Jeep has announced pricing for the various versions of its 2021 Grand Cherokee L. Buyers will have a rich selection of options and equipment to choose from as well – but it’ll cost, of course.
Tesla is being forced to temporarily cease production of Model 3 and Model Y at its California plant in Freemont. The company did not specify the cause, but recall that last month it had alluded to possible shortages of semiconductors; this could very well be behind the current stoppage.
In the absence of auto shows in Canada this year, Kia has decided to put on a virtual event. Its online auto show will run from now through April 30th and focuses on encouraging meaningful interactions with Canadian consumers.
Kia Canada has introduced to North America the 2022 Carnival 2022, which happens to be the next-generation model of the Sedona. At first glance, there is a significant improvement, as well as a noticeable breakthrough in styling.
Mitsubishi brings some mild improvements to the plug-in hybrid version of its Outlander for 2021. With the new generation on the horizon, the big changes will be coming next year – and let’s hope for markedly increased range.
Mercedes-Benz has made a number of revisions for its sixth-generation new 2022 C-Class, but the most notable change can be found under the hood. There buyers will have the choice of 4-cylinder engines, and only those.
Hyundai has finally unveiled the Ioniq 5, the first all-electric model to come from its new Ioniq division. Halfway between an SUV and a hatchback, the model has very futuristic styling that should draw a lot attention.
Lexus introduces a V8-powered version of its new IS sedan. The IS 500 F Sport Performance benefits from the same powertrain as the familiar RC F variant. And it may not be the last F Sport Performance model to come from the luxury automaker.
The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada AJAC has announced its members’ choices for the best vehicles in Canada in 2021 in each of eight different cars, SUV and pickup truck categories. The final 2021 Canadian Car of the Year and 2021 Canadian Utility Vehicle of the Year awards will be handed out next month.
Ford is recalling its newest model, the Bronco Sport. Some units may have left the factory with loose or missing rear suspension bolts.