2018 BMW 4 Series review
How Much Has BMW Changed in the 2018 Model Year 4-Series?

The compact executive Coupe from BMW was first announced back in December 2012, as a step up from the BMW 3 Series. For 2018, BMW have revitalized the 4 Series; at first glance, not much has changed, but look a little deeper and there’s plenty of stuff happening that makes it so much better, and we won’t have to wait too long to see it.

2017-05-31
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2018 Mercedes CLS
New Mercedes-Benz CLS for 2018 Will Get Rid of V8 Engine?

Mercedes has said that the new Mercedes-Benz CLS will be significantly different from the current model. What could we expect from it? No one has seen any designs, sketches, renderings or test mules of the new car, but there are expectations that it will be the new best-selling model.

2017-05-30
2018 Chevy Avalanche
Will The 2018 Avalanche Will Feature More Sleek Design?

Chevy Avalanche is a large beast of a pickup truck, life-sized, as the Americans say. The next generation of the model, the Chevy Avalanche of 2018, will undergo many changes and improvements to keep the Nissan Navara and Toyota Tundra competitive.

2017-05-29
2018 BMW 5-series
Hybrid Power for the new 2018 BMW 5 Series

The BMW 5 Series has been around for decades, it’s BMW’s second best-selling model (after the 3 Series) and it seems it’s just a money-making machine for BMW – in 2010, sales of the 5 Series accounted for almost 50% of BMW’s overall profits. It’s popular, modern and looks great, just how can BMW improve on it for 2018?

2017-05-12
2018 chevy tahoe
Thinking of spending $80,000 on an SUV? Could the 2018 Chevy Tahoe fit that bill?

The updated 2018 model year Tahoe doesn’t bring something completely new, except the trim configurations change. However, there is something special appear – new RST version built to compete with Dodge’s SRT vehicles – means over 400 horsepower under the hood of full-size SUV!

2017-05-10
2017 Dodge Dart
The New 2017 Dodge Dart Put High Stakes On Sport

The compact car by Fiat Chrysler under the Dodge Dart name had promised to ceased in 2017, but it is here – however unchanged – provide the same level of equipment for the low price. But what is more important it is the most driver-oriented affordable compact car in the market.

2017 Chevy Blazer
Will The Next Chevrolet Blazer Be 2-Door or 4-Door?

The Blazer used to be one of the most popular SUVs on the market back in the 1990s, featuring brutal appearance, powerful powertrains, but have the lack of practicality. The next generation of the car is promising not to replace the Tahoe, but add more affordable and compact version to the line-up.

2017 Mitsubishi Galant
The 2017 Mitsubishi Galant Is Back and Better than before

2017 Mitsubishi Galant is an elegant and classy car which will provide a lot of electronic features and two engine options. The release of all-new Galant is expected sometime in 2017. The car should bring the brand back to the mid-size sedan market.

2017-05-05
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2018 Mazda CX-9
Not Much Change for the New Mazda CX-9

Mazda first introduced the mid-size CX-9 crossover SUV back in 2006 and not much changed for ten years. For 2016, Mazda gave the CX-9 significant updates, including a complete platform change from the Ford CD3 platform – shared with the Ford Edge & Fusion. Will we see much change for 2018? We don’t think so.

2017-05-03
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2017 Cadillac Eldorado concept
The Cadillac Eldorado 2017 Is The Golden One

The Cadillac Eldorado has been around almost since the invention of the car, or at least that’s how it seems – Cadillac put the Eldorado in to production all the way back in 1953 and it lasted until 2002 – nearly fifty years of solid production, that’s pretty remarkable. Even more so is that for 2017, Cadillac want to bring that famous name back.

2017-04-28
2017 Mitsubishi 3000GT
The successful 2017 Mitsubishi 3000GT Is Back From Rally to Road

The legendary 3000GT was one of the most hi-tech vehicles not only in Mitsubishi line-up but in a nutshell. Rumors about the successor of sports car are quite popular. However, the appearance of such vehicle in the Mitsubishi model line, after the recent merge with Renault-Nissan is fairly questionable.

2017 Buick Grand National
The 2017 Buick Grand National Is Back and Better Than Ever

The car is going to be based on next generation Regal, however is unlikely to be front wheel drive. Buick needs a proper sports car, so the rumors about the relaunch of Grand Sport and Grand National brand seems to be quite truthful. However, we know only little about the future car, even the body type is questioned.

2017 Ford Ranchero
400+ BHP Truck? The 2017 Ford Ranchero May Just Have a Beast Underneath

The new Ranchero is promised to be the next resurrection of the famous Ford’s model. The new pickup will be much more like the Australian Ute, or legendary muscle car pickup trucks from the 1960s like El Camino. The car is likely to get rear-wheel drive layout and powerful EcoBoost engines on board.

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2018 Ford Edge
Will 2018 Ford Edge Be More Sportier?

Ford introduced the Edge SUV crossover at the Detroit, North American International Auto Show back in January 2006, with production starting October of the same year. It has gone on to one of Ford’s best-selling models and they continue to give minor updates and improvements to keep it fresh. The new model will get a ‘Sport Appearance’ package.

2017-04-27
2018 Volkswagen Jetta
No Diesel Or Non-Turbocharged Engines for the 2018 Volkswagen Jetta

Jetta is not a simple sedan version of the Golf – it is a car one step closer to mid-size Passat. The new 2018 model year car is expected to have total redesign, features different styling. The interior is likely to mimic the one used in the latest generation Golf. The powertrain range will include only turbocharged units.

2017-04-21
2017 Toyota FJ Cruiser
The Next Toyota FJ Cruiser With High Hopes For Relaunch

Toyota FJ Cruiser is a real phenomenon – the car is more popular now (and sometimes more expensive!) than as it was in new condition. That is why Toyota should definitely think of relaunch of such popular SUV. It is rumored to happen sometime around 2017-2018.

2018 Volvo V60
The 2018 Volvo V60 Means The Wagon King Is Back!

The Volvo name is synonymous with safety, boxy designs, big bumpers and Wagons. You can’t mention ‘Volvo’ without getting a mental image of a big, square edged wagon that looked like it could drive through a wall without coming to harm. Now though, Volvo have brought style to the engineering, and it works.

2017-04-19
2018 Audi RS5
The 2018 Audi RS5 Is A BMW M Cars Beater

We haven’t had an Audi RS5 since 2015, but Audi have just officially debuted the new RS5 at the Geneva Auto Show in March. They’ve dropped the V8 from the line-up, but introduced a V6 bi-turbo with the same level of horsepower and a huge increase in torque – up 124 lbs/ft. Audi say it will be an M4 beater, and on paper, it’s looking good.

2018 Dodge Ram
Modified Engines for the New 2018 Dodge Ram

The upcoming 2018 Dodge Ram is expected to have quite a lot of changes. Starting with the updated design (facelift expected) to new powertrain options. There are also a few patents connected with new Ram truck registered, features very convenient solutions.

2017-04-17
More Chrome Than a Chroming Factory In The 2018 Escalade

Next generation of the popular luxurious SUV from Cadillac is expected to be better in every aspect. Starting with a freshened body design to be prettier, to even more luxurious interior. However, the powertrain options of the 2018 Escalade is likely to remain the same.

2017-04-14
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