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Chevrolet City Express Discontinued

Ford makes the Transit Connect, but if you’re like us, you may have forgotten Chevrolet has its own small van called the City Express. Essentially a rebadged Nissan NV200, it entered the market in 2014, but it failed to gain the same sales success as many of its rivals. Now, General Motors has finally pulled […]

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Lexus May Introduce Electrified F Models

Lexus offers a host of hybrid vehicles, from the NX, RX, ES, GS, LS, and LC. It currently doesn’t have hybrid versions of its F performance vehicles, but that could soon change. Speaking with Auto Express, Lexus boss Yoshihiro Sawa admits there is a place for hybrid F vehicles, including a possible standalone GT model. Sawa […]

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2019 Acura MDX Receives A-Spec Package, Updated Nine-Speed

The 2019 Acura MDX returns to the lineup after a 2017 refresh and some tech upgrades for 2018. The model boasts an A-Spec appearance package, an enhanced nine-speed automatic, and new interior and exterior color options among other features. Prices start at $45,295, up $100 from last year. A-Spec models start at $55,795 and receive gloss black […]

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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback vs. 2019 Toyota C-HR

Although crossovers are eating away at the sales of traditional cars, there remain plenty of options for those who aren’t sure they want an SUV. The 2019 Toyota Corolla hatchback goes on sale before the end of the summer and will sit alongside the C-HR in dealerships nationwide. Does opting for the lower, more conventional […]

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2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback First Test: Haute, Not Hot

Mention Toyota Corolla to anyone, and the first terms they’ll likely use to describe the car would be fuel efficient, affordable, and, in the case of automotive enthusiasts, a boring appliance. With the exception of the rear-drive Corolla GT-S/AE86 (the spiritual ancestor of the Toyota 86) and the Corolla XRS of the 2000s, the Corolla […]

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