Until the new and highly anticipated 2016 Focus RS makes its way to the streets, the tuner-oriented ST will remain the top-dog hot rod of the Ford Focus lineup.
Chevrolet has introduced the redesigned 2016 Camaro, a smaller, lighter, and more technologically advanced version of its iconic sports coupe.
For 2015, Ford has positioned its F-250, F-350, and F-450 Super Duty models to once again outmatch the competition with an available diesel engine that now delivers more than 850 lb.-ft. of torque and has a maximum tow rating of 31,200 lbs.
Long considered one of America's favorite family sedans, the Honda Accord greets the 2015 model year with a familiar lineup consisting of LX, Sport, EX, and Touring trim levels, and power plants promising varying degrees of performance and efficiency.
The 3 Series represent BMW's best-selling model line. For the 2016 model year, the new 3 Series Sedan and Sports Wagon receives a range of enhancements, mostly focusing on dynamics.
At the 2015 Shanghai International Motor Show, Lexus debuted an updated version of its popular ES sedan.
One of the pioneers of the modern-day small SUV/crossover movement, the Ford Escape has undergone a vast array of transformative changes over the years, but for 2015, updates are limited to the introduction of a new exterior paint color.
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.