Category: New Cars

There's no end to the yearly changes automakers roll out on new cars. Study up on model year changes, pricing information and the latest and greatest features on factory-fresh vehicles.

2014 Mazda Mazda3 Driving Impressions

There isn't much not to like about the Mazda3 and the latest version accomplishes the disparate missions required of the best of the compact class - fuel economy, handling and performance - in nothing short of spectacular fashion. Some might find its ride a bit on the firm side while it could use more room in the back seat and models with a lot of equipment can get pricey. The flip side is that it is fun to drive with great handling and the ugly smiley face of the previous generation is finally gone. The bottom line is this: with the new Mazda3, Mazda has upped the ante in the compact segment and buyers looking for style, performance and excellent fuel economy should put this car at the top of their shopping lists.

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2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR Driving Impressions

Look at it this way: you live in an area with smooth, twisty roads, long miles of empty interstate that stretch to the horizon and you're either a hardcore racer or you have a more conventional vehicle for your daily driver, then it probably makes sense to buy a Lancer Evolution. Deciding on an EVO also might make sense if you regularly invite members of your local law enforcement community over for barbeque.

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Block Fiesta Gets New Monster Livery

It's not just Hans and Franz, the characters from the late eighties Saturday Night Live sketches, that can get people pumped up. We know this for a fact because the first line of Monster Energy's most-recent press stated when we thought we couldn't get any more pumped about 2014, the chief-tyre-slayer and head Hoonigan in charge Ken Block has thrown it down with an epic season schedule, and a fresh new graphics package to match.

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Volkswagen gets a Bug for Rallycross

In conjunction with Andretti Autosport, Volkswagen will field two turbocharged Beetles in this year's Global Rallycross racing series (events in which entrants compete against each other - as well as against the clock - in a series of elimination heats. The closed courses are usually a mixture of dirt, tarmac and a 70-foot jump). Not only that, but the entries will be driven by a pair of well-known, successful drivers. The Rockstar Energy Drink Beetle will be driven by none other than Tanner Foust, GRC circuit champion in 2011 and 2012, while ex-Formula 1 and NASCAR driver Scott Speed (who won the first GRC race he entered in Brazil last year) will pilot the 7UP entry.

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