It's on: Toyota's V-6 vs. Honda's turboJuly 24
Shifting sands for full-size sedansJuly 24
Sedan savior?July 17
The Honda Accord, like its contemporaries, will have an uphill battle in enticing buyers to choose sedans over other segments. Utility vehicles have virtually eliminated the gap in fuel efficiency, cost and ride quality.
Lynk & CO sedan caught testing in GermanyJuly 10
Honda Accord goes turbo, drops V-6 for 2018June 9
For Lexus sedans, it could be do or dieApril 29
Toyota's Carter: As U.S. peaks, spiffs 'higher than we've ever experienced'April 12
First Shift: Buick's Regal plan: No sedanApril 5
Buick Regal wagon spotted testing in U.S., GermanyMarch 17
A test mule of the Buick Regal TourX -- a name trademarked by General Motors in 2015 -- has been spotted in Michigan and Germany, and it looks nearly identical to the Opel Insignia Sports Tourer wagon that debuted at the Geneva auto show this month.
Buick expected to replace Regal sedan with 5-door hatch, wagonMarch 14
Lexus takes aim at Mercedes, Tesla with new hybrid sedanMarch 8
Dealer's first overflow lot in 37 years sign of U.S. inventory pileupFeb. 28
Across dealer lots in America, inventory is piling up as automakers produce more cars than are being bought. Dealers had about 85 days worth of cars and trucks on hand at the beginning of February -- about 22 days more than at the beginning of 2017 and eight days more than a year earlier.