http://www.motortrend.com - Baby CUVs are the hottest-growing vehicle segment these days, and Chevy’s entrant became the third-best seller by claiming 15 percent of this market in 2015, its first full year of sales. At just over 63,000 units, the tooling is hardly worn out, but it’s getting a major makeover this fall for 2017 because the global Trax, in production since April 2013, is due for an upgrade.
http://www.businessinsider.com - Cadillac is GM's luxury brand and has been for over 100 years — and it's undergoing a major reinvention. Sales and marketing operations were moved to New York City in 2014 in order to make Caddy seem hip and fresh and of the global-luxury conversation.
http://driving.ca - Hyundai doesn’t do things by half, does it? Barely present in the eco-car wars just a few years ago, Hyundai can now claim a hydrogen-fueled Tucson and two versions of its hybrid Sonata in its portfolio.
http://www.motortrend.com - If you had $50,000 to burn on a sport sedan, would you opt for an all-wheel-drive compact with a high-strung turbo-four or go for a rear-drive full-size with a burly naturally aspirated V-8? That’s the question that crossed my mind when, by happenstance, Chris Walton’s intro on our new long-term 2016 Audi S3 and Jonny Lieberman’s review of a 2015 Chevrolet SS came across my computer screen on the same day.
http://www.motortrend.com - One story in the Robin Hood legend depicts the green-cloaked archer doing the impossible: splitting arrows in a contest. One arrow finds the perfect center of the bull’s-eye on the target while the second arrow splits the first perfectly in half.
http://www.motorweek.org - Honestly, the Chevrolet Malibu has not traditionally been our best choice among midsize family sedans. More rental car necessity than suburban favorite. But the last gen Malibu took major steps to compete more directly with Camry, Accord and others. Now it appears the all-new 2016 Malibu has turned those steps into leaps. So, let’s see if this Chevy stalwart is finally a true family car contender.
http://www.autocar.co.uk - The Lexus RX receives a turbocharged four-cylinder engine as a cheaper alternative to the hybrid variants. We try it in the UKWe’ve already tested the fourth-generation Lexus RX in popular 450h hybrid guise.
http://driving.ca - Canadians may like their midsize family sedans; they just don’t like them as much as they used to, and certainly not as much as the Americans. There were few bright spots in this segment, which saw 2015 calendar year sales drop by 8.
http://www.kbb.com - Anyone looking for a well-finished, feature-rich convertible that looks sharp, drives well and is attractively priced for the exceptional content level it offers will find the new Cascada well worth consideration.
http://www.leftlanenews.com - After a 25-year hiatus, Buick is back in the convertible game.