Today at High Gear Media we bring you news of a frugal new three-cylinder, 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine option for the 2014 Ford Fiesta, warn you about a potential Thanksgiving rental car shortage caused by Hurricane Sandy and bring you spy shots of the eagerly-anticipated 2015 Ford Mustang caught in testing.
We also give you the rundown on four new Audi turbodiesel models, destined for the United States, that the German automaker will display at the Los Angeles Auto Show, and bring you a drive report of the Japan-only Honda N One microcar.
There’s more of today’s car news where that came from, and you’ll find it right here at The Car Connection.
Ford confirms a 1.0-liter EcoBoost engine option for the 2014 Fiesta.
Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, rental cars may be in short supply for Thanksgiving travelers.
Our spy photographers caught the 2015 Ford Mustang in testing.
Audi is showing four new diesel models at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Mercedes-Benz is recalling 2012 CLS550 models to remedy a hood latch bolt issue.
Toyota is introducing tech to combat unintended acceleration in near-future models.
Lincoln is reinventing itself to attract new customers to the brand.
The Japanese-spec 2013 Nissan Leaf is revealed.
We drive Honda’s new N One kei car, forbidden fruit outside of Japan.
Mercedes tuning arm AMG is reportedly moving towards all-wheel-drive instead of its traditional rear-wheel-drive