There’s been a lot of news this week what with the New York Auto Show and whatnot. We covered what we thought our readers would be most interested in, but we get it if you missed a post or two. Luckily for you, your busy life doesn’t have to keep you from the good bits of news out there. We’ve rounded up all of our news stories from this week into one short, digestible article. You can read more on each topic by clicking on the links provided below.
What the Hell Will VW Do With All These
The specter of VW’s Dieselgate scandal still looms. While the company seems to have cleaned up its act and is now going through a process that we imagine is the corporate equivalent to a colonoscopy, it now has to find a way to do something with the several hundred thousand cars that it bought back from its customers.
Could the Next Buick Regal GS Get V6 Power?
Although it’s technically still just a rumor, someone messed up on Buick Canada’s website and let slip some information about a 3.6-liter V6 engine that could (and likely will at some point) be offered in the Regal GS. Be happy about this. We need a Buick sleeper sedan in our lives. Who doesn’t?
The Nissan Rogue Dethrones the Toyota Camry for Best-Selling Car in America
The sales king is dead. Long live the king. Well, okay not dead, but slightly diminished. The Camry is no longer the best-selling car in America. That designation belongs to the Nissan Rogue now. This may be the moment where we’ve hit peak crossover craze. But, who knows, this trend could carry on for years to come. We kind of hope not.
The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is Straight From Hell
It’s got 840 horsepower, bro. That’s what most people will tell you about the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, but that is just one of the amazing stats of this complex and focused hot rod dragstrip monster. Dodge set out to build a car that gobbles up quarter miles, and the Demon definitely delivers, with a 9.65 quarter mile time.
The New 2018 Lincoln Navigator is Baby Blue and Awesome
Lincoln's new big Navigator is finally here. It's attractive, large, and gloriously luxurious. If you need three rows, high levels of comfort, and the ability to tow a big ass boat, look no further. Your Lincoln has arrived. Ford showed off a beautiful blue version of the big SUV, and we fell right in love with most of it.