Next Expedition spotted.
Mazda movie magic.
The 2014 Land Rover LR4 is still as boxy as it’s ever been, but the three-row luxury SUV will be more efficient than its predecessors.
First we saw Chrysler’s Pentastar V-6 in 3.6-liter form, then as a 3.2-liter engine.
Lexus is bringing a new concept to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, and pictured above is all we know so far — really.
The Ford Everest concept just debuted in Australia, but don’t expect a production version to ever see U.S.
Though the SRT Viper was just launched in 2013, the 2014 model sees a price increase of $2000 over the 2013’s introductory price.
Potential 2014 Jeep Cherokee buyers now have another way to prepare themselves for the crossover’s imminent U.S.
The Toyota Tundra burst back onto the full-size truck scene for 2007 with more attitude, space, and capabilities.
The 2014 Honda CR-V has been priced.
Chrysler may be extending production of existing models such as the Dodge Grand Caravan and Dodge Avenger, The Detroit News reports.
Toyota and Ford are going their separate ways when it comes to developing a rear-drive SUV and truck hybrid system.
Mercedes has just released a great way for enthusiasts everywhere to waste five minutes — with the new 2014 CLA250 build-your-own feature.
Full-size pickup customers who prioritize fuel economy may want to put Chevrolet and GMC back on their list.
Lexus isn’t going further downmarket than the CT 200h hybrid hatch, but a sedan variant of the CT could help expand the lineup and increase sales.
Buttons and knobs are returning to Ford cabins.
Nearly every 2014 Audi has been officially priced, from the base-model A4 to the 12-cylinder A8.
Mopar’s version of the new 2013 Dodge Dart compact sedan has been priced at $26,480, including destination.
Priced at $38,300.
Volkswagen and Toyota will soon be joined by Chevrolet, GMC, and Buick when it comes to offering complimentary maintenance plans.