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With Toyota's RAV4 expected to seize the brand's sales crown from the Camry this year, the compact crossover is getting a more rugged version that may portend the shape of things to come.
Nine Chevrolet vehicles will get the Redline treatment, featuring black wheels with red hash marks and blacked-out nameplates, Chevy logos and grilles.
Last week's Chicago Auto Show was a reminder that the U.S. love affair with oversized light trucks never really went away and is now stirring with renewed interest.
Hyundai is planning a fresh assault on the hot hatchback market early this summer with two models of the redesigned fourth-generation Elantra GT hatchback.
Toyota unveiled Toyota Racing Development packages for the Tundra full-size pickup and Sequoia large SUV, expanding the models that get TRD treatment as it seeks to better market the trim options.
Nissan's edgy, urban Maxima "Midnight Edition" package last year proved so popular that it has expanded the black-trim accessory package across its line.
The Chicago Auto Show is testing new attendee registration technology to fortify its position as a critical provider of sales leads for dealers and automakers.
Nissan introduced the fifth of its five full-size Titan pickup variations here Thursday, declaring that the brand is now a serious contender in the Detroit-dominated segment.
Hyundai is prepping to sell a freshened Elantra GT starting this summer to capitalize on a growing appetite for hatchbacks in the U.S. and inject some pizazz into its small-car lineup.
Nissan's trial run at an edgy, urban Maxima “Midnight Edition” package last year proved so popular that it has expanded the black-trim accessory package across its line.
Toyota, aiming for a bigger slice of a robust light-truck market, is targeting outdoor and performance enthusiasts with new trims for the Tundra full-size pickup, Sequoia large SUV, and RAV4
Volkswagen is featuring an accessory-laden “Weekender” concept of its new Atlas crossover at the Chicago auto show, with a visual -- if not completely functional -- hat-tip to its pop-up
Ram is unveiling two color-based special editions at the Chicago Auto Show for its pickup lineup.
For consumers torn between an SUV and a muscle car, FCA has a new 475-hp solution. The Dodge Durango SRT, billed as the world's most powerful three-row SUV, joins a hot-rod version of the Jeep Grand
The Chicago Auto Show -- one of the largest in terms of attendance -- has in recent years become a showcase for freshened and special-edition vehicles. Such entries are expected to dominate the
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The Subaru Legacy, one of just three non-luxury midsize sedans to post a gain in U.S. sales last year, is getting a midcycle freshening for the 2018 model year.
Acura's midsize TLX looks to be the next model to get the brand's new face, according to new spy photographs out of California. The 2018 version of the front-wheel-drive sport sedan was caught during
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