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The Toyota Corolla compact sedan is one of the best-selling vehicles worldwide, nearing 40 million units sold since its debut in 1966.
This is the first post of a three-part series featuring some of the exciting news and developments in the connected-car industry.
Inefficient operations, massive incentives, and drastic declines in sales ended in two bankruptcies - with Ford the lone survivor - and a huge cash crunch.
You're not alone. "Downsizing", as it's called, involves using a smaller engine to do the work of a larger alternative--usually through turbocharging--while enjoying the fuel efficiency benefits associated with its size.
The facelift version of the Ford Focus has been recently spotted testing, in right-hand drive, on a mountain road, with light camouflage on its body.
Toyota is giving the Corolla a sportier look and more gadgets, a recognition by the world's biggest automaker that the under-50 crowd wants more than just reliability in a compact car.
After ballyhooing ever-bigger V-8s for years, the auto industry is now jostling for bragging rights when it comes to making usable engines as small as possible -- and thus more fuel efficient.
After requiring financial help from the government in 2009, is General Motors Company back on a flying lap? Will the world's biggest automaker - Toyota Motor Corporation - show its strength in North America too? Will Ford Motor Company 's reliability and performance help it find greener pastures again? In this article, you will find the answers ... (more)
The 120-car entry faced dusty conditions on the 44-mile event, based around Sherwood Forest, and some marshals wore dust masks due to the conditions in the forest.
In 2010, Lincoln announced ambitious plans to launch seven new models in the U.S. market by 2014.
Someone looking for an affordable compact sedan could do a lot worse than the Sentra.
Back in April I was enthusing about Skoda's Rapid; now comes a car that is identical in many respects, but still manages to finish up slightly better all round.
Toyota's Corolla is getting a radical new look. A sportier new version aims to shed the low-cost image and attract younger buyers.
The 2013 Ford C-Max Energi is a plug-in hybrid. But if you keep your trip lengths relatively short, and get in the habit of plugging in at home and perhaps at work, it does a really good job pretending it's an all-electric car.