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.

2018 Kia Rio North American Introduction

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.

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2018 Ford Edge gets new Appearance Package

According to Ford, Edge sales figures point to the fact that many buyers in the Dallas Metroplex choose a cloth interior over technology because cloth seating materials tend to be more comfortable in the heat. In fact, Ford sells nearly 5 percent more Edge models with non-leather seats in Dallas than the national average. So maybe Texans aren't that tough after all.

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2017 Kia Sorento EX AWD Driving Impressions

the 2017 Kia Sorento represents a great offering for the Korean brand. Those who haven't visited a Kia dealer lately will probably be surprised by the window sticker prices, but keep in mind they represent lot of luxury for the buck. Buyers looking for a secure handling, handsomely-styled, luxuriously-appointed midsize crossover would do well to put the 2017 Kia Sorento at or near the top of their lists.

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2017 Toyota Corolla XSE Driving Impressions

But the bottom line is that Corolla buyers are only looking for dependable transportation. The newest version is all that and, if nothing else, is also a pleasant car to drive around town and even on long stretches of freeway. Current owners will appreciate the improvements made to the latest generation, while its smooth, quiet ride - combined with Toyota's quality and reliability - will probably attract even more buyers to the Corolla nameplate.

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Hyundai Unveils 2018 Accent

In a first for the Canadian International Auto Show, an all-new car model made its world premiere there during the show's annual media day. The 2018 Hyundai Accent, the best-selling model in its segment in Canada, has been redesigned to bring its styling more in line with the brand's other sedans. It's also 0.6 inches longer and 1.14 inches wider than the outgoing model.

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