BMW's all-new 2014 4 Series Coupe, a larger but lighter replacement for the 3 Series Coupe, is being offered in 428i and 435i models and four trim levels: base, Sport, Luxury, and M Sport.
In the 47 years since the first Toyota Corolla went on sale, the automaker has sold almost 40 million examples of the nameplate all around the world. Soon, the 11th-generation version, the 2014 Corolla, will arrive in dealer showrooms, wearing what Toyota calls "Iconic Dynamism" styling.
The BMW M3 has long been the standard by which newcomers like the Cadillac CTS-V and Lexus IS F have been measured. For 2013, the track-friendly BMW returns in coupe and convertible body styles and a generous bounty of standard features.
The Charger SRT8 is a high-performance version of Dodge's full-size 4-door sedan.
While most carmakers abandoned their minivan efforts years ago, Nissan doubled down and launched a completely redesigned Quest in 2011. For 2013, the family-friendly crossover alternative arrives with minor changes that include expanded availability of a DVD entertainment option and a standard exterior camera monitoring system on the top-of-the-line 2013 Nissan Quest LE.
The 2014 BMW X5 is completely redesigned, lighter, quicker, and more fuel efficient than before while offering a range of new standard and optional information, entertainment, connectivity, communication, safety, and autonomous driving equipment. The midsize luxury SUV, which is offered with an optional third-row seat, goes on sale toward the end of 2013.
First introduced to the U.S. market in 2006, the current-generation Volkswagen GTI is fairly dated in automotive terms, so it comes with no surprise to learn that an all-new version is set to roll out in time for the 2015 model year.
The Fiat 500 is a microcar from the Italian company that now runs the Chrysler Group. It is smaller than subcompacts and is one of the smallest cars offered in the United States, along with the Mini Cooper and Smart Fortwo.
The Dodge Grand Caravan is a descendent of the first minivan from 1984. It is best known for Dodge's Stow 'n Go rear seats that fold into the floor.
U.S. car buyers may not be snapping up 2-door hardtops like they once did, but perhaps the story would be different if models like the 2013 Mercedes-Benz CL-Class were priced for the masses.