Long a popular choice among budget-conscious shoppers, the 5-passenger Jetta returns for 2015 in sedan guise only, as the versatile SportWagen has been dropped to make way for the all-new Golf SportWagen.
Small crossover SUVs are exploding in popularity, and it appears that Hyundai has perfectly timed dramatic improvements to its Tucson with unprecedented consumer demand for this type of vehicle.
At the 2015 New York International Auto Show, Toyota introduced a refreshed 2016 RAV4, in the process highlighting a new hybrid version of the 5-passenger crossover SUV that is both more powerful and more fuel-efficient than the standard version.
One of the smallest and most affordable cars in America, the Chevrolet Spark is completely redesigned for 2016 and gains numerous improvements in the process.
With the debut of the Scion iA, the youth-oriented division of Toyota Motor gets its first sedan to sell, courtesy of Mazda.
In advance of several new models hitting the market--and the expected boost in brand visibility--Infiniti has updated its aging QX50 compact crossover SUV for the 2016 model year.
Calling its 7-passenger crossover SUV "an unmatched value," Mitsubishi introduced a substantially refreshed 2016 Outlander at the 2015 New York International Auto Show.
For 2016, the Kia Optima is completely redesigned, larger inside and out, equipped with a stiffer structure and improved driving dynamics, and offered with updated infotainment and safety systems.
Long marketed as the "4-door sports car," the Nissan Maxima is dramatically redesigned for 2016, the automaker claiming that this latest rendition is "created by driving enthusiasts, for driving enthusiasts."
Glance at the redesigned 2016 Lexus RX and this luxury crossover is both instantly familiar yet clearly different, reflecting the need to fiddle with the recipe's ingredients while at the same time recognizing that the existing formula has proven enormously popular.