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GMC Terrain undergoes facelift for 2016

GMC, riding a hot streak in sales of utility vehicles, introduced a face-lifted version of the midsize Terrain today ahead of its debut at this week’s New York auto show. The vehicle gets new front and rear fascias, more safety equipment and other tweaks.  » READ
 

Lincoln to bring back Continental name

 

High stakes in the Big Apple

 

Buick Enclave upgrade gets Tuscan treatment

 

Scion iA sedan uncovered

 

Cadillac CT6 to pack 34-speaker Bose sound system

 

Toyota adding hybrid to 2016 RAV4 lineup

 

Mercedes adds plug-in hybrid to retooled GLE crossover line

 

Chevy revives Malibu hybrid with 2016 redesign

 

Jaguar's revamped XF sedan slims down to boost fuel efficiency

 

Land Rover adds Range Rover Sport HST for 2016

 

Chevrolet's Teen Driver safety feature to debut on redesigned Malibu

 

Scion plans revival with iM hatchback, iA compact sedan

 

Optima's prime

 

Mitsubishi to show new design language with 2016 Outlander

 

Cadillac looks to exploit mismatches vs. Germans with CT6

 

Cadillac will fit CT6 with a new twin-turbo V6

 

Lexus aims to recapture luxury sales crown with retooled RX

 

Kia's redesigned Optima retains racy, sleek profile

 

Scion plans revival with iM hatchback, iA compact sedan

 

Jaguar's redesigned XF sedan set for New York debut

 

Chevy readies redesigned Spark for New York, Seoul

 

GM drops more hints about 2016 Chevy Malibu

 

Chevrolet readies redesigned Spark for New York

 

Next Malibu tackles weight, space challenges

 

Nissan flashes a true-to-concept 2016 Maxima

 

Toyota's Scion to add first sedan to struggling lineup

 

Fastback Maxima?

 

Nissan's 2016 Maxima drives back to roots

 

Chevy Trax will start at $20,995 in U.S. debut