The once popular catchphrase for performance “There’s no replacement for displacement” has given way to a more-difficult-to-catchphrase phenomenon wherein smaller, turbocharged engines are replacing larger, naturally aspirated ones. Maybe “size doesn’t matter” is a good way to describe the trend, and either way, power figures are on the rise. So consider…""
Hyundai portrays itself as all-in for electrification of its vehicle lineup, and the soon-to-arrive compact Ioniq will amplify that message. Meanwhile, the Sonata plug-in hybrid carries Hyundai’s electric banner, rolling into the 2017 model year with modest updates and at least one bragging point. READ MORE ›› …""
Jaguar’s new XE compact sports sedan just launched in the United States last year, and already it is the recipient of several updates for 2018. The base 25t model gets an all-new inline-four plucked from Jaguar’s Ingenium powertrain family, while there’s now a range-topping XE S model with more horsepower…""
Stops to the gas station are what they are. They add time to trips, they can sometimes make clothes smell weird (or good, if you’re like us), and oh, yeah, you spend money. Jaguar Land Rover, in conjunction with Shell gasoline, is taking a crack at streamlining the fill-up process with an in-car Shell…""
The unprecedented vehicle buyback of Volkswagen TDIs has spawned a cottage industry in which some enterprising dealers and individuals have begun to acquire scandal-affected vehicles en masse. Technically, it is not illegal for someone to buy multiple TDI cars and sell them back to Volkswagen. What would raise some red…""
The French and Germans are dancing again to an American beat, with General Motors in confirmed discussions to sell its Opel and Vauxhall operations to PSA Group (the parent of Peugeot and Citroën). The two corporations previously bopped to a similar beat in 2012, when merging Opel with PSA was floated…""