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.

2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco Driving Impressions

Even though Hyundai's compact sedan isn't as dirt cheap as it once was, it remains a very affordable option for car buyers on a budget. The Elantra is also a very important model in the lineup as, even in a down year for small sedans, through October of this year it continues to be Hyundai's best-selling model. The Eco is a new addition for 2017 and, like the rest of the Elantra lineup, comes with a completely redesigned exterior.

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2017 Mitsubishi Lancer 2.4 SEL AWC Driving Impressions

Given its sporty looks and the option of an all-wheel drive system, the latest Lancer should be at the top of the list for many compact car buyers - especially those who live where the snow flies. Unfortunately, a noisy cabin adorned with hard plastics, less than stellar fuel economy and only average handling relegate the current Lancer to the backwaters of the compact class.

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Acura Announces 2017 TLX Prices

Based on the same platform that underpins the current Honda Accord, the Acura TLX first went on sale in the fall of 2014 as a 2015 model. As expected, no major changes are in store for the 2017 model year, especially in light of the fact that, through June of this year, sales of Acura's most popular sedan are down by nearly 15%.

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Elvis' BMW 507 Returns

No other automobile of this model is shrouded in mythology like the BMW 507once owned by Elvis Presley. This particular roadster was believed to have been lost for almost five decades. In fact, there was not even certainty about the chassis number of the car driven by the King.

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Honda Announces 2017 Fit Prices

Lunar Silver metallic replacing Alabaster Silver represents the only change Honda has wrought for the 2017 model year - which goes on sale at dealerships today. 2017 Fit prices reflect a $200 increase for each model, plus a $15 increase in the destination charge

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