Posts Tagged “brings”
The Fiat 500X was introduced last year as the first four-door crossover in the Fiat lineup for North America. Its exterior look is much like the tiny 500, but its underpinnings are co-designed with Jeep. For 2017, the 500X sees little change from last year. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
We drove both the standard Rogue and the Rogue Hybrid for the 2017 model year and were impressed at the extra efficiency and drive dynamics that ,200 in price difference brings to the Hybrid model. This is possibly the best Rogue yet. Read the review at FutureCars.com.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia is important for the Italian brand as it marks the return of Alfa Romeo to the North American market as a mainstream vehicle, especially in its more accessible four-cylinder models. The Giulia exudes Italian style and appeal, and it handles wonderfully well, but is it the complete package? Read the review…
Nissan let us drive their new, smaller Rogue model known as the 2017 Rogue Sport at their headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee. Hands on the wheel, we realized that this is a compact crossover having more in common with the European Qashqai than with the American Rogue. Read about it at NewAtlas.com.
We recently went to California to check out the 2017 Pathfinder, and gave it a quick spin. The real surprise, though, was in the new design for this SUV turned crossover and who wanted those changes. In Nissan’s “Year of the Truck” campaign, its most recognizable CUV plays a surprising part. Read more at NewAtlas.com.
Fiat is working on building its brand in North America. It started with the iconic little 500, then expanded on that with the 500L and the 500X. Now it’s finally ready to look beyond its smallest car and offer something else. At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Fiat unveiled a new rendition of an old…
The idea of driving a car on compressed air is not new, but is often scoffed at. Peugeot thinks they’ve figured it out and have a 141 mpg demonstration car to prove it. Read more at TorqueNews.com.