The flagship of the Jeep brand, the Wrangler is one of the most easily-recognized and cultishly followed vehicles in America. When Jeep announces a new-generation of the Wrangler, it’s an event as momentous as Haley’s Comet: both rare and much-anticipated. Read about it at NewAtlas.com.
Currently in its third generation, the Jeep Wrangler is instantly recognizable. A descendent of the Willys Jeep of the Second World War, the Wrangler entered the market in 1987 on the YJ chassis and progressed through the TJ and current JK chassis. Jeep has teased its fourth-generation Wrangler coming for …
The 2018 Nissan LEAF was unveiled with pomp and flair. As the best-selling electric car on record, the LEAF is often Nissan’s showcase of new technology. With the 2018 model redesign, Nissan went premium-level while lowering the LEAF’s price tag. Read more at EVmeme.com.
The new Buick Enclave has seen a total redesign from head to toe and is now bigger, more luxurious, and stronger than its predecessor. The 2018 Enclave showcases the Buick brand’s new Evonik Acrylite lighting technology, along with a new engine and transmission. Read more at NewAtlas.com.
Toyota introduced the RAV4 Hybridas a new model in the RAV4 lineup for 2016. The whole RAV4 group got a bit of an update this year in looks and interior, but the RAV4 Hybrid definitely takes the stage as the next evolution of the popular little crossover. Read the review …
Nissan has debuted a redesigned Armada full-sized sport utility vehicle at the 2016 Chicago Auto Show. With enhanced, refined looks, a new engine, and top-end safety features, the Armada takes several cues from the Infiniti line. Read about it at Gizmag.com.
Scion debuted two new cars this year to replace the aging xB and add a new sedan to the mix. The iA is that new sedan and it’s an excellent little car that offers a lot for a small price tag. Read more at FutureCars.com.