This year, Saab revealed the third variant of the 9-3 model line, the SportCombi. The name may be strange, but it allows hard-core Saab people who were disappointed by the current 9-3's trunk-back configuration to think of this new model as the 9-3 hatchback they were hoping for, while everybody els
The 2006 Honda Civic is redesigned, and Honda wants you to believe that it's still cool. To that end, the Civic shown initially at the 2005 Chicago Auto Show and here in New York is a two-door Si coupe concept that represents 90 percent of the production car, which will be unveiled at the Specialty
Dodge presents a new take on the small car with its Caliber concept. Looking at the pictures, you might think that this car is similar in size to Chrysler Pacifica, but it's not much bigger than a PT Cruiser.
Look familiar? You might be asking yourself why Toyota is displaying its 2003 Detroit show concept again in 2005. It may have concept car looks, but this FJ Cruiser is the production vehicle that you'll be able to buy at your Toyota dealership in early 2006.
The 2006 Buick Lucerne puts a new face on a well-known GM formula: a front-drive sedan with a 3.8-liter, pushrod V-6. This engine is nearly as legendary for longevity as the Chevrolet 350, and just about as ancient, too.
The Chrysler 300C, Automobile Magazine's 2005 Automobile of the Year, has been made even more irresistible with the addition of more power. With 425 horsepower on tap, the 300C SRT-8 has the most powerful V-8 ever offered by the Chrysler Group.
The truck world may never be the same. This month the all-new Ridgeline pickup will land at Honda dealerships across the country, further complicating the decision of truck buyers who in simpler days would have listed Chevy, Dodge, Ford, and maybe GMC as their only options.
As Volkswagen tries to shake itself out of the sales doldrums in the U.S., the new-generation Jetta had its worldwide debut in Los Angeles. No wonder, since this sedan accounts for forty percent of VW sales in America.
The Volkswagen Passat, which will go on sale in the U.S. later this year, was inexplicably absent from the New York Auto Show, but we're showing it to you, our adoring fans, because we want to give you more New York show than the actual show offers.