A new 2.5-liter turbocharged inline-4 engine headlines updates to the 2019 Mazda CX-5. The brand's compact crossover also benefits from a new range-topping Signature trim level with softer leather upholstery and real wood trim inside.
Mercedes-Benz and German supplier Bosch have announced they will begin a self-driving car pilot service next year in California.
The 2019 Subaru Forester wowed us enough during our annual Best Car To Buy testing to take home our biggest award of the year. It wasn't an easy task for the Forester to nudge its way ahead during our testing.
2020 BMW M340i xDrive
From Motor Authority:
BMW will use this month's 2018 Los Angeles auto show to introduce the new M340i sport sedan.
The 2019 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison, which adds a host of extra off-road goodies, will start at $48,045 when it goes on sale in January. The price reflects an extended cab model; crew cabs start at $49,645. Prices include a mandatory $995 destination charge.
Three separate auctions should command the attention of movie buffs and car enthusiasts alike.
VW MEB platform
From Green Car Reports:
Volkswagen already had ambitious goals to ramp up electric-vehicle production to a rate of up to three million EVs annually by 2025, and potentially hit 10 million vehicles around 2027 if all goes right. But its plans look even more bullish on electric cars, considering the number of vehicles it's now supposedly signed up to build over a longer stretch of years: 50 million.
Now that we've named the Tesla Model 3 as Green Car Reports Best Car To Buy 2019, it's time to see what our readers picked.
We just named the Tesla Model 3 Green Car Reports Best Car To Buy for 2019 for its combination of innovation, functionality, and performance.