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2017 Kia Cadenza Limited Long-Term Introduction

It’s no secret that crossover SUVs are gaining popularity at the expense of traditional 4-door sedans, but if the 2017 Kia Cadenza that was recently added to the Kelley Blue Book long-term fleet is any indication, there’s still plenty of life left in the concept of a family-sized sedan. Our Snow White Pearl Cadenza already has proved itself to be good Read more...

2017 Genesis G80 Buyer's Guide

Once known as the Hyundai Genesis, the Genesis G80 is now part of a full luxury line Just as Toyota did with Lexus, Hyundai has developed its own upscale brand: Genesis. The midsize G80 is one of two cars to go on sale with the new nameplate, with more models to follow. The G80 is essentially the same car known until last year as the Hyundai Genesis, and Read more...

As 2017 gets underway, car buyers will be seeing fewer large scale sales events and more selective incentives as manufacturers look to balance inventories by strategically placing spiffs on slower selling products. A case in point is Toyota’s $4,000 rebate on 2016 Avalon models, a reaction no doubt to sluggish sales of the sedan, which dropped 20 percent Read more...

Those who found themselves wanting more than what was on offer in the Dodge SRT Hellcat models will have their wishes come true this April. The automaker has just announced it will reveal a more potent follow-on, the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, at the New York Auto Show. Beyond showing off this super coupe’s logo, Dodge released few details the car Read more...

It’s no secret that sedan sales have suffered at the hands of more popular crossover SUVs. Still, Toyota managed to crank out nearly 400,000 Camrys during 2016, which saw record industry sales. And while consumer preferences seem to be straying from the traditional 4-door family car, Toyota is making a big bet that the redesigned 2018 Camry could be just Read more...

The Nissan Vmotion 2.0 concept is not the next Altima. However, it is a highly stylized and strikingly handsome hint of what we could see in a future midsize sedan from Nissan. Along with styling elements ranging from easily doable to a little silly, the Vmotion 2.0 showcases future technology for Nissan, with autonomous driving, a "glass cockpit" Read more...