From The Car Connection:
Honda says that the CR-V is the best-selling entry SUV of all time, and it’s easy to understand why this model has earned that title. Put simply, it keeps with the times and delivers, in an entirely pragmatic way, all that most families need, with enough personality to not leave them wanting.
With the 2016 Scion iM, Toyota dealerships at last get a sporty compact hatchback to tangle—and tango—with the likes of the Ford Focus, Mazda 3, and Volkswagen Golf.
Honda has issued an advisory to owners of 2015 Honda CR-V models, after receiving many complaints about a strong vibration at idle and low rpm—one that we experienced earlier this year in a test drive.
2017 Audi A4
Come 2016, buyers in the market for a small sports sedan with a touch of luxury are going to be spoiled for choice. In addition to the existing Cadillac ATS, Lexus IS and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, all impressive cars in their own right, we’ll see the arrival of an updated BMW 3-Series plus all-new contenders in the form of the Alfa Romeo Giulia and Jaguar XE.
The BBC last night aired the final episode of Top Gear featuring Jeremy Clarkson together with co-hosts Richard Hammond and James May, a 75-minute special compiled from footage shot before Clarkson was fired last March for his altercation with producer Oisin Tymon.
Koenigsegg had a major presence at the past weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, with three of its supercars, an Agera, a One:1 and the latest Regera, thrilling audiences at the British event. In the video above we get a close look at the One:1 and the Regera models.
Chevrolet Bolt EV Concept
If we heard it once, we heard it a dozen times this week. The upcoming Chevrolet Bolt EV 200-mile electric car is "for regular people, not for the elites."
Tesla is currently juggling several major projects, leading to speculation about when each will be completed. It plans to launch its much-delayed Model X electric SUV later this year, and unveil a concept version of the Model 3 sedan next year.
The air pollution caused by vehicle emissions has been linked to numerous health issues, something that's caused many world cities to work to reduce the number of carbon-emitting cars on their roads. But a new study from the U.K. indicates that large volumes of cars moving through an area can cause additional problems for nearby residents.