Saturday, September 30, 2023
The brand’s compact car is fully redesigned. A couple of things are gone, but many more have arrived.
Design and paint treatments pay homage to the original Bronco introduced in 1966.
Hyundai has taken the occasion of the mid-size Santa Fe’s fifth-generation of production to radically transform the mid-size SUV.
The new compact SUV advances the luxury brand’s goal of a fully electric lineup.
The pickup introduces the first-ever Trail Boss trim that delivers enhanced off-road performance.
It’s a plug-in hybrid with 445-horsepower combined output and a 58 MPGe fuel economy rating.
It’s equipped, better than ever, to conquer daily adventures.
A hybrid powertrain as standard equipment for every model makes this minivan a standout.
This vehicle represents the first all-electric EQ built in the United States.
The time-honored sporty compact hatchback makes driving devotees happy.
EQE 500 glides down the highway with a comfort air suspension and adaptive damping.
The compact SUV’s original boxy and rugged appearance has mellowed over time.
This mid-sided hybrid balances sustainability and performance.
Introduced in 1958 and discontinued in America in 1972, Toyota’s Crown is back!
The turbo-diesel V8 is up to 470 hp and the gas engine now comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
The three-row midsize SUV has been freshened inside and out for the current model year.
Now in its seventh-generation, the venerable 7-Series continues to lead the way in driving satisfaction.
A more rugged look adds appeal but family-friendliness is still intact.
The compact SUV offering three-row seating is also generous with the cargo space it provides.
The sports coupe’s hybrid powertrain provides 354 horsepower with a hushed ride and plush cabin.