By Tim Charlet on October 19, 2018
Over the years, consumers have been driven to Acura models mainly due to their aggressive stance and swoopy features. Affordability and value have not typically been consumer attributes associated with Acura – until now? While the 2019 Acura ILX is packed with more features, what has shocked the automotive industry is that they’ve actually lowered the cost – by a bunch.
By Tony Franklin on October 11, 2018
iSeeCars.com commissioned a recent study for the used car industry in an attempt to find the best deals on used cars in the market. It also specifically measured the fastest and slowest-selling vehicles out there today. The study sample was a pool of about four million used cars that were one to three years old, which had been sold in the first half of 2018.
By Tim Charlet on October 10, 2018
Suzuki’s aren’t really known for their extensive range – but the new is trying to chop down this stereotype. The new 2018 Suzuki Jimny is not your average, everyday SUV. In fact, it’s off-road capacity is mountain goat like.
By Tim Charlet on October 9, 2018
The highly anticipated Audi e-Tron is preparing to go full throttle into production, according to a recently published article. According to managing director Patrick Danau of Audi Brussels, the new Audi EV is expected to reach full production capacity in early September, which is expected to eclipse 20,000 units annually.
By Tim Charlet on October 9, 2018
The lean and mean just got leaner and meaner. The popular McLaren 720S supercar introduced a new package to automotive journalists that singles out the owners who want to hit the track. The new package, referred to as the Track Pack sheds an estimated 53 pounds from the McLaren 720S, and adds advanced engineering that should improve on-track performance.
By Tim Charlet on October 4, 2018
A slow-selling used car is a dealerships worst nightmare. While there are some that naturally don't sell well (either due to design, price, or poor marketing) - some are just sales clunkers. Although used car sales have slightly increased in recent years, there are several makes and models that are simply having difficulty leaving the comfort of their dealership homes – and on MotorCar.com.
By Tim Charlet on October 2, 2018
Volkswagen has seen enough emissions problems to last three lifecycles. The highly anticipated Volkswagen Arteon has been delayed for its launch in the United States, with many automotive enthusiasts questioning why.
By Tim Charlet on October 1, 2018
Europe’s largest automaker has a new electric toy being strutted down the automotive new vehicle circuit. Recently debuted during the IAA Commercial Vehicles show in Hannover, the Volkswagen I.D. Buzz Cargo is the latest Modular Electric Drive Kit vehicle to come from the creative geniuses in Wolfsburg.
By Tim Charlet on September 28, 2018
There is something to be said about paying tribute to the past – especially in the automotive landscape. A new retro-inspired Peugeot concept car is paying homage to the classic coupe design that made the French automaker famous in the mid-1960’s. Debuting next month at the 2018 Paris Auto Show, the Peugeot e-Legend is a modern take on the classic 504-style Coupe of the legendary Pininfaria.
By Tim Charlet on September 27, 2018
Volvo’s performance sub-brand Polestar is preparing to launch a new car-buying platform that will change the way niche-based vehicles can be purchased. The new direct to consumer sales platform is intended to customize and simplify the process of configuring, ordering, and purchase a new performance vehicle, such as the Polestar 1 – a 600-horsepower hybrid coupe.