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Crossover boom moves downscale; Toyota plans to join stampede

Prompted by lifestyle changes among Generation Y buyers, Honda, Fiat and Mazda joined the stampede to introduce smaller entries in the booming crossover market as the industry seeks younger buyers.  » READ
 

Nissan Juke gets a little Jukier, adds features

 

500X will help Fiat in U.S. where it snows

 

Acura retools ILX with more power, 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox

 

Chrysler 300 refreshed with rotary shifter, updated front fascia

 

Cadillac chief envisions $250,000 flagship car -- in 2029

 

Chevy Colorado, in ZR2 gear, is ready to hit the rocky trails

 

Scion looks to end product drought with iM hatchback

 

Lexus LF-C2 concept zeros in on younger buyers

 

Honda joins small-crossover fray with HR-V

 

VW to bring Golf Alltrack to U.S. in 2016 to take on Subaru

 

VW embraces hydrogen with Golf SportWagen HyMotion

 

Ford freshens Explorer with higher trim package for '16

 

Mazda hopes CX-5, Mazda6 facelifts turn heads

 

Jaguar beefs up powertrain options on F-Type

 

Bentley drops the top on Mulsanne flagship

 

Maybach returns with lavish interior, lower price

 

Mazda zoom zooms into tiny CUVs with CX-3

 

Cadillac rolls out V series versions of ATS sedan, coupe

 

Audi Prologue concept marks new styling direction

 

Ford preps larger, 3-row Edge for China

 

VW Golf R wagon -- a first -- packs 296 hp

 

Shelby GT350 Mustang guns for Europe's performance cars

 

Flagships, cute utes headline L.A. show

 

Scion's iM and what comes after

 

Scion readies iM Concept for L.A. Auto Show

 

Porsche goes bling with two-tone Panamera Exclusive Series

 

A new Audi range-topper?

 

Maybach to make its comeback in L.A.

 

Volvo's L.A. surprise