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Audi has announced pricing for its updated Q3 crossover. Along with its new base price of $34,625, the pint-sized SUV is now available with more standard features and a number of cosmetic enhancements to keep it fresh against the likes of the BMW X1, Mercedes-Benz GLA, and the growing competition in this burgeoning category.
Mitsubishi has just announced that it will stop producing cars at its Normal, Illinois plant, effectively ending all of its production in the U.S.
While the first-generation BMW X1 was a timely product that capitalized on the growing demand for smaller, more efficient vehicles, it still had a lot of growing up to do.
The subcompact crossover segment is heating up with new additions like the Honda HR-V and the Fiat 500X, not to mention one intriguing entry from Mazda.
Unlike other premium European brands, Volvo doesn’t come mind when it comes to racing or performance cars.
Toyota will start taking orders for its all-new 2016 Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle this week. The automaker will also begin holding a variety of test-drive events to introduce to the vehicle to potential buyers in California.
First revealed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the all-new 2016 Hyundai Tucson is set to offer greater style, more standard and available content, and a roomier cabin than before, all while keeping the model’s penchant for value.
Lexus has done a solid job changing its brand and image to complete with the likes of Infiniti, BMW, and Audi.
“Robby” is the name of Audi’s latest creation. Sure, the car’s name may be unusual, but that’s because this isn’t your average German sedan.
In the luxury vehicle market, advanced technology is a core feature that buyers are clamoring for. But while many consumers like feature-laden infotainment systems, many human-machine interfaces are lacking when it comes to innovation, intuitiveness, and ease-of-use.
Lightweight, nimble, and affordable. It’s a simple formula that has helped the Mazda Miata become one of the most beloved roadsters of all time.
In 2011, Nissan created a ridiculous yet completely captivating crossover when it took the otherwise demure Juke compact crossover and dropped in the GT-R’s potent powertrain.
At first glance, the 2016 Audi A4 may look very much like its predecessor. But make no mistake, it’s all-new and it’s spectacular.
Mercedes-Benz recently previewed its all-new GLC, the highly anticipated replacement for the outgoing GLK-Class.
Lotus hasn’t been selling too many cars in the U.S. in recent years. So perhaps it wasn’t really noticed that for the 2015 model year, the British sports car maker didn’t sell its stunning Evora S here.
Meet BMW’s latest concept—a car specially designed for the prestigious Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este.
Nissan has completed a series of tests of its GT-R LM NISMO — an all-new racer designed to take on the world’s best drivers and racing machines at Le Mans next month.
Mazda’s latest-generation MX-5 appears to be a hit with long-time fans of the Miata. Continuing the car’s winning formula over the years — low weight, reasonable price tag, excellent driving dynamics — the new 2016 MX-5 looks to be perfectly engineered for driving enthusiasts.
The Porsche 911 is a natural performer on any track in the world. But the German automaker’s ultimate racer, the GT3, is on a a completely different level, delivering truly otherworldly performance.
Pricing has become available for the third-generation Audi TT and its higher-performance variant, the TTS.