The summer and fall months this year have been especially busy, as our High Gear Media editors have had to contend with another record year for vehicle launches. Now, among all that is new, it's time to pick the best—with The Car Connection's Best Car To Buy 2014.
Nissan North America has issued a recall for select models of the 2013 Armada and 2013 Titan. The recall stems from a problem with the vehicles' braking system, which could result in a crash.
Forget about the inscrutable new badge for a moment. What you're seeing, with the 2014 Infiniti Q50, is the follow-up to the Infiniti G, the first real Japanese-bred rival to the BMW 3-Series; and it lays out a more ambitious agenda than ever before.
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Fiat is determined to transform Alfa Romeo into a credible brand capable of competing against the likes of Audi, but currently the automaker only has two aging hatchbacks in its lineup, the MiTo and Giulietta, and the very limited production 4C sports car. The boss of the company has now said a new five-year strategy is coming.
The Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class is easily one of the most attractive cars in the compact class, particularly in its CLA45 AMG trim, but getting the car to look as good as it does was no easy feat. The video above features the designer in charge of the CLA’s exterior, Mark Fetherston, and he explains how all of the car’s complex surfaces were achieved.
Many, many truly impressive cars hit the market for the 2014 model year. This hand-picked handful of sport/luxury sedans, coupes, and roadsters are Motor Authority's favorites--the very best. One of them will be its Best Car To Buy 2014.
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In case you hadn't noticed, it's Halloween. So how could we not comment on an article whose byline reads Gore and Blood? Their topic may be slightly esoteric, but it has big implications for our energy future.
While workplace charging is still a work in progress at most companies, a few progressive corporations and nonprofits now offer incentives to employees to commute in plug-in electric cars. One example is PSEG, the publicly-owned New Jersey electric and gas utility, which has seen employee usage of electric cars soar since it launched an employee incentive program in July.
We're heading into the last two months of the year, which means it's time for Green Car Reports' annual Best Car To Buy award. This is its award that picks one vehicle--or a line of vehicles--that it considers to be the greenest new vehicle(s) launched for the new model year.