The Kia Sedona, Kia K900, and Kia Soul are among the models getting a “day at the races” makeover for SEMA 2014.
My wife’s pretty interested in making a Jeep Renegade her next car. Good thing she’s not interested in surfing or snowboarding, else she’d want one of these.
It’s still weird to hear the words “Mopar” and “Fiat” in the same breath, but with the custom Fiat 500 Abarth and Fiat 500L coming to SEMA, that may change.
The owner of a tastefully modded ’68 Chevy Camaro earned second place in the Classics class at the 2014 Penn State THON Car Show, and boy was it sweet.
So you’re interested in checking out the other half of Josh’s sweet Chrysler 300 we showed you a few days ago? Buckle up for a performance-and-sound review!
I like the Mazda CX-5 as well as the anyone, but I tend to like smaller vehicles. So I’m pumped to learn the compact Mazda CX-3 will debut at LA Auto Show.
The McLaren 650S pulls away faster than Obama when the press corps asks about Ebola containment. It’s fast, okay?
The Dodge Dart has struggled to attain the relevance of its spiritual predecessor, the Neon. Part of that has to do with the perception that the Dart is too ponderous and slow relative to its compact competition from Ford and Chevrolet. This year at SEMA, Mopar will have something to say about that.
Cabbies in NYC may now continue their challenge in court saying the city can’t require all future taxis to be based on the Nissan NV200 “Taxi of Tomorrow.”
If the Lexani Cadillac Escalade ESV wasn’t ballin’ enough for you, have a look at the Lexani Motorcars Andalucia — basically, it’s the uber Sprinter.
I think you can forget how comfy full-size is until you get back into full-size — something I got to do with the 2015 Chevrolet Impala.
Forget the whole aluminum-versus-steel debate. The 2015 Ford F-150′s BoxLink cargo management system is a serious one-up in the full-size truck wars.