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Getting a little sideways with seven friends.
Here’s what an apocalypse-ready off-road Veloster looks like.
The ruggedized wagon returns with tons of technology and a special aniversary edition.
Leak suggests a big ol’ price for the SUV’s diesel powertrain.
In one configuration, the new 3.0-liter turbodiesel V-6 is as efficient as a 2.0T manual Honda Accord.
A fourth-generation example looks pristine.
Segment underdog receives a significant update.
It offers up to seven seats, too.
The Willys model returns alongside one called the Black & Tan.
The updates to the U.S. car are previewed by the Japanese-market version.
Range and MPG figures for both the rear- and all-wheel-drive versions have been released.
And the convertible is just 102 pounds heavier than the coupe.
It seems to take aim at the BMW X4 and Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe.
BRZ tS returns with a smaller wing and bronze wheels.
New small and large crossovers would bookend the lineup.
Volkswagen’s hottest hatch is gone — for now
Ten bucks off per horsepower? Yes, please!
A company executive confirms that work is underway.
Mainstream design proves eco-friendly cars don’t have to look weird.
Midsize pickup missed required scores in two key categories.