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Jeep Renegade Vs. Kia Soul: Compare Cars

Believe it or not, the Jeep Renegade and the Kia Soul are frequently compared by buyers seeking a small, square-ish, carry-all utility vehicle. While they’re both upright five-door hatchback shapes, each has a distinct personality, and they could hardly be more different. The Renegade is Jeep’s littlest SUV, with exaggeratedRead More

Ford Explorer Vs. Kia Sorento: Compare Cars

The fight for the family dollar has split the mid-size SUV class into smaller segments. Buyers can opt for vehicles that are larger or smaller, offer two rows of seats or three, and come with engines ranging from naturally aspirated fours to turbocharged V-6s. The duo we’re pitting against eachRead More

The future of motoring – what will cars be like in 25 years?

How will the motoring landscape look 25 years from now? Will the combustion engine be dead? We look into the crystal ball to picture the future for cars and driving Relax: a quarter of a century from now, those of us who enjoy driving will still be turning the steeringRead More

20% Of Cars Under Recall, 2016 Ford Fiesta, 2018 Lexus LC 500h: What’s New @ The Car Connection

From The Car Connection: Study: Nearly 20% Of U.S. Cars Are Under Recall We’ve seen an especially high number of auto recalls over the past couple of years. In 2014 alone, 64 million vehicles in the U.S. were recalled — a new record. Thanks to the ongoing Takata airbag fiascoRead More

What Does ‘Mobility’ Even Mean, And How Will It Affect Tomorrow’s Cars?

Everywhere you turn, people in the automotive industry are talking about “mobility” — or more often, “the future of mobility”. That sounds awfully fancy and sophisticated, but what the heck does it mean? ALSO SEE: Tesla Model S By Radio Flyer: No Driver’s License Required When you and I talkRead More

Honda Civic Vs. Toyota Corolla: Compare Cars

The Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic are two of the best-selling compact sedans in the U.S., and each has been with us for more than 40 years now. The 2016 Civic is an all-new and much more stylish model this year, while the 2016 Corolla is in its third modelRead More

Toyota Prius Vs. Honda Fit: Compare Cars

The Toyota Prius hybrid remains the most fuel-efficient vehicle sold in the U.S. without a plug: 52 mpg combined for this year’s all-new model. Every facet of every Prius reflects the car’s designers and engineers striving for maximal efficiency from every drop of fuel. But the smaller Honda Fit sitsRead More

Study: Nearly 20% Of U.S. Cars Are Under Recall

We’ve seen an especially high number of auto recalls over the past couple of years. In 2014 alone, 64 million vehicles in the U.S. were recalled — a new record. Thanks to the ongoing Takata airbag fiasco and Volkswagen’s Dieselgate crisis, dealer service centers will likely be busy for months,Read More

Kia Sorento Vs. Honda CR-V: Compare Cars

Crossover SUVs come in many sizes, and shoppers don’t always compare vehicles with exactly the same attributes. So we weren’t too surprised when research showed two of the most-often-compared crossovers on The Car Connection are the Kia Sorento and the Honda CR-V. After all, both are aimed right at theRead More

Chevy Cruze Vs. Hyundai Elantra: Compare Cars

Today’s economy cars are do-it-alls. They’re practically mid-sizers, with styling that has set trends, and features that sometimes outpoint much more expensive rivals. Two highly-rated four-doors fight head to head for shoppers looking for reasonable performance for about $ 20,000–but between them, is the 2017 Hyundai Elantra or the 2015Read More

Jeep Grand Cherokee Vs. Ford Explorer: Compare Cars

The Ford Explorer and Jeep Grand Cherokee are two models that busy households are likely to consider as their core family vehicle. Both of these models have quite the nameplate recognition in the U.S.; and both have a heritage built allusions to a rugged lifestyle. Today these two deliver thatRead More

Honda HR-V Vs. Mazda CX-3: Compare Cars

We’re in the midst of a small-SUV explosion. Big-name automakers are slotting new utility vehicles at the entry position in their lineups, blending hatchback bodies with tall-wagon rooflines and SUV-style all-wheel drive. Two of the most interesting new offerings are from automakers with a reputation for lean, sporty driving. WhichRead More