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2017 Mercedes-Benz GLC Buyer's Guide

The big new thing in small luxury SUVs When the all-new GLC replaced the GLK-Class last year, it brought with it an extensive list of improvements. The GLC is a bit larger outside, measurably roomier inside, and infinitely more appealing on just about every level. The look is attractive and substantial, the interior is gorgeous, and the driving experience Read more...

Honda WR-V Concept teased – will be focused on South American market

Previewing a future production model that will be built in Brazil and initially sold in South America, the Honda WR-V is set for a full reveal next month at the Sao Paolo International Motor Show. According to Honda, the WR-V tag stands for “Winsome Runabout Vehicle,” and this Fit-scaled crossover was styled to reflect a “tough and urban” design aimed at Read more...

Extensively freshened just two years ago, Honda’s CR-V will roll into showrooms late this year as an all-new vehicle for the 2017 model year.  One of America’s bestsellers since its introduction as a 1998 model, the fifth generation CR-V represents a comprehensive redesign that can be summarized with one word: more. More power, room and features. Like Read more...

#1 of 13 in Compact SUV Sales  |  Next Starting Price: $25,850 | Build Above Average: Interior room, ride comfort, reliability, resale value Below Average: Handling and performance Consensus: This best-seller is comfortable and spacious, with excellent resale value and a strong reputation for reliability. The original Read more...

New car sales cooled ever so slightly in September, just 0.7-percent overall, as General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles all posted declines. In contrast to the Detroit automakers results, Nissan and Toyota saw gains, turning around earlier August down numbers. Ford had the largest drop, 8.1 percent over a year ago, while both GM and FCA were Read more...

While Kia’s big news in Paris was the introduction of the next-generation 2017 Rio, the automaker also offered an early look at the European version of the 2017 Soul Turbo. The U.S. model is due by the end of the year. While all members of the 2017 Soul lineup are set to receive modest refresh, this new turbocharged version will pack Kia’s potent 201 Read more...