http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Vauxhall have taken huge strides forward and these have made the new Insignia Grand Sport a Scottish Car of the Year winner. Here, you can find out all about the spec, performance and price of the Design Nav 1.6 (136PS) Turbo D ecoTEC model.
https://www.usatoday.com - For decades now, pickups have been the best-selling vehicles in America, and two of the most popular are the Ford F-150 and the Chevrolet Silverado 1500.
https://www.usatoday.com - The car did most of the driving on a trip from Detroit to New Orlearns.
http://www.latimes.com - Cadillac's CTS-V is a mild-mannered monster, a Clark Kent of a car that transforms from milquetoast sedan to high-horsepower track master. At $85,000, compared to cars with similar characteristics, it's actually a bargain.
https://www.youtube.com - Traverse is a well-executed revision with a superb cabin, extensive safety features, and class topping connectivity. The cabin is quiet, the ride is smooth, and the handling is good for a 3-row crossover. The 2018 Chevy Traverse is available in 6 different trim levels ranging in price from $29,930 for the base L model to $52,050 for the High Country model tested in this video.
https://www.kbb.com - The 2018 Bolt EV features a big 60-kWh battery pack the runs the length of its floor, allowing the Bolt an impressive 238-mile range on a single charge. Seeing as most people only commute between 30 and 50 miles a day, the Bolt could easily replace a gasoline-powered car in all but long-distance driving.
http://www.motortrend.com - If you need a Mercedes S-Class but lust for a sports car, the 2017 Panamera is the Porsche for you. Hunkered low like a 911–even the revised tail end styling lays claim to the 911’s iconic buttocks–the Panamera is a true four-door sports car.
https://blog.caranddriver.com - The Tahoe arrived long before the current crossover craze, and its continued popularity proves that big is still in. But this beefy SUV is more than a blockish brute.
http://www.motortrend.com - SUVs project a different impression about their owners than cars, but what do you do when everyone on your block is saying more or less the same thing? You go Outback.
http://www.motortrend.com - The muscle car concept started out pretty simply: shoehorn the optional big engine from a mainstream full-size sedan into a lighter, smaller intermediate and let the tire-burning hoonanigans begin. Not muscly enough?