Infiniti Culls Another Hybrid From Its Lineup
Who isn’t talking about the Infiniti Q70? Okay, maybe more than a few people. The Infiniti brand’s largest passenger car enjoys low but fairly stable sales, returning volume in the high 5,000s in both 2017 and 2016. Alongside the rear-drive, V6- or V8-powered four-door was a hybrid variant, but that green companion dies for 2019 […] The post Infiniti Culls Another Hybrid From Its Lineup appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
The Discovery Sport serves as an entry point to the Land Rover lineup, retailing in the U.S. for $37,795 before delivery and offering a similarly sized, cheaper alternative to its Range Rover Evoque platform mate. Two flavors of four-cylinder power is your only option in this model, but that might not be the case for […] The post Land Rover’s Least Pricey Model Due for Makeover, Plug-in Variant appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Plug-in or Not, Hyundai Doesn’t Want to be Seen as the Expensive Choice
Exclusivity is not a word often associated with Hyundai, and with good reason. Like Nissan (but even more so), Hyundai’s reputation is built on a foundation of mass-produced vehicles with inherent value. And, even in the world of green cars, it seems that game plan can’t change. So, it’s no surprise to see Hyundai take […] The post Plug-in or Not, Hyundai Doesn’t Want to be Seen as the Expensive Choice appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
America’s Favorite Sedan to Take a Boat Trip
The Toyota Camry holds the remarkable distinction of being a midsize sedan with U.S. sales that actually increased over the first five months of 2018. Impossible, you say. It can’t be. You’d trade your kids for a crossover, but wouldn’t stoop to pick up a “free sedan” voucher if you passed one on the sidewalk. […] The post America’s Favorite Sedan to Take a Boat Trip appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Night Moves: Ford Unveils 2020 Explorer Under Cover of Darkness
As you learned here, the 2020 Ford Explorer adopts the rear-drive platform found beneath the upcoming Lincoln Aviator, as well as the luxury division’s top-flight engine. A twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 of unspecified power will appear under its hood and mate to a 10-speed automatic, a source tells us, while the 3.3-liter V6 found in the […] The post Night Moves: Ford Unveils 2020 Explorer Under Cover of Darkness appeared first on The Truth About Cars.