If you think of Volvo as autodom’s safe but slightly stodgy Swede, think again; the company’s new XC40 compact crossover just might be enough to alter your perception.
“… Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.”
The words to that famous song seem to be the backdrop for the 2018 Chicago Auto Show, and if the forecasted 20 inches of the white stuff materializes, Nissan is ready.
Is it a car or is it a motorcycle? Because it has three wheels, it’s legally the latter. But a new version of the sporty Slingshot introduced at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show aims at leaning it a little closer to the former.
In celebration of the company’s 50th Anniversary of selling cars in the U.S., Subaru announced special commemorative editions of each of its vehicles at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
Ford unveiled an updated Transit Connect minivan with freshened face and new features at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
Fiat announced at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show that gas-powered 2018 editions of its little 500 would all sport turbocharged engines.
Toyota ups its TRD Pro off-road ante at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show with upgraded versions of its 4Runner SUV and Tacoma and Tundra pickups.
With the automotive market making a tsunami-like shift to SUVs, Jeep has found itself in an enviable position.
As the first mass-market electric car to be sold by a major manufacturer, the original Nissan Leaf was a landmark vehicle. And it only gets better with its 2018 redesign.
You just can’t bear the thought.
Whether you’re right out of college, replacing a car that’s given up the ghost, or adding a needed vehicle to your existing fleet, “Go with the flow” has never been your automotive mantra.
Of course, many cars are popular because they’re really good cars. “Really good,” that is, for everyone else.