Every year, car models come and go. Some are replaced by new models, but a few ride off into the sunset, never to be seen again.
In some case it's a good thing. There are a lot of cars that are just misses in the market. Did anyone really miss the
Inking a deal worth ¥237 billion (about $2.1-billion USD), Nissan announced today their extended partnership with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation in the wake of recent fuel economy cheating perpetrated by Mitsubishi. This massive purchase comes right after Mitsubishi's stock, affected by this newest scandal, hit rock bottom.
Here's the headline: "YOKOHAMA and
The Jeep Renegade, the cutest of the cute-utes, continues to pull away from the pack as it again dominated the subcompact crossover sales charts in April.
Renegade sales were up a mildly inflated 131 percent for the month and a very inflated 514 percent for the year, as it only just
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 all-new 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander represents a damn good deal. Our tester came with a 2.4-liter 4-cylinder engine and the SEL Touring Package, which includes navigation, a sun roof, windshield wiper heater, forward collision mitigation and an unpleasant Lane Departure Warning system (more on that later) among other features. Loaded with leather and
The much-improved Honda Civic returned to form in March, taking the compact car sales lead back from the Toyota Corolla and increasing its yearly lead.
Civic sales were up nearly 22 percent from March 2015 and is the biggest yearly gainer in the segment with a near-31 percent increase. It was