With small utility vehicles selling in record numbers, now often replacing compact and mid-size sedans, automakers have launched more and more models to expand their lineups.
Though it's just a few months before the 2018 Nissan Rogue will begin arriving in dealerships, the Japanese automaker has made an important mid-year update to its popular five- and seven-seat crossover: automatic emergency braking is now standard.
Stop us if you've heard this one before: someone's published a study on self-driving cars and the effect they'll have on transportation.
2017 Mazda MX-5 Miata RF
From Motor Authority:
As soon as sports car fans discovered the Miata was a fantastic roadster, some started asking for a stylish coupe version. That was probably a couple days after the first Miata hit the street in 1989.
BMW has quietly dropped the coupe body style from its 6-Series range for 2018. It means there are now just the 6-Series Convertible and 6-Series Gran Coupe options.
2017 Nissan Leaf
From Green Car Reports:
The Beaver State, otherwise known as Oregon, may implement an intriguing solution to spur higher sales of electric vehicles.
The Volt remains the undisputed king of the Canadian plug-in electric vehicle market.
The former CEO of electric-car charging network 350 Green pleaded guilty last week to fraudulently obtaining federal grants intended to be used for installation of public charging stations, notably in the Chicago area.