Late last year, the Scion team of Toyota Motor Sales launched two new models for the 2016 model year. One represented the first sedan model for the Scion brand – the Scion iA, a compact four-door, five-passenger sedan. The other was the Scion iM – a stylish 5-door hatchback with
The Chevrolet Cruze is a global model for GM and sold in over 100 countries. All-new for 2016, the second generation Cruze is designed to be more fuel efficient, more aerodynamic, and offer a competitive list of features on par or better than its competition. Stretched three inches longer than
The EPA has released its fuel economy ratings for the all-new 2016 Chevy Cruze. The car is reported to achieve up to 42 mpg on the highway and 30 mpg in the city, depending on transmission and trim level. The 30/42 figure is for cars equipped with automatic transmissions in LS and LT
The news broke last week that FCA has plans to nix the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Dart. It was not a complete surprise as neither vehicle managed to become a sales success in the hyper-competitive segments in which they compete. Current YTD sales for the Dodge Dart, for example, are down 33%
The subcompact car sales race has been dominated by two vehicles for a while, so it's fitting that once again the Nissan Versa and Kia Soul are far ahead of the others in March sales.
The Versa ran away from the Soul in March, beating the funky hatchback by more than
The Ford Focus underwent a mid-cycle refresh for 2015 and received a series of noteworthy updates that make the refreshed compact sedan and hatchback even more appealing. Turning the spotlight onto the 5-door hatchback model, here are the ten best things to like about the 2016 Ford Focus, excluding the
The Toyota Corolla has been around now for 50 years. Over that time, 43 million have been sold throughout the world. Almost everyone knows of someone who owned a Corolla, or even owned one themselves, and has some kind of Corolla story.
As we travel down this photo timeline of the
Ever since it first went on sale in Japan in November of 1966, Toyota had lofty aspirations for the Corolla. Monthly production figures were set at 30,000... an optimistic number at a time when the company's total monthly vehicle production was 50,000. Within four years, annual output of the Corolla was