2008 Cadillac CTS$10,500.0097,450 miles Augusta, GA (459.5 miles away) 18 City/26 Hwy MPG
Remote power door locks, Power windows, Cruise controls on steering wheel, Cruise control, 4-wheel ABS Brakes, Front Ventilated disc brakes, 1st and 2nd row curtain head airbags, Passenger Airbag, Sid...
Front Ventilated disc brakes, 1st and 2nd row curtain head airbags, Passenger Airbag, Audio system security, Digital Audio Input, In-Dash single CD player, MP3 player, XM AM/FM/Satellite Radio, Radio...
7 Speakers,AM/FM radio,AM/FM Stereo w/Cassette/6-Disc CD Changer,Cassette,CD player,Air Conditioning,Automatic Temperature Control,Automatic temperature control,Rear window defroster,Driver Seat Lumba...
With a history of bringing small, affordable vehicles to market, it seems logical that the subcompact crossover segment would be a perfect fit for Hyundai. Once home to just the Buick Encore, Chevrolet Trax, and Nissan Juke, buyers can now choose from those plus the Honda HR-V, Jeep Renegade, Mazda CX-3, Nissan Rogue Sport, Subaru Crosstrek, Fiat 500X, Toyota C-HR, and Mini Cooper Countryman. Even Ford has announced that it will be bringing the EcoSport –sold in Europe, Asia, South America, and even Canada since 2004 – to the US later this year as a 2018 model.
So where is Hyundai in all this? As it turns out, right around the corner. On June 12th in Seoul Korea, Hyundai unveiled its contender in the segment, the 2018 Kona.
The current Forester was all-new for the 2014 model year and, since its introduction, Subaru has found little need to make any drastic changes for what remains a back-to-the-basics model. Like 2017, no major changes are in store for the 2018 model. The big news is the 2.5i trim is getting a new Black Edition package as an upgrade from the 2.5i Premium trim.