Now that America has the fifth-generation 3-series, BMW announced that the sport wagon version will be available next year. No word yet on what powertrain options will be available in the wagon — most likely the same ones offered in the sedan: a 240 hp turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder or a 300 hp turbocharged 3.0… »
In honor of Isuzu's decision to abandon the North American market, we wanted to remember the good times. Or well, the times when they sold cars here — like the Isuzu Impulse Turbo. Hmm, well, maybe we guess that was more like remembering times that were "different" and maybe not so much "good." Whatever. Joe Isuzu was good … »
Reuters is reporting Isuzu, unlike Jake Gyllenhaal, no longer wishes it knew how to quit North American SUV sales. Here's their report: »My only question is — what's going to happen to that dealer network? Can someone say Changfeng? What's that you say — the Heath Ledger joke isn't funny? What, too soon?
Treehugger is so pleased Japanese carmakers have decided to ship some of their smallest specimens to North America — and, in some cases, all the way to the US — that they've devoted column inches to examining some of the models on the way, like the Toyota Yaris and Honda Fit (both of which are bound for the states).… »