The top range model gets Volkswagen's venerable VR6 six-cylinder.
These numbers add up.
The 2017 BMW i3 will cost $1,200 more than the 2016 model, but you'll get a lot more for your money.
There will soon be three hydrogen vehicles on the market. For some reason, they all cost $500 a month, even though they're all quite different. Odd, no?
Cadillac has issued a raft of updates for the 2016 ELR plug-in hybrid luxury coupe, including more power and upgraded equipment as well as an available Performance Package. The pricey PHEV is also getting a $9,000 price drop.
The 2015 Chevy Spark EV gets a lower price, just $25,995, and that's before incentives that can push it to $14,995.
Toyota marks down Prius variants in Southern California to spur sales.
Automotive News reports that the next-generation Dodge Grand Caravan will drop the American Value Package, and will start around $26,000. The platform, technology and content Dodge is building into the new minivan makes it too difficult to get to an MSRP below $25,000.
Mercedes will start deliveries of the new AMG GT S supercar, the more powerful version of its awesome super coupe, before the less potent version, and has priced it aggressively against its rivals.
The Toyota Mirai is coming to California next year and it will arrive bearing a $57,500 MSRP. Toyota says that with state and federal incentives worth a total of $13,000, interested customers will be able to buy a Mirai for under $45,000. If you're more into leasing, then you can get the Mirai for $499 a month for 36 months (with $3,649 due at signing). Both options come with free hydrogen fuel for "up to three years."