Slightly better fuel figures weren't enough to draw customers in.
- Noah Joseph
- May 16, 2016
After a decade of production, Toyota is finally pulling the plug on the FJ Cruiser – a rough-and-tumble (and uniquely stylish) off-roader in a sea of mild-mannered crossovers.
- Sebastian Blanco
- Feb 5, 2015
Honda has cancelled both the CR-Z and the Civic Hybridx Australia (and the CR-Z in Europe), but the car is not yet dead in the US.
- Noah Joseph
- Jul 23, 2014
Every year in the fast-paced automotive industry brings new models, but it also spells the end for some that have been less successful. This year will be no exception.
- Danny King
- Oct 12, 2013
D'oh! General Motors will discontinue the 2014 model-year Chevrolet Malibu Eco hybrid because of the improved fuel efficiency of the Chevy Malibu's new four-cylinder engine, Fox News says. The culprit, if you want to call it that, is the new stop-start system that shuts down the four-banger when the car is not moving. The result is that the base gas-powered Malibu gets 25 miles per gallon city and 36 mpg highway - the same fuel efficiency as the Malibu hybrid. Meanwhile, the four-cylinder versio
- Chris Paukert
- Jan 6, 2010
2010 Toyota Matrix – Click above for high-res image gallery
- Michael Harley
- Apr 10, 2009
When Hyundai dealers complained about not having a minivan in 2006, the automaker reached into the corporate pool and re-badged the Kia Sedona, turning into the Entourage. The timing was poor, as minivan sales plummeted across the board. Last year, sales were down 50% on the Entourage to just 8,400 units (Kia sold 27,000 Sedonas in the same period). It was a brutal lesson, but Hyundai's U.S. CEO John Krafcik says the company learned "why you don't do badge engineering." Needless to say, the plug
- John Neff
- Jul 20, 2007
click above image for high-res pics of the 2007 MazdaSpeed6
- Dan Roth
- Feb 9, 2007
As General Motors refines the future of their brands, they're trimming out redundancy and we have a hard time coming up with a more redundant vehicle than the multitude of GMT 360 based 'utes across all the GM brands.
- John Neff
- Oct 3, 2006
While you may be able to successfully argue that station wagons have made a comeback thanks to such hipster sleds as the Dodge Magnum and SUV-inspired Outbacks from Subaru, the love hasn't spread to the Ford Focus Wagon, which has always been the black sheep of the Focus lineup holding down around 8% of the small car's sales. Thus, Ford announced on its fleet website that it will be discontinuing the Focus Wagon in December. While Ford is actually increasing Focus production as a whole to meet t
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