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A redesign is expected in 2019 as a 2020 model.
The long-delayed midsize luxury sport sedan is beginning to trickle into U.S. showrooms.
The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio is the first crossover from the resurrected brand and key to Fiat Chryslerís hopes of restoring Alfa Romao to global relevance.
Ford dropped an engine and lowered the hood on the Mustang as part of the venerable pony carís 2018 model year freshening.
Mercedes has expanded its GT lineup with the GT R, GT Roadster, GT C Roadster, GT S and GT C Coupe Edition 50 variants.
The Armada will be slightly longer, gaining 1.2 inches of length despite trimming smaller, losing 2.1 inches of wheelbase, and 2.2 inches lower.
The hatch version of Nissanís subcompact nameplate was freshened for 2017 with a new front end and interior trim changes.
Subaruís high performance duo both received a slight refresh for the 2018 model year.
Production of the 200 ended in December.
Production ended in September. No replacement plan has been announced by FCA.
A seven-seat, three-row crossover the size of sibling brand Land Roverís Range Rover models is likely in 2019.
The I-Pace is Jaguarís first full-electric car.
The Jaguar E-Pace is slightly smaller than the F-Pace and will be powered by Jaguar Land Rover's four-cylinder Ingenium engine family.
The Volkswagen Atlas, the automakerís new three-row crossover, is due to arrive in U.S. dealerships in spring 2017.
The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan has grown 11 inches in length from the current model and will offer available third-row seating.
VWís top-selling nameplate gets a key redesign in 2018, moving to the MQB platform.
Mercedes-Benz unveiled a freshened version of the GLA entry-level crossover on the eve of the 2017 Detroit auto show.
The mid-size Mercedes-Benz pickup has a name and itís the X class.
Look for this midsize sedan to be the next Acura model to pick up the new corporate face when a freshened version bows in the first half of 2017.
Expect a redesigned RDX to bow later this year or early 2018, most likely as a 2019 model.
New features in the 5 series include active cruise control that uses radar to adapt to stop-and-go traffic as standard equipment, active lane-keeping and traffic-jam assist that work semiautonomously and operate at speeds up to 130 mph, and side collision avoidance that works at speeds between 40 and 130 mph.
The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox will be shorter and lighter than the model it replaces and will be the first compact crossover offered in the U.S. with a diesel engine.
The second generation of Chevyís large crossover is scheduled to go into production by mid-2017. Chevrolet is giving its largest crossover, the 2018 Traverse, a more trucklike appearance and feel, while improving handling and fuel economy by dropping 362 pounds.