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Scion's edgy new crossover for the kids

When it goes on sale in late 2016 or early 2017, Scion's C-HR will tap into the global thirst for all things crossover.  » READ

Technology upgrades zoom into small cars


Cadillac's plug-in play: Hybrids first, then EV


Lincoln's mission: 'Core segments first'


Los Angeles' hits & mehs


Volvo on fast track to 100,000 sales target


L.A.'s Galpin Motors fills an exhibit hall with its custom rides


Kia aims Niro 'hybrid utility vehicle' at U.S. consumers


Nissan restyles Sentra


Escape bulks up, MKZ gets fresh face


Glimpses from a subdued Los Angeles show


Phone shrines, electronic shifter and infotaining: What people think of the Cadillac XT5


Aural sparkle, arachnids, and calzone stuffed with sushi-grade tuna: What people think of the Fiat 124 Spider


Spider 'ain't a badge exercise'


Next Caddy crossover due in '18


GM won't shy away from diesels, Reuss says


Nissan spruces up compact Sentra as competition grows


Fiat, Mazda clone a Miata to bring the Fiat 124 Spider back to life


Hyundai's tech trickles down to Elantra


Mazda joins turbo charge with CX-9's plush makeover


Subaru previews Impreza sedan with L.A. concept


Scion jumps into hot subcompact crossover fray with C-HR


Mitsubishi gives Outlander Sport, Mirage its family face


BMW confident X1, 7 series will drive N.A. sales growth in 2016


Mercedes-Benz touts fun-to-drive 'California car' 2017 SL roadster


Infiniti goes global with QX30 debuts in L.A., China


Buick's 3rd-gen LaCrosse adds sophistication, technology


Lincoln MKZ adopts rectangular face, new V-6 engine


Honda aims to 'surprise' with '16 Civic coupe


GMC boosts Denali subbrand with Canyon, Sierra