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As the Digital Age has an increasing influence on retail shopping, a new J.D. Power study shows that when it comes to the car-buying experience, the personal touch still matters.
Buick is busy in 2018. The company’s full-size SUV, the Enclave, is completely redesigned and launches Buick’s new Avenir luxury sub-brand. The midsize Regal is also new for 2018.
The A5 Sportback brings hatchback utility, a coupe-like profile, and passenger sedan friendliness together in a sexy, pleasurable package. Find out what our expert thinks in our PowerSteering review of the 2018 Audi A5...
Acura is a brand in transition. For 2018, the TLX and RLX sedans adopt Acura’s new exterior design themes, while the ILX sedan and RDX SUV patiently await overdue redesigns.
Submitting auto loan applications by computer can increase overall customer satisfaction with the vehicle-buying experience. Learn more insights from the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Consumer Financing Satisfaction Study.
During the past week, Mercedes-Benz USA issued several recalls of light passenger vehicles from the 2015 through 2018 model years. The recalls affect a total of 5,726 vehicles.
Chevrolet has unleashed its most powerful and best performing sports car ever, in the form of the 2019 Corvette ZR1.
Coming soon, the Ram truck brand will add one more personalized, special-edition package in vivid blue to its Ram 1500 large pickup lineup.
Given the depth and breadth of the Mercedes-Benz lineup, it is no surprise that many changes are in store for 2018. Most significantly, the E-Class lineup adds redesigned coupe and convertible body styles, while the sedan and wagon offerings expand.
For 2018, the Hyundai Sonata gets a facelift and some improvements in ride quality, along with newly standard safety equipment to make it an even better value.