For the 2015 model year, Subaru bestows upon the compact Impreza models a number of changes designed to keep the car competitive in a hotly contested small car class.
Sales of new light vehicles in the United States continue to grow, year over year, with new light-vehicle retail sales in September now projected to rise by 6% over September 2013 on a selling-day-adjusted basis.
During the past week, Chrysler, Ford, GM, Honda, and even Ferrari issued safety recalls affecting a total of approximately 360,000 vehicles from model years 2009 through 2015.
According to GMC, the 2015 Sierra Elevation Edition, which will go on sale later this year, will bring an unprecedented level of style and content to the sport truck segment.
During the past week, various automakers, including the Detroit Three--Chrysler, Ford, and GM--as well as Mercedes, Porsche, and Toyota, issued recalls of vehicles dating back to the 2005 model year.
The Carbon Edition of the 2015 GMC Sierra 1500, which will be available at dealers this fall, adds extra style and substance to a vehicle that General Motors (GM) is already touting as a premium pickup truck.
Despite the recent arrival of the acclaimed F-Type sports car, Jaguar's U.S. sales are sliding at the same time rivals are gaining.
On sale shortly after the first of the year and equipped with a starting price of just under $39,000 for the 228i model, the new 2015 BMW 2 Series convertible is also available in 228i xDrive and M235i format.
Lexus has finalized details for its new sports coupe, the 2015 RC 350 and RC F Sport, which the automaker calls "the best handling regular production Lexus yet."
During the past week, both General Motors (GM) and BMW of North America (BMW) announced vehicle recalls--GM recalling more than 200,000 older Saturn Vue SUVs to address an ignition switch defect.