2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid - Quick Drive, July 2014
The 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek Hybrid probably isn’t going to win over typical hybrid shoppers; but it’s going to charm the traditional Subaru crowd—as well as some shoppers who realize that this small hatchback strikes out a lot of the compromises that have traditionally come with all-wheel drive, and tough-terrain tractability.
According to consumer credit reporting agency Equifax, Americans now owe a staggering $902.2 billion in auto loans -- a 10 percent increase from this time last year and an all-time high.
Senior officials from the Department of Transportation held a press conference yesterday in Washington, D.C., and the news they shared wasn't much comfort to parents and guardians of small children.
Scene from Mad Max: Fury Road
Mad Max is back! The first trailer for the fourth installment of the series, Mad Max: Fury Road, was shown during the recent Comic-Con event, and it looks like the new movie has all the right ingredients to be another hit. Only this time Max is played by Tom Hardy rather than Mel Gibson, but original director George Miller is there as well as original writer Nick Lathouris and comic book great Brendan McCarthy.
Dodge gave us an early look at its redesigned 2015 Charger muscle sedan at the 2014 New York Auto Show in April, but the automaker is yet to reveal the high-performance SRT version. During the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles five-year strategy announcement earlier in the year, we learned that a new Charger SRT will be launched for the 2015 model year, complete with a supercharged engine.
Last week we saw the final version of the Falcon rear-wheel-drive sedan that Ford plans to build in Australia until it finally winds up production there in 2016. Today, we have our first look at the car’s SUV sibling, the Territory, which is destined to be the last volume SUV built Down Under.
2016 Toyota Fuel Cell Sedan
While unveiling its fuel-cell vehicle last month–priced to undercut the Tesla Model S ever so slightly–Toyota's Global R&D Chief Mitsuhisa Kato offered some dismissive thoughts on battery-electric vehicles.
Efficiency-minded carmakers are turning to turbocharging in droves, but Audi may be about to do them one better. The German automaker will put an electric turbocharger into production, and now it has revealed more about its plans for that technology.
61 mpg. That's the figure everyone will want to know, so that's the one I'm starting with. 61 mpg is what I've managed so far from the 2001 Honda Insight I bought back in March, over a distance of more than 5,000 miles.