Month: September 2018

Somewhere between full-size luxury sedan and full-on retromobile: That’s where the 2019 Chrysler 300 lies, and with each year that passes, the pastiche tilts more toward the latter. The 2019 300 carries on with V-6 or V-8 power, automatic shifting, and rear- or all-wheel drive in satisfying measure. Easygoing big-car handling and a comfortable ride
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BMW has increased the battery capacity of the i3, allowing it to travel 153 miles on a single charge. That range may not be competitive with the Tesla Model 3 or even the Chevrolet Bolt, but it’s a considerable improvement from the current i3 and nearly double that of the original. When the i3 launched
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When it comes to compact sedans, the 2019 Nissan Sentra is a wallflower. It’s roomy enough for four adults, fuel efficient for its class, and packs just enough features to keep most buyers happy but fails to deliver on driving delight and design. We’ve rated it 4.8 overall as a reflection of its comfort, active
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Kia‘s best-selling product here in the U.S. has been completely redesigned for 2019. As part of the Forte’s overhaul, Kia reimagined the exterior with styling cues it says are inspired by the Stinger. Does the small sedan live up to that claim, or is it all hype? Is the Forte refreshing or revolting? Let’s examine
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Mercedes-AMG has dropped the “Project One” moniker for its new hypercar as it inches closer to production. A year after the prototype debuted to the public, the model will be known as “ONE” from now on. Mercedes says the name befits its new top-of-the-line vehicle—as in “the One.” “The name stands for the highest automotive
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Nissan knows how to woo shoppers into a showroom. The 2019 Altima is offered in S, SR, SV, SL, and Platinum trim levels, with increasing features that will challenge its rivals. One thing Nissan does better than some of those rivals: its base cars get most of the good stuff, already. The base 2019 Altima
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We’re in the middle of Rennsport Reunion VI, an over-the-top celebration of everything Porsche that takes place every other year. And while we knew Porsche planned to reveal something new, there was no way we could have predicted it would be a new 935. View 11 Photos That’s right. There’s a new 935, and it’s
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