Vehicle models come, vehicle models go. But there are some that have gone that should definitely stay gone.
TFL’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen came up with a list of 10 vehicles that once cruised the streets but are now officially dead and should remain dead and buried.
Kicking off the list
For those who want a combination of high performance and daily driving usability, the 2017 Chevy Camaro ZL1 may be the answer.
At a starting price of $62,135 for the coupe and $69,135 for convertible, the new Camaro offers a 650 horsepower supercharged LT4 6.2 liter V-8 engine that can propel the ZL1 from
Customers who buy a new Chevrolet Trax will pay more in 2017.
Chevy announced recently that the redesigned Trax will cost more than it did in 2016 with a starting price of $21,895 for the base trim level. That’s an increase over 2016’s model, which started at $20,300.
The LS, which is the base
Is this a 2018 Chevrolet Equinox, a Kia-something or perhaps - something else? Initially, we had no idea what this crossover actually was. The camouflage was well done. Brian, our tech editor (he was shooting the videos as I drove) and I argued about its origin. I felt that the
Remember the good old days when vehicles like the Chevy Blazer or the Pontiac Firebird cruised the streets?
TFLcar’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen do and came up with a list of the top 10 vehicles that are long gone but that should come back from the dead.
The Toyota Supra, which
Although the Chevy Camaro saw an 11 percent increase in sales for July, buyers don’t seem to be as interested in the American muscle car as they were a year ago.
Looking at the overall year to date sales from 2015 and 2016, the Camaro dropped the most, experiencing a decrease
The Jeep Renegade remains the top choice for buyers in the subcompact crossover segment for the month of July.
The Renegade remained in the top spot for the majority of the year, having sold 10,057 for July. The Chevrolet Trax seemed to gain in popularity from June to July, jumping to number
Which vehicles are selling poorly in the U.S. but are actually great cars?
TFLcar’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen crunched the numbers and counted down the TFL top 5 vehicles and one bonus vehicle to see which ones haven’t gained buyers' attention.
Number five on the list is the Mazda 6, which has only sold about 19,000