Three versions of the 2015 Honda Accord go on sale today at dealerships across America, and they're priced to sell. Whether you're shopping for a coupe, a sedan, or a leaner, greener hybrid, the always-popular Accord is worth a look.
Last summer, we told you about the Department of Transportation's plan to develop a website that would allow motorists to see if their ride had been recalled simply by typing in their vehicle identification number, or VIN.
The 4Runner is one of few remaining true SUVs, built on a separate frame and using parts from trucks underneath instead of those pulled from passenger vehicles. While Toyota definitely sells more of its car-based crossovers (Venza, Highlander, etc.), the 4Runner remains for true off-road enthusiasts, using a recipe that's as old as the badge itself.
Joss JP1 supercar prototype
Australians are well known for their love of performance cars but in a few years the country’s auto industry will be almost non-existent, with the remaining plants of Ford, Holden and Toyota located there all scheduled to close before the end of 2017. Not yet ready to throw in the towel is a small supercar startup by the name of Joss.
What do you do when Chevy hands you the keys to a 2015 Corvette Stingray and an open run at the Milford Road Course? You flog it for all you’re worth, whether you know the track or not.
A new generation of the Hyundai Genesis Coupe is coming, and these are our first spy shots of a very early test mule. Hyundai engineers are using the modified body of the current Genesis Coupe to hide the new car’s mechanicals, but a few discernible details tie in with what we already know about the upcoming car.
2015 Ford Mustang
The 2015 Ford Mustang has attracted plenty of attention for its 2.3-liter turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder engine--and not all of it positive. Fans of chest-thumping V-8s may scoff at such a downsized engine, but everyone else will likely want to know how efficient it is.
Let's say your company builds a crucial, high-volume component for advanced-technology vehicles. Suppose it emerged this week that you've now got contracts to supply two of the world's three biggest automakers.
Several manufacturers now offer gas-saving hybrid versions of their vehicles but it's surprisingly rare to find two companies who have gone about it in the same way. The early pioneers, Toyota and Honda, fielded completely different systems at launch--and well over a decade down the line Honda has once again introduced a new hybrid system.