1 hr ago | Digital Trends
In case you haven't been paying attention, Hyundai is on a roll. Once the icon of the down-market import, Hyundai's designers have had their ears to the ground and are now consistently producing some of the best-looking - and unusual - affordable cars on the market today.
3 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Hyundai's Elantra compact continues to eke out small sales gains month after month in 2013, while sales of the Honda Civic have spent the last four months sliding in a downward direction.
11 hrs ago | Tigard Times
The redesigned 2014 Subaru Forester won the Family Class category of Mudfest this year.
Auto production in Alabama rose 8 percent during the first four months of this year, as the industry continues to benefit from growing new vehicle demand in the U.S. and abroad.
The styling that persisted since the 1960's seemingly unchanged is gone and has been replaced by sleek looks that play up the feline soul of the brand.
Here is a collection of five luxury cars you can take home from a local dealership today.
It has not taken long for spy images of these new and upcoming cars from Hyundai to be revealed online.
New generation Toyota Corolla is all set to make debut on 6th June 2013, as confirmed by the official Facebook page of carmaker, which also tend the viewers to be excited for the launch.
Designers turned a Hyundai Velostar into the Velocity concept vehicle. The car boasts a 400-horsepower engine.
The Kia Quoris luxury sedan will make its U.S. debut in 2014. That's what our colleagues at Automotive.com learned from a Kia official during the launch of the 2014 Kia Cadenza sedan.
In evaluating his marketing strategy in the aftermath of the federal-government wrist-slap last fall for two years of mileage overstatement, Hyundai of America CMO Steve Shannon might want to appropriate a slogan from the brand's newest advertising campaign about something entirely different: "It's All Good." These days, Hyundai is using that tag ... (more)
She's helped to protect our country's freedom, and now she's getting the keys to her own piece of freedom... A new set of wheels.
The beloved RAV4 was strategically reborn as a compact crossover this year, and Toyota is betting on capturing the hearts of SUV-loving Koreans by competing with Honda's CRV, Volkswagen's Tiguan and, more importantly, Hyundai's Santa Fe.
If any midsize family sedan looks fancy enough to command a price tag of over $35,000, it's the Kia Optima.