Station wagons aren’t the hot family cars they were once upon a time. These days everyone wants a crossover, but there are plenty of reasons to go the wagon route. There aren’t tons of choices out there since automakers tend to design their wagons more toward crossovers and label them as such, but you won’t […]
The Kia Soul! is a fun runabout with gobs of space inside, a small footprint, and a price tag that brings smiles.
The Ford Focus RS is the very definition of a hot hatchback. It’s a rally-inspired powerhouse that looks and drives the part. We’re talking 350 horsepower of fun with a Drift Mode button. That should make any enthusiast’s heart skip a beat. The unexpected part of the Focus RS is how well it serves as […]
It’s been rough going for Mitsubishi in the US market, but back in the ’80s, its debut here was full of promise – like this Cordia.
The Chevrolet Cavalier was a best-selling compact that was aimed squarely at the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, back when they were compacts too.
The LeBaron GTS was Chrysler’s appeal to BMW buyers, a K-car-based hatchback imbued with European flair.
As 1980s US car buyers bought more Japanese cars, Chevrolet turned to Suzuki to market a three-cylinder hatchback that aimed to appeal to them.
By the early 1980s, US buyers came to appreciate the bland reliability of Japanese hatchbacks. The ‘ 84 Civic went one better with its strikingly edgy shape.
The Fiat 500 Abarth combines the fun of a sports car with the practicality of a tiny hatchback.