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In this article, we have compiled the top news stories and car reviews from the past 24 hours.
We hope you enjoy this journey through the world of cars, from the most expensive to the most basic, as well as the best of our favorite Corvettas and Mustang owners.
Honda Civic Hatchback Honda’s newest hatchback, the Civic Hatch, has received plenty of love.
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FACT: Honda Civic is a brand synonymous with affordable luxury, reliability and quality.
The Hatchback is designed with those goals in mind, with features such as a rear-facing infotainment system, active safety features and a retractable rear seat.
Honda Fit and Civic Fit Plus Hondas latest Fit models are more expensive than the previous models, but they are the least expensive.
The Honda Fit is the most affordable of the Fit family, and it’s got a top-notch interior.
The Fit Plus, a hybrid model, offers the best possible fuel economy, but it has a pricier price tag.
Ford Mustang The Mustang is the classic car of American culture.
It’s got plenty of personality, but its styling is a little off-putting for the average American.
WHEN IT’s FINALLY AVAILABLE: The Ford Mustang is expected to debut this fall.
It will be offered with either the 4.0L V6 or 4.3L V8.
Ford Focus The Focus is a more modern version of the Focus and a lot more affordable.
THE CARS: Ford’s newest crossover, the Focus ST, is a hatchback that is nearly identical to the Focus RS, but has a more luxurious interior and sportier driving dynamics.
Volkswagen Tiguan VW is selling its newest Tiguan sedan, the Tiguan S, for $30,000, making it the most economical and practical car on the market.
Honda Ridgeline The most popular vehicle in the United States, the Honda Rid is the quintessential American hatchback.
WHO’S LOOKING AT IT?: The Rid is popular among people looking for a great-value hatchback with a little more interior space.
The Rid also makes good use of its powertrain.
WHAT WE’RE TALKING ABOUT: The Rid has a top speed of 190 mph and a claimed top fuel economy of 23 mpg.
Nissan Altima This compact hatchback is very popular with its fuel efficiency.
HOW MUCH?: The Altima has a base price of $28,495 and a starting price of just under $29,500.
It has a 15-inch touchscreen, and a 4.4L V12 engine makes it a great all-rounder.
Ford Ranger Ford’s latest pickup truck, the Ranger ST, starts at $31,950 and is offered with a seven-speed manual transmission or a seven in 10 automatic.
Mercedes-Benz GLA and BMW Z4 The Mercedes-AMG GLA is one of the best luxury cars around.
The new model has a range of about 1,100 miles, and the GLA S comes with a 2.0T turbocharged inline-four.
Nissan Versa and Audi S3 This Mercedes-amg sports coupe is not the most popular of the bunch, but the Versa is a fun car to drive.
Volkswagen Passat The Passat has been a big hit for Volkswagen, with a very good record of sales and customer satisfaction.
Chevrolet Equinox and Lexus ES 350 The Lexus was the most profitable car on Wall Street in 2016, and that number is on the rise.
Subaru Impreza ST and Toyota Corolla ST The Imprezas performance coupe and the Corollas luxury hatchback have become more popular.
Audi RS 5-Series and VW Tiguan STI The VW Tiguans performance sedan and the Subaru’s luxury sedan were both well received, and Audi’s flagship Tiguan has a good track record.
Nissan Pathfinder and Audi TT RS The Audi TT and the Nissan Pathfinder are both excellent cars, and we think the Audi TT is the best one.
Subaru BRZ and Ford Focus ST This new Focus has a great deal of competition in the compact SUV market, and you can find some good deals for the BRZ