Owners of the new Audi E-Tron GT are in for a great deal of free charging, as they’re getting three years of totally free charging on the Electrify America charging network. The soon-to-launch Q4 E-Tron gets a relatively minor amount of free charging, as Audi is offering new buyers of that crossover 250 kWh of charging at Electrify America over the first two years of ownership. New buyers of BMW EVs will receive a $100 credit toward charging at EVGo’s charging stations.
With the auto industry pivoting toward complete electrification, it shouldn't be surprising that the development of new hybrid cars has basically screeched to a halt. Toyota/Lexus makes the bulk of them, while only Honda, Hyundai, Kia and Ford offer them at all.
Winter is coming, and if you're looking for some deals to help you prepare your vehicle for the cold months ahead, we've got you covered with some great offers from Tire Rack. Until November 8, you can take advantage of this Tire Rack promotion that could get you up to a $70 Visa reward either by mail-in or online rebate with the purchase of four new select Cooper brand tires. This deal will be around until November 8 and it could get you up to an $80 Bridgestone Visa Prepaid Card by mail, or up to $120 if you have a Tire Rack credit card that you're planning on using for the purchase.
When it comes to the lowest car insurance premiums, a minivan takes the top spot on this list filled with Jeeps, Subarus, Hondas, and Mazdas.
Buyers really want heated seats, and steering wheels. The annual study surveyed 90,000 recent car buyers to see which features were on their must-have lists.
Ford's iconic coupe takes the number one slot pretty convincingly this year, with 88.5% of its components coming from U.S. or Canadian sources. Appropriately, though perhaps confusingly, 21 models made the top 10 list in 2021. The top-ranked Mustang is a perfect example; The automatic drops into into a tie for 10th, right next to the EcoBoost model and Ram's 1500 Classic with the 3.6L V6.
If you plan on using a vehicle's third row a lot, let us at least make the suggestion that a minivan would be a smarter bet than anything you're going to see on this list of best three-row SUVs. The best do a particularly good job of being family friendly without looking like a drab transportation appliance, although really, you can't go wrong with any of the mainstream three-row SUVs. Note that we define crossovers as SUVs since most buyers use the terms interchangeably, but acknowledge that "crossover" is literally a vehicle with a car-like unibody structure as opposed to the truck-like, body-on-frame construction that traditionally has defined "SUV."
America's most popular car is also America's most stolen car in 2020. The Ford F-150 and its Super Duty F-Series siblings again topped the list of the 10 most stolen cars in the United States, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB), and vehicle thefts alarmingly jumped by 11% in 2020. NICB explained that it compiles its annual "Hot Wheels" report by analyzing vehicle theft data submitted by law enforcement agencies to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC).
Well, there are actually only nine cars in that price bracket. It's a compact sedan, which means it's significantly more spacious than the usual subcompact cars available in this price bracket. It comes standard with a six-speed manual, but you can get a CVT for an extra $900, and it still fits the budget at $19,785.
This particular car didn't have blind-spot warning or adaptive cruise control, but with the right options checked, it could have. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can be nice, but they can also cause enough headaches that it can be easier to use the car's native systems … including a 10-year-old BMW X5's. There are also more USB ports now and wireless charging, which is pretty clutch with Bluetooth Audio.
The average price of a new car keeps going up, but what does this translate to in yearly out-of-pocket costs? AAA just released a study that aims to answer this question. You may already be familiar with the idea — AAA performs this study (Your Driving Costs) every year and has done so since 1950.
There are so many electric cars, SUVs and even trucks on the horizon, that it's only a matter of time before we get a chance to drive something great enough to be included on this list of best electric cars (and to supplant one of the current choices). The EUV has considerably more backseat space, a vaguely more SUV-ish shape, subtle styling differences and eight fewer miles of range.
Sam Fiorani, VP of global vehicle forecasting at Auto Forecast Solutions, said, "The quality of vehicles has improved so much that a 150,000-mile Toyota Camry brings serious money." Ideally, when you've found a dealer or a private seller with a car you want at the price you want, you know what to look for.
The average price of a new car ($41,263 last month) is higher today than ever before. Unfortunately for those looking to save a few bucks by buying used, the average price of used cars is way up in 2021, too, and for a variety of reasons. In fact, according to a new study by iSeeCars.com, some lightly used models are actually selling for more money than they did when brand-new on the showroom floor.
If you're searching for the best hybrid SUV, the truth is there actually aren't that many choices. While there's an endless sea of those powered solely by gasoline, those that add batteries and superior fuel economy to the mix are few and far between. The top-selling and top-rated Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4 are not only available as hybrids, for instance, but are actually at their most appealing as hybrids.
The Kona continues to prove that a subcompact SUV can be fun to drive. It's certainly not the most spacious model, but its sharp handling, distinctive styling and attractive cabin with user-friendly tech help it stand out from the crowd.
Once upon a time, the idea of a luxury SUV meant a Range Rover, and even that was pretty agricultural by modern standards. Today, there is a staggering number of luxury SUVs available in every shape, size and price point. There are electric luxury SUVs like the Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-Pace, as well as gas-swilling, high-performance SUVs like the BMW X5 M and Mercedes-AMG G 63.
What is the best small SUV? This basically leaves us with three sizes of small SUV: compact, subcompact and the newest growing sub-segment that fits in between them. It doesn't really have a universally accepted name yet, so we're going with the suggestion by Autoblog reader John Prince: the midcompact SUV.
Our review of the 2022 GMC Yukon and Yukon XL where we provide everything you want to know about what's new, the interior, how it drives and more.
Our review of the 2022 Jaguar F-Pace where we go over its various trims and provide interior analysis, what's new for 2022, driving impressions and more.
Our review of the 2022 Mazda CX-30, which now comes standard with all-wheel drive. The turbo engine carries over and there's a new Carbon Edition.
Looking at the pricing, features, space, safety, tech and mpg of the entire Sonata lineup, including the Hybrid and N-Line.
With a respected nameplate, extra room and available AWD, the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross has some appeal for Toyota buyers, but the competition is better.
Our review of the full 2022 Toyota Sienna hybrid minivan, including LE, XLE, XSE, Limited, Platinum and Woodland Edition trims.
Our review of the 2022 Nissan Leaf and Leaf Plus lineup, including its electric ranges, specs, features, prices and what's new for 2022.
Our full review of the 2022 Crosstrek, including what's new, interior space and technology, fuel economy and performance, pricing and safety.