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This Week in Car Buying: Price wars loom

As it becomes more apparent that sales have peaked, the auto industry is facing the possibility of an all-out price war if it doesn’t trim output to match demand. Finding this new equilibrium means that hot models will continue to sell, slower moving units will see higher incentives, curtailed production schedules or may even be dropped from lineups. Smart Read more...

2017 Infiniti Q60: Video Review and Road Test

Luxury sport coupes never seem to go out of style and Infiniti has doubled down on its bet in this segment by giving the 2017 Infiniti Q60 edgy styling, more power and improved handling to take on the likes of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe and BMW M4. Zach Vlasuk takes the Q60 through its paces in this Video Review and Road Test.   Read more...

Production has begun in for the new 2017 Mazda MX-5 RF model, with the first of these Retractable Fastbacks rolling off the line at the automaker’s Ujina assembly plant in Hiroshima, Japan. While North American deliveries of the new MX-5 RF won’t begin until early 2017, Mazda opened the order books for this new version of its iconic 2-seater and announced Read more...

Because everyone loves a good bit of cognitive dissonance, we're tackling two updated vehicles that cater to entirely different markets. On one hand we have the 2017 Toyota 86 sports car -- previously known as the Scion FR-S -- with its revised exterior and interior styling, additional power, and a smidgen more refinement inside. On the opposite end is the Read more...

Honda is offering a revised powertrain for the 2017 Civic Coupe and Sedan that promises to add enthusiast appeal to these mainstays of the lineup. Introduced in mid-line EX-T trims and rolling into showrooms now, the 2-door and 4-door Hondas offer the a 174-horse/1.5-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder with a 6-speed manual transmission -- the same engine/gearbox Read more...

Following up on the launch of the Civic hatchback, the Japanese automaker announced at the Paris Motor Show that it will offer a high performance Type R version of the compact for the first time in the U.S. The track-inspired 5-door high performance hatchback will be showcased at the 2016 SEMA show in Las Vegas this November. “We promised the most Read more...