Electric cars were well represented at the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. TFLcar is here to give you a comprehensive guide to them all.
TFL's Roman Mica was joined by Anton Wahlman at the Detroit show to talk about all the electric cars that debuted, or were highlighted,
The 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit had a lot of 2018 models make their debuts. TFLcar is counting down the top six cars from the show that you will be able to buy soon.
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The 2017 North American International Auto Show, also known as the Detroit Auto Show, is behind us now. While the show was a bit of a disappointment - especially with the lack of reveals from Fiat Chrysler and Ford - there were still a lot of news and reveals.
The 2017 North American International Auto Show - also known as NAIAS or the Detroit Auto Show - starts tomorrow, at least the press day. Here's what we know right now that will be coming up at the event.
TFL will be covering the 2017 NAIAS with up-to-the-minute videos on all of
The Kia Soul stayed as the top selling subcompact car for December, and had the most sales in its class for 2016.
Kia sold 12,427 Souls in December. The amount of sales far surpassed the second place vehicle, the Nissan Versa, which sold 8,918 vehicles in December. For 2016, Kia sold
The Jeep Renegade is the most popular subcompact crossover vehicle for 2016.
Jeep sold 106,606 Renegades in 2016, which was the highest subcompact crossover sales among its competitors, sales figures showed. The Jeep Renegade also sold the most in December with 12,045 vehicles.
The other subcompact crossovers that were in the top five
The Toyota Highlander may have sold the most vehicles in December, but the Ford Explorer was the top vehicle in terms of sales in 2016 in the midsize crossover segment.
Toyota sold 25,425 Highlanders in December, making it the number one vehicle in the midsize crossover segment for December. Toyota also
Despite a slip near the end of the year that let the Toyota Corolla catch up, the Honda Civic held on to be the compact car sales champion for 2016.
The Civic also took the December sales crown, beating out the Corolla by 2,000 sales to end the year with a 6,000-sale win