From The Car Connection:
The Toyota Camry is America's best-selling car in a competitive segment that includes strong entries such as the Honda Accord, Ford Fusion, Hyundai Sonata, and Subaru Legacy. The Camry was most recently overhauled in 2015, and this year's model carries over largely unchanged.
Mine was a gray 1986 Accord Hatchback that overheated up the hill on my way home, and didn't have the brakes to stop me going down the hill on my way to high school. I loved it. Over 40 years, there have been 12.7 million stories or more like mine across the U.S.
There have been plenty of airbag-recalls recently due to Takata's exploding inflators, but today's recall of the 2008 and 2009 Audi A4, A5, and Q5 is a little bit different. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the airbag systems on those vehicles may suffer from corrosion, and as a result, they might not deploy at all.
2018 Kia GT spy shots
From Motor Authority:
The oft-rumored sports sedan based on Kia’s GT concept from the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show is real, and it's already on testing on the road and track. Though heavily disguised, we can the proportions and details are similar to those of the striking concept.
Dual-clutch gearboxes are becoming increasingly common, and today's versions of these fast-shifting automatic gearboxes are far better than they were just a few years ago when they first hit the consumer market.
It is safe to say that this 1952 Buick Super Riviera looked nothing like it does today when it rolled off the assembly line and made its way to its first owner. Nothing General Motors had in mind for it can compare to what racer Jeff Brock did to it decades later.
2016 Nissan Sentra 1.8 SR in upstate New York, April 2016
From Green Car Reports:
The Nissan Sentra compact sedan has been with us since the 2013 model year, but it received a number of updates and new features this year. Nissan's goal was to keep the high-volume compact sedan in the running against the new and well-received Honda Civic, Hyundai Elantra, and Chevrolet Cruze, along with an updated version of the Ford Focus.
To date, Tesla Motors has never met one of its own deadlines for launching a new car. The Roadster, Model S, and Model X were all delayed for a variety of reasons. With its upcoming $35,000, 215-mile Model 3 sedan, though, Tesla can't afford to be late.
At first glance, electric cars seem particularly well suited to urban driving. Trips are typically short enough to quell range anxiety, and stop-and-go traffic gives drivers plenty of opportunities to make use of regenerative braking. Meanwhile, everyone else likely appreciates the lack of engine noise and exhaust fumes.