What’s in a name? In the case of the 2018 Toyota C-HR, the name is somewhat ambiguous and contradictory. “C-HR” according to the Toyota suits stands for “Coupe-High Rider.” That’s all well and good, but names, even in the form of acronyms should be appropriately descriptive and C-HR’s implied meaning
Buffaloes on the Move
Last week TFL was in Yellowstone National Park testing the new VW Tiguan when we ran into Yellowstone's version of gridlock. Like any traffic situation, the only solution is to chill out and take it all in. Click on the video above to see just how these
It’s true that good, even great things can come in small packages. The Kia Rio for 2018 provides a stellar example. This latest fourth generation Rio is available in the U.S. in two body configurations: the 4-door Kia Rio sedan; and 5-door Kia Rio 5-Door hatchback. There will be three
Hyundai enters its sixth generation of Elantra production this year in a big way, with two new engines, a new platform, new suspension and new styling, with a bold and dynamic design, as well as advanced safety and technology features. Structurally, the new Elantras utilize 53 percent high strength steel –
Not to sound confusing, but the 2017 Toyota Yaris iA is built by Mazda and is based on the new Mazda 2, which isn’t sold in America. Also, this Toyota is really last year’s iA model from Toyota’s discontinued Scion division.
The subcompact Yaris iA’s background really isn’t important because
Toyota made a very smart decision when it turned to Mazda to build their newest subcompact sedan.
And they made an even smarter decision when they decided to keep it around after killing off their Scion brand.
What was called a Scion iA last year is now called the Toyota Yaris iA in 2017.
It's only been about six months since I last test drove a Toyota Corolla, but now I got my hands on a 2017 model, in this case an XSE. Did the Corolla get the updates it needed to stay competitive in the compact sedan segment?
In a word, no.
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Volkswagen is introducing a facelift to the venerable Golf line for the 2018 model year. Obviously, the headlights, front fascia and the rear valance are new, but the changes are more than just skin deep. Keep in mind, a lot of the specifications and options that are listed here are