Archive for January, 2016
The 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit marked the North American debut of the 2017 Audi A4 sedan and the world debut of its SUV-flavored station-wagon variant: the A4 allroad quattro wagon.
The redesigned 2017 Volvo S90 full-size luxury sedan made its public debut today at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit marked the public debut of the hatchback version of Chevrolet’s redesigned Cruze compact car.
After its debut at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Chevrolet again rolled out the 2017 Bolt EV hatchback wagon—the brand’s first mass-market pure-electric car—at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Strangely, Chrysler is abandoning the long-running Town & Country name for its minivan’s redesigned replacement due in late spring as a 2017 model. Instead, the company is going with “Pacifica” … odd, because the last vehicle to bear that badge – a sport-luxury 3-row crossover sold from 2004 to 2008 – was not exactly a resounding success.
On the eve of the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Buick unveiled a low-slung concept car that suggests a renewed focus on performance in future production models. The Buick Avista Concept is a rear-wheel-drive 2+2 hardtop coupe that wears Buick’s typically elegant styling cues over some fairly aggressive long-hood/short-deck proportions.
On the eve of the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Mercedes-Benz introduced the redesigned version of its popular E-Class sedan. Mercedes was light on technical specifics, but shared details of the new car’s autonomous capabilities.
Class: Midsize Car
Dates tested: 12/28/2015 – 1/04/2016
Miles Driven: 165
Fuel Used: 7.3 gallons
Chicago radio legends Steve and Johnnie take the 2016 Kia Sorento for a video test drive. What did they think of their test vehicle? Watch and find out.
It’s hard to shake a nickname. Assuming the tag is catchy enough, it may stick forever—especially if it’s in some way descriptive. Some 500 years on, about as many people refer to Shakespeare by name as the do The Bard. And I’m pretty sure we all know who Ol’ Blue Eyes is.