Envision a sunny day, a lonely road, and the wind at your back as you cruise the scenic roads of America. One hand on top of the wheel, the other rowing through the gears of a manual transmission. The ideal day with a convertible is one we all can imagine.
Ford views the Fusion as the gateway drug through which new customers will begin their lifelong addiction to the brand and thus, very important. The Fusion currently resides in fourth place in terms of year-to-date sales in the midsize sedan segment and Ford is hoping to improve that ranking by adding a couple new flavors to
With all the talk these days about self-driving cars and diesel emission scandals, it’s easy to forget that we live in the golden age of performance. An average mid-size sedan can drop a 6 second 0-60 time, and almost supercar levels of speed are now attainable for well under $100k.
The heart of Ford's Mustang Shelby GT350/350R is a normally-aspirated 5.2-liter V8 that cranks out a phenomenal 526 horsepower and 429 lb-ft of torque. This is Ford's most powerful engine without any type of forced induction. Plus, the flat-plane crank design sings gloriously at wide-open throttle. Check out this TFLcar
When a market segment is dominated by two cars for a long time, it's big news when another one leapfrogs them both to snatch victory.
Such is the case with the subcompact car segment, which has been dominated by the Kia Soul and Nissan Versa for as long as it matters to
Toyota's RAV4 led compact crossover sales again in April, but a surprising amount of negative numbers might mean the segment is cooling off.
The RAV4 had nearly a 32 percent increase in sales for the month and an 18 percent increase for the year to extend its lead over 2015's leader, the
The new-from-the-ground-up Honda Civic continued its hot sales streak as it kept the compact car sales lead and beat out the Toyota Camry as April's top seller.
More than 35,000 Civics found homes in April -- 3,000 more than the Toyota Corolla and 1,000 more than the Camry, 2015's sales champion.
The Toyota Camry has been the best-selling car in the United States for a long time, so it's a surprise that, although it kept the midsize sedan sales lead in April, it lost the overall monthly sales crown.
And it wasn't lost to a crossover.
The Camry held a commanding lead over