.” In reality though, it’s no poor man’s Porsche Macan.
I’m about to put the Infiniti QX50 medium-sized crossover through the ringer; shuttling my make-believe family, running errands, and navigating the drive-thru. Want to hear about something specific? Let us know!
Here’s the first official naked picture of the 2016 Jaguar F-Pace. Could you possibly imagine a car more completely defined by What’s Hot Right Now?
Hot on the heels of promising Alfa Romeo will get a new sports car, a new pony, a new anything please god help this struggling lineup of dull cars, Fiat Chrysler states that Alfa Romeo will get an SUV in 2016.