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Tuned for performance and often boasting premium badges, coupes are the sporty playthings of the fast moving. Coupes are sleeker and often smaller than their 4-door brothers, but their streamlined size still delivers the high-performance experience you crave. And a used coupe offers all the appeal at a more desirable price. See if you can find a new or used coupe that has the price and performance you’re looking for.



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Latest Coupe News

Scions to become Toyotas

After a 13-year run, the Scion brand will shut down and some of its product portfolio absorbed into its parent Toyota division. The transition is set to take place this August when the rebranded 2017 Toyota iA Sedan, iM 5-door Hatch and sporty FR-S models arrive in showrooms. At that time, the Scion tC Coupe will disappear following a final Release Edition. Read more...


Pininfarina Concept teased

Here’s an early glimpse of an all-new design exercise from Pininfarina set to debut at the Geneva Auto Show in March. Although providing no details about the first vehicle it has penned since being rescued from ongoing financial woes by India’s Mahindra, Pininfarina does refer to the as-yet-unnamed concept as being “an innovative, stylistic and Read more...


Megadealer and Hendrick Motorsports owner Rick Hendrick topped the bidding war for the first production-model 2017 Acura NSX with a $1.2 million offer at the annual Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. That stratospheric figure -- nearly 10 times the base price of Acura’s new supercar -- established a new record for any VIN 001 vehicle and earned Read more...


Starting today, visitors to www.acura.com and the Acura social media channels can preview a 30-second TV spot the automaker will use to help launch its new 2017 NSX during the first quarter of the Super Bowl 50 broadcast on February 7th. While the intro ad -- which features Van Halen’s classic “Runnin’ with the Devil” as its musical backdrop -- offers a Read more...


When you have to choose between a car's trim levels, the typical differences are the amount of goodies that come standard. Go up the line, get more goodies. So when an automaker does something different -- and fun -- with its trim levels, it's worth a closer look. Volkswagen's 2016 Beetle Dune is one such example. Its unique look sets it off from the rest Read more...


Bolstering the dynamic character as well as the curb appeal of the 2016 BMW M3 and M4 models, the automaker introduced Competition Packages for these hot compact coupes and sedans. Available for all versions of the cars starting this spring, the go-faster/corner-better upgrade start with a modest tweak to the engine control computer that bumps output of the Read more...



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