Mitsubishi is still hanging on the fiercely competitive U.S. market. Their bid to return to profitability has seen the company shift away from less-profitable sedans toward crossovers. To that end, they've eliminated once-popular vehicles from their inventory, such as the Lancer. Instead, they're focusing on maintaining a competitive position with
The Volkswagen Tiguan made its debut as a 2009 model and was the German automaker’s first compact crossover. The initial impression of the Tiguan was that it represented a blending of attributes present in VW’s GTI or Jetta and their larger Touareg SUV. For those inquiring about where the name originated, we were
Chinese auto manufacturer GAC Group planning 2019 entry into U.S. market GAC Group is back at this year's North American International Auto Show. The Guangzhou Automobile Company (GAC Motor) introduced a sedan and electric SUV concept in hopes of wooing American automotive press. The Chinese auto conglomerate wants to enter the U.S.
The all-new 2019 Jeep Cherokee bows in at this year's Detroit Auto Show, sporting a much less controversial face There's a lot going on with the (more-than-refreshed) 2019 Jeep Cherokee. While the current model is a big seller for FCA/Jeep, quite a few complained about its unorthodox styling. Still, few argued
Meet the new Nissan Xmotion Concept. That's "Cross" motion to you. [Animation Credit: Nissan] Oh look, it's another crossover! Nissan's been known to produce some visually striking concepts in recent years, and 2018 is no exception. The company rolled out their latest offering at this year's North American International Auto Show.