From The Car Connection:
The Nissan Rogue was redesigned for last year–at least one version of it. You can still find a 2015 version of the previous-generation Rogue on the road today. It's called the Rogue Select, and it's intended only for rental fleets. The newer version of the Rogue you can buy is now only a year old, and it's more stylish and more spacious.
Electric cars have operating costs far lower than those of gasoline vehicles. And even considering the point-of-source emissions of power plants that make the grid power EVs are plugged into, they’re cleaner, more energy-efficient picks for the future—especially if they can meet your needs as a second car for everyday commuting.
There's good news and bad news in the 2015 CarMD Vehicle Health Index. The good news is, taking your car to the mechanic last year didn't cost you any more than it did the year before. The bad news is…
2016 Chevrolet Camaro’s exhaust tips
The all-new sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is set to be revealed May 16 at a special public event hosted at Detroit’s Belle Isle Park, and in the lead up Chevy has been dropping small morsels of information on the car. Previously, we learned that the new Camaro will be 28 percent stiffer than the current model, 200 pounds lighter, and—in SS trim—feature GM’s 6.2-liter LT1 V-8.
Mercedes-AMG’s rival to the likes of the BMW M4, Cadillac ATS-V Coupe and Lexus RC F has been spotted for the first time in prototype form. The car we’re talking about is the new C63 Coupe, the high-performance version of the next-generation C-Class Coupe, which incidentally is also doing the rounds as a prototype at present.
Whether you’re a fan of the movies or not, the Fast and the Furious franchise has become embedded in pop culture and will likely stay there for some time to come. Despite the franchise now spanning no less than seven movies, its popularity has never been greater, with the seventh installment gaining $1 billion in global box office sales in a record 17 days.
Chevrolet FNR concept, 2015 Shanghai Auto Show
China's status as the largest new-car market in the world means the 2015 Shanghai Auto Show is now as important for car shoppers outside the country as it is for those within. While there are still plenty of bizarre homegrown creations, the Shanghai show floor is also full of concept and production cars from global automakers.
Energica recently released a video that puts its Energica Ego electric superbike in direct competition with a variety of well-known high-powered cars and motorcycles. The quarter-mile races highlight the 3-second 0-to-60-mph acceleration of the Energica Ego against some solid competition.
Before a new model of car can go on sale, carmakers and dealers have to clear inventory of its predecessor. It's not uncommon for carmakers to offer significant discounts on the outgoing version to clear the way for the redesign.