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Ford has decided to kill the C-Max in 2018. This is a shame. It's not a bad car, it's just not as efficient as some other hybrids on the road. You should be able to get a good deal on one.
We aren't scared to state that we aren't thrilled with most crossovers, but that doesn't mean we think you shouldn't buy one. For the right person, they make sense.
Tesla's woes continue, specifically with their embattled Model 3 and generally with their overall reputation, despite how much they're still lauded for innovation.
The Subaru BRZ is fun and relatively affordable, but does it ever really make sense? We take a close look at this little car and determine whether it's worth buying.
Car dealerships have long processes for making a purchase. Most consumers don't like this, and many of them want to eliminate the steps that go along with the car-buying process.
Crossovers are certainly taking over, and as they do, automakers are quickly killing off sedan models. The latest the be slated for death are the Ford Fiesta and Taurus.
Subaru has a new 2019 Forester. The vehicle doesn't exactly get our blood pumping, but we have no doubt that Subaru will sell thousands of these things.
There's a crop of crossovers that look like they belong to in the circus. This would be excusable if they were good vehicles, but they're not that great, and they should be killed off.
Kia redesigned the Rio for the 2018 model year, and the car is better than ever. We drove the EX trim level of the Rio 5-Door, and we found it to be a true delight for the money.
With coupes quickly dying off, we fondly remember the Honda Prelude. It's a sporty front-wheel-drive coupe we'd love to drive and own. Here's why we miss it.
Unfortunately, rumors of the Lincoln Continental's life ending after its current generation are swirling. As good as it is, we're not surprised. It simply can't beat the competition and doesn't sell.
We've driven a ton of cars and tested infotainment systems from almost all mainstream carmakers, and it seems that the Koreans make the best ones.
The original Lotus Esprit made its debut at the 1975 Paris Motor Show, thrilling all who saw it. By the 1980s, Lotus had a turbocharged model, solidifying the Esprit's place among the supercar crowd.
If your eyes were set on a large, body-on-frame luxury SUV like the Infiniti QX80, but your bank account can't handle the purchase, consider going with the Nissan Armada instead.
We generally know what our automotive needs are, but then there are cars that we just pine for as we damn all the pragmatic reasons why we shouldn't touch them with a ten-foot pole.