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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.

Land Rover’s Least Pricey Model Due for Makeover, Plug-in Variant
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.


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