6 Speakers, Am/Fm Radio, Air Conditioning, Front Dual Zone A/C, Rear Window Defroster, Remote Keyless Entry, Four Wheel Independent Suspension, Traction Control, Abs Brakes, Dual Front Impact Airbags,...
4 Speakers, Am/Fm Radio, Cd Player, Weather Band Radio, Air Conditioning, Rear Window Defroster, Power Driver Seat, Power Steering, Remote Keyless Entry, Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Auto-Le...
6 Speakers, Am/Fm Radio, Cd Player, Air Conditioning, Rear Window Defroster, Power Steering, Remote Keyless Entry, Black Rooftop Luggage Crossbars, Four Wheel Independent Suspension, Speed-Sensing Ste...
With nearly forty vehicles making their world or North American debuts either at the show or in venues across the city, we've done our best to sort through them. We've eliminated those that most of us will never afford (i.e. Porsche, Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Audi, and Lexus), to come up with a list of vehicles that should interest average buyers.
Longer, lower, wider. That was the 1950's mantra of the domestic automakers – one taken up by Kia in the new millennium.
That's precisely what the Korean manufacturer has done to its entry-level model, the Rio. All-new for 2018 with a new suspension geometry, length is up by 0.6 inches in both the sedan and hatchback (172.6 and 160.0 inches, respectively). Wheelbase is also up, from 101.2 inches to 101.6 inches.
Springtime in Michigan – and especially for those of us who live in and around the "D" (that would be Detroit) - also signals that the start of the Major League Baseball season is just around the corner. This year, the home opener is set for this Friday with our hometown Tigers facing the Boston Red Sox at 1:10pm on April 7th.
We were reminded of this fact earlier this week when Chevy marketing VP Paul Edwards stated that "Chevrolet is proud to help kick off the 2017 MLB season by continuing the tradition of showcasing our vehicles in the center field fountain at the home of the Detroit Tigers."
Since 2002, Jeep and FCA's parts division have collaborated on sixty-two concept vehicles expressly for those Jeep fans in attendance. To help commemorate the event, now in its 51st year, Jeep and Mopar have developed seven more concept vehicles. This year, they range from the heritage-celebrating Jeep Grand One to a sand-inspired, Hemi-powered, gasser-styled Wrangler.