• Next Hyundai Sonata

    It is already looking really good. And original too. Most of the competition, like the Accord and Camry, will look old compare to this.It looks closer to a Passat CC. Not a bad thing. And the chrome strip going all the way to the front of the car is a cool touch. We’ll see the… Continue reading Next Hyundai Sonata

  • R.I.P Pontiac????

    There is a new rumor about GM making an announcement this coming Monday about officially killing the Pontiac brand. I hope this isn’t true. I love cars. And I hate to see any brand being killed off. Especially one that has some really good cars to offer. The Solstice isn’t for everyone, but it is… Continue reading R.I.P Pontiac????

  • Chery A3

    No matter who it is for, Pininfarina knows how to design a decent looking compact…

  • Rich M1

    Rich is the new “Luxury” brand of Chinese carmaker Chery. I guess in this case, “luxury” doesn’t mean big. Or fancy. Or expensive. Or classy. All you get for the price is a funky looking little car (that shouldn’t really be part of a luxury brand) plus a horrific and vulgar copy of the Bentley… Continue reading Rich M1

  • Chinese Auto Show medley

    Brilliance FSVGeely iGGreatwall M3 SUVJAC B ClassRoewe 550 R5 Here are a few of the cars and concept that were introduced this week in Shanghai. Which one would you actually consider if it ever made it in the US

  • 2010 Toyota Prius prices

    The whole thing, including options: …………. Prius I To be released at a later date $21,000 Prius II $22,000 – 1.8-liter Atkinson cycle engine – P195/65 R15 all-season tires with alloy wheels & covers – Smart Key (driver’s door) and Push Button start – EV, Eco, and Power modes – Multi-Informational Display with energy monitor… Continue reading 2010 Toyota Prius prices

  • Buick Business Concept

    From the Chinese auto show, where Buick is far more popular than over here. We won’t see this anytime soon, we’ll see a Buick version of the Saturn Vue before this one.Buick is now rumored to become the “Opel importer” brand for GM.

  • 2010 Toyota Prius price

    In a surprising move, Toyota has priced the all new Prius $1000 cheaper than the old one. For $21 000 you now get a roomier, more powerful car that gets even better gas mileage.And it is only about $1200 more than the smaller Honda Insight.