Chevrolet took its mask off and unveiled a new look for the bulk of its passenger car lineup Friday. Behind their new faces, the 2019 Spark, Cruze and Malibu, boast mechanical and technical upgrades, along with their new bumpers. Suspiciously absent was any news about the Sonic, which may not have much of a future in the Chevy lineup.
The redesigned 2019 Volkswagen Jetta starts at a lower price than last year’s model, but it includes more standard features.
Mercedes-Benz plans to jump into the subscription game with pilot programs in two cities, the automaker said at a dealer conference.
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From Motor Authority:
A hand touches my shoulder from behind as I hear, “Are you ready?”
Chevrolet engineers made substantial improvements with their most recent redesign of the Malibu, introduced for 2016. They increased space and added loads of new technology but at the same time shed close to 300 pounds from the car's curb weight.
Infiniti will take steps in 2019 to begin overhauling its infotainment system, starting with the addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
From Green Car Reports:
The U.S. sales history of the Smart two-seat minicar started with a bang in 2008, when gasoline prices soared, and has waned since then.
As a nation, the U.S. takes lots of road trips, because most of the country has no viable mass transit between city pairs.
In January 2007, Jaguar dropped a bombshell, in the form of the C-XF concept sedan it unveiled at that year's Detroit auto show.