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The redesigned compact crossover is expected in 2017. » More on this product
The next-generation Mercedes-Benz E-class wagon will retain its spaciousness while featuring sportier styling. » More on this product
FCA has taken a donor car with an excellent pedigree -- the MX-5 Mazda Miata -- and grafted onto it a Fiat 1.4-liter turbocharged I-4 engine and styling. » More on this product
The Ford Fiesta, which has been criticized for a cramped interior relative to its competitors. » More on this product
GM chopped more than 6 inches of wheelbase and 700 pounds in an effort to right-size the Acadia for the midsize crossover segment. » More on this product
Daimler will lift the curtain on its much-anticipated long-distance Mercedes-Benz electric car at the Paris auto show in October 2016. » More on this product
A plug-in hybrid version of the GLC is likely. » More on this product
The electric version of the redesigned Smart ForTwo will go on sale in the U.S. at the end of 2016. » More on this product
The V90 wagon represents the third vehicle created under Volvo's modular platform and powertrain strategy devised after Volvo was sold by Ford Motor Co. » More on this product
Volvo’s flagship sedan will be renamed the S90 when it goes on sale in July 2016. » More on this product
Audi hopes a lighter, more spacious and better equipped A5 Coupe will boost sales. » More on this product
The next-generation Dodge Charger is expected to shed nearly 500 pounds from its base curb weight and could come with a 300-hp, twin-turbo inline-four engine in development for the 2018 Jeep Wrangler. » More on this product
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