Lincoln offered four designer editions of the 1977 Mark V.
I would argue that the low-point in automotive designer licensing/co-branding came in 1993, when Mercury rolled out its Nissan-built Villager minivan complete with a line-topping Nautica Special Edition. Read more...
The freshened 2015 Toyota Yaris starts at $15,670 (including destination) with a 5-speed manual transmission, but tested was a top-line SE with optional 4-speed automatic and navigation system that tipped the price scale at $19,524.
2015 Toyota Yaris SE Hatchback
Class: Subcompact Car
Miles Driven: 777
Fuel Used: 22.3 gallons Read more...
Subaru’s redesigned 2015 Outback all-wheel-drive wagon starts as low as $25,745 including destination, but the tested 2.5i Limited started at $31,145, ending up at $34,207 with several optional safety, comfort, and infotainment features.
2015 Subaru Outback 2.5i Limited
Class: Midsize Car
Miles Driven: 276
Fuel Used: 12.3 gallons Read more...
The short-lived Chrysler Aspen played host to the even shorter-lived Aspen Hybrid.
Of the more than 16 million light vehicles sold in the U.S. last year, a little more than 450,000 were equipped with hybrid powertrains, which equates to about three percent. That’s up from .06 percent in 2000, the first year more than two hybrid vehicles were available at the same time. Read more...