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2017 Honda Civic Type R Debuts

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 ambitious Read more...

Hyundai RN30 Concept previews upcoming high-performance model line

Inspired by racing and ready to roll into showrooms within the next year in some world markets, the first of Hyundai’s new family of high-performance N models makes its global debut in Paris. Based on a 3-door hatch version of the next-gen i30 also being unveiled in the City of Lights, the RN30 Concept shares the platform basics of the compact i30 line but Read more...

As promised, the upgraded 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo has now officially gone on sale in the U.S. where it will command a stout $176,500 – $54,000 more than the 2017 GT-R Premium model already in showrooms. To be offered in very limited numbers, the new GT-R Nismo shares the same basic cosmetic, structural and comfort/convenience enhancements as the Premium, Read more...

In addition to incentives already showing up on 2017 models, manufacturers are looking at holding the line on model changeover pricing, limiting increases to only a percent or two on average, or in some cases holding the line or dropping prices and adding features. So far, analysts at Kelley Blue Book have seen only an average 1.1-percent increase in Read more...

The Smart ForTwo may be the most likeable, charming sub-subcompact car that most people won't buy. After all, it only has two seats, it doesn’t have the best fuel economy in the segment, and it doesn’t offer the same amount of cargo space that a hatchback would. But drive a ForTwo Cabrio in its natural habitat -- say, a congested city -- and put the top Read more...

The Chevrolet Camaro now transcents its musclecar roots, becoming something altogether new: a sports coupe so sophisticated you'd think it was born in Europe. KBB's Zach Vlasuk reviews this rival to the Ford Mustang to find out what makes the 2017 Camaro special.   Read more...