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Tesla Increases Prices for its Cheapest Models Again

Tesla Increases Prices for its Cheapest Models Again
Over the years, Tesla has promised to build mass-market and affordable electric vehicles. So far, that promise hasn’t really materialized, and pricing continues to get pushed ever higher for its most affordable models. This week, Tesla increased pricing for its Model 3 and Model Y EVs.
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Hyundai’s Adorable Casper Micro-SUV Should Come Stateside

Hyundai’s Adorable Casper Micro-SUV Should Come Stateside
Hyundai has some very popular cars in the US, particularly its SUVs. While many Americans like big SUVs, people tend to want much smaller vehicles in most other countries. Hyundai has revealed a new micro-SUV that will launch in South Korea later this year called the Casper.
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2022 Kia Niro Hybrid Prices and Fuel Economy Figures Announced

2022 Kia Niro Hybrid Prices and Fuel Economy Figures Announced
Kia has confirmed some details on the 2022 Niro Hybrid. As far as changes go compared to last year, it appears the only real change is the addition of a new Kia logo badge on the interior and exterior of the vehicle.
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2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Review: Upping the Compact SUV Game Again

2022 Hyundai Tucson Hybrid Review: Upping the Compact SUV Game Again
With vehicles like the Palisade, Sonata, Kona, and Veloster N in its current line-up, there’s never been a better time to own a Hyundai. For 2022, the Korean automaker completely revamped its popular Tucson compact SUV, making it more stylish, comfortable, versatile, and quicker.
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Acura Teases New Integra for 2022

Acura Teases New Integra for 2022
Sold under the Honda brand name in Japan, the Acura Integra was a popular and beloved 2+2 sports coupe from the time it debuted in 1986 until it went off the market in 2006. The Integra helped to launch the Acura brand alongside the more elegant Acura Legend and eventually was renamed with the Acura RSX badge in 2001.
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Subaru Will Reveal the New 2022 WRX on August 19

Subaru Will Reveal the New 2022 WRX on August 19
Subaru WRX fans have something to look forward to next month. The automaker has confirmed that the reveal of the highly-anticipated 2022 WRX will happen at the New York International Auto Show being held on August 19.
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Faraday Future FF 91 Tipped for 2022 Launch

Faraday Future FF 91 Tipped for 2022 Launch
Faraday Future is an electric vehicle startup that’s been teasing its FF 91 crossover EV since 2017. After years of struggles and false starts, one of the biggest mysteries has been when the vehicle would be available to purchase.
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Hyundai Elantra N Combines Performance and Practicality

Hyundai Elantra N Combines Performance and Practicality
Hyundai has revealed a new performance car that it’s calling a “hot sedan.” The 2022 Elantra N combines high performance and practicality in a four-door body that packs 276 horsepower and 289 lb-ft. under the hood.
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2023 Kia Sportage Has a Bold New Look

2023 Kia Sportage Has a Bold New Look
Automaker Kia has officially revealed its redesigned fifth-generation Sportage compact SUV. Kia has used a new and more organic design for the SUV that it says gives it a bold and sophisticated look. Whatever fancy language Kia wants to use to describe the design of its vehicle, it is extremely attractive.
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New 2022 Infiniti QX60 Breaks Cover with 3-Row Grand Luxury

New 2022 Infiniti QX60 Breaks Cover with 3-Row Grand Luxury
Ten years in the making, the new 2022 Infiniti QX60 is a nose-to-tail reimagining of the brand’s bestselling three-row SUV. The origami-inspired mesh grill and “digital piano key” lighting signatures highlight the sleek exterior. The top-end Autograph package features quilted semi-aniline leather (take that, Bentley), open-pore wood trim, Bose speakers, and Infiniti’s first color-contrast roof.
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BMW Reveals the 2022 X3 and X4 SUVs

BMW Reveals the 2022 X3 and X4 SUVs
BMW has revealed the third-generation X3 and second-generation X4 SUVs. Both models will come with a standard 248 horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine or an available 382 horsepower 3.0-liter inline six-cylinder engine.  Both vehicles have revised interior and exterior features, including full-LED rear lights in the X3.
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2022 Ford Maverick Pickup Price, Specs, and Photos Revealed

2022 Ford Maverick Pickup Price, Specs, and Photos Revealed
It’s been a while since we’ve seen a new compact pickup truck here in America. Sure, we’ve got the Ford Ranger, Chevy Colorado, and GMC Canyon, but those still don’t seem that small to me. The new Ford Maverick is just 199.7″ long, which is 11.1″ shorter than the Ranger and 32″ shorter than an F-150.
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2022 Toyota GR 86 Is Stiffer and Improves on Horsepower and Torque

2022 Toyota GR 86 Is Stiffer and Improves on Horsepower and Torque
One of the things that fans of the Toyota GR 86 and its Subaru twin have been clamoring for since the vehicle launched is more power. Finally, Toyota has revealed all of the details for the new 2022 GR 86, and the hallmark of the redesign is more power and more torque.
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Ford Fans to Help Name the Next Puma ST Special-Edition

Ford Fans to Help Name the Next Puma ST Special-Edition
What gearhead hasn’t wanted to make design decisions for a production model from a major auto manufacturer? For the first time, Ford is inviting car fans to help create a special edition version of its Puma ST compact SUV by voting for their favorite specifications via a series of #FordPumaST social media polls at Twitter and Instagram across Europe.
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BMW iX xDrive50 Is a Bold All-Electric Crossover

BMW iX xDrive50 Is a Bold All-Electric Crossover
BMW has announced a new battery-electric “sports activity vehicle” called the iX xDrive50. It promises a combined 516 horsepower along with electric all-wheel drive. With so much power underfoot, the electric vehicle can reach 62 mph in 4.6 seconds.
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