It's a scary moment for any driver when you move your foot from the brake to the accelerator on an incline and the car begins to roll backwards: Nobody likes the anxiety of that panicked glance in the rearview mirror to see "just how close is that car behind me?" And wondering "How fast can I pull away on this steep hill?" isn't much fun either.
The Japanese based automaker Subaru has recently released the first teaser image with a new sports sedan, which is called the WRX S4 and it will debut sometimes next month.
Polcie allege they observed a black Lamborghini Gallardo and a white Mitsubishi Lancer Evo accelerate harshly from a set of traffic control lights in a street race.
Planned obsolescence is the defining characteristic of the automotive industry. Cars are supposed to have only a limited model life, so chances are that when you buy a shiny new model that purports to be state-of-the-art, the next generation will be close to signed-off and ready to go at corporate headquarters.
There are some things in this industry that we're perplexed by, like the infotainment system on our long-term Subaru WRX or why the Mitsubishi Mirage is allowed to exist, among other things.
The Okazaki plant produces the Outlander PHEV. Renovations are expected to help the plant churn out more plug-in hybrids.
"If we're all in a ship together," Musk said, "and the ship has some holes in it, and we're sort of bailing water out of it, and we have a great design for a bucket, then even if we're bailing out way better than everyone else, we should probably still share the bucket design."
A few years ago, there were still a couple of car models that had starting prices below $10,000.
After numerous changes to the Lancer Ralliart last year, including the discontinuation of the Ralliart Sportback, the Lancer derivative goes into 2013 completely unchanged.
The Model X allows for a big-car lifestyle without the pain at the pump. This CUV could be a bigger game changer than most analysts and traders expect.
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Cars.com, the premier online resource for buying and selling new and used cars has named the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage the most affordable vehicle car shoppers can buy.
Shoppers may face legitimate sticker shock when they're shopping for a new car. TV and radio advertisements may lead them to believe that new cars all get at least 35 mpg for less than $15,000, but the price of entry for even a modestly equipped new car is well above that.
Although the 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander went through a much-needed redesign this year, note that the Sport model only made minor changes.