Buyers looking for a new Honda Fit can get the base model for slightly more than the current year’s model.
The new 2017 Fit LX six speed manual transmission base model will cost $15,990 or about $100 more than 2016’s base. The Fit will also come in two other trim levels
In this week's "Ask Nathan"
Too big for an STI?
2017 Hyundai Elantra vs Civic vs Corolla vs Mazda3?
Nissan paid for your positive review!
This first question comes from a fan who's looking to get a fast, fun car - but he's a big guy. Interesting.
Hello Nathan, I got a
The 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback will join the Civic sedan and coupe lineup this fall. We got close look at the hatchback at the 2016 New York Auto Show where it appeared in concept form. However, the production model you see here looks nearly identical to the concept, with the
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
Some foreign vehicles may not be as foreign as you think, and some may even have a southern flair to them.
TFLcar’s Roman Mica and Nathan Adlen recently looked at 10 foreign vehicles, which included cars and trucks, that are made in America with eight out of those 10 being built in
The 2017 Honda Clarity fuel cell electric sedan is expected to go on sale in the United States at the end of calendar year 2016. Honda has a three-prong plan related to the Clarity sedan. The hydrogen fuel cell version of the car will go on sale first. This car
It is virtually impossible to make the internet happy. No matter how much time and effort goes into making a video that the YouTube community can watch for free (save for a little time spent sitting through a quick ad), there's always an unimpressed arse in the comments section.
One of our
Following updates made to the 2016 model year Accord, the 2017 Accord Hybrid returns with updated styling, enhanced performance, and improved fuel economy. Honda estimates it will sell double the number of Accord Hybrids it did in 2014, or about 30,000. Will the changes be enough to keep up with