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  • 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class (E300)

    Mercedes-Benz has one of the biggest lineups of any automaker on the planet. It may even be the biggest if you include the various commercial vehicles that also wear the famous three-pointed star. In the United States, the lineup isn’t as large as in other regions but there’s still a hefty number of models to negotiate when headed to the dealership. Here’s a rundown of what’s just been added for 2017: 2017 Mercedes-Benz B-Class: No changes. 2017 Mercedes-Benz CLA: Minor visual tweaks. New options including LED headlights. 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLA: No changes. Updated...

  • 2017 Jeep New Compass
    Jeep: What’s new for 2017

    With SUV sales booming in most major markets, it’s little wonder Jeep’s turning out to be the crown jewel of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles portfolio. Jeep’s global sales in 2016 reached 1.41 million units, an impressive 12 percent rise on 2015’s record result. Jeep in recent...

  • 2017 Mini Cooper Countryman
    Mini: What’s new for 2017

    After rapidly expanding its lineup with niche products like the Paceman and Coupe and Roadster models, Mini decided to prune back its lineup with the arrival of its third-generation range. This has seen the niche products disappear and the lineup streamlined to four distinct product lines, the...

  • 2017 Tesla Model S
    Tesla: What’s new for 2017

    Tesla is gearing up for its highly-anticipated Model 3 which is scheduled to enter production this July. The car, expected to arrive as a 2018 model, has already racked up hundreds of thousands of pre-orders and will keep the company extremely busy for the next several years. Tesla's existing...

  • 2017 Porsche Panamera
    Porsche: What's new for 2017

    Porsche’s lineup may be small, but the automaker keeps things interesting with the many model variants it has an offer. It’s a formula that seems to be working as Porsche raked in 238,000 deliveries in 2016—a remarkable figure when you consider that the automaker operates in the...

  • 2017 Volkswagen Golf Alltrack
    Volkswagen: What’s new for 2017

    Volkswagen’s been in damage control since the revelation in late 2015 of its diesel emissions cheating, and that’s meant we’ve seen little in the way of new products from the brand. That will start to change come the 2018 model year with new additions like the Atlas as well as an...

  • 2017 Nissan GT-R

    Nissan is busy for the 2017 model year. While the Japanese brand has no entirely new models in its lineup, it has some news on the performance front, some midcycle updates for its larger SUVs, and it is adding a new small crossover SUV. That small SUV is the Rogue Sport in the U.S. It's not new, though. It's been around for awhile in other markets as the Qashqai. Performance enthusiasts will be interested in the considerable effort put into Godzilla, the Nissan GT-R. The historically raw supercar gets a bit more civilized this year while adding 20 horsepower. The Nismo model continues with...

  • 2017 Lexus GS F
    Lexus: What's new for 2017

    The 2017 model year is a light one for Lexus with no new or completely redesigned models. None of the cars, SUVs, or crossovers even get a significant midcycle update. Of course, Lexus isn't sitting on its hands. Toyota's luxury brand is prepping the all-new LC sports coupe and a completely...

  • 2017 Volvo V90 Cross Country
    Volvo: What’s new for 2017

    Volvo has quite successfully transformed itself from a mainstream brand to a genuine alternative to established luxury brands such as Audi and BMW. It has done so via a combination of technologically-advanced vehicles, a focus on comfort, and good Swedish design. The transformation really started...

  • 2017 BMW 5-Series
    BMW: What's new for 2017

    BMW has a car, crossover, or combination of the two for every niche and several niches you never thought the automotive world might need. The brand's portfolio has expanded to so many models and variants that it's hard to keep track of them...and to research the 2017 changes for each. But fear not...

  • Rolls-Royce Phantom Zenith Collection
    Rolls-Royce: What's new for 2017

    The current year marks the start of significant change for Rolls-Royce. The company has ceased production of the Phantom sedan, the first model launched after the takeover of the brand by the BMW Group, and is preparing for the launch of a redesigned model next year. The next Phantom will ride on a...

  • 2017 Lincoln Continental
    Lincoln: What’s new for 2017

    Lincoln is on a mission to carve out its own niche in the luxury car market. Yes, rather than follow in the footsteps of rivals and fill the lineup with rear-wheel-drive sports sedans and coupes, Lincoln is more focused on quality, comfort, user-friendly technology and an uncomplicated buying...

  • 2017 Land Rover Discovery

    SUV sales are booming and this has seen demand for Land Rover’s offerings soar. Last year the automaker sold 73,861 vehicles in the United States, up 5.0 percent on the previous year and a new record. Of course, many rivals are attempting to encroach on the luxury SUV turf carved out by Land Rover over the past few decades. Land Rover, however, is hardly standing still. For 2017 the automaker has redesigned its Discovery and even added a convertible to its lineup. Here’s what to expect when walking into one of Land Rover’s showrooms in 2017. 2017 Land Rover Discovery Sport...

  • 2017 Infiniti Q60
    Infiniti: What’s new for 2017

    Infiniti had been rudderless for years, with its models lacking a cohesive design as well as suffering from product cycles that seemed to stretch for an eternity. Infiniti finally changed its tack with the introduction of the Q50 for 2014. The svelte sedan introduced a bold look for the brand, as...

  • 2017 Lotus Evora 400, 2015 Geneva Motor Show
    Lotus: What’s new for 2017

    Lotus fans in the United States have had little to choose from ever since 2011 when the automaker’s Elise and Exige were pulled from sale due to being on the wrong side of airbag regulations. It meant that the Evora was left as the sole street-legal car in Lotus showrooms. To keep things...

  • 2017 Maserati Levante, 2016 Geneva Motor Show
    Maserati: What’s new for 2017

    Maserati’s plans to boost sales to 50,000 units annually has hit a snag. The automaker is facing slowing demand in the key market of China and plans for a redesigned GranTurismo as well as a new sports car based on 2014’s Alfieri concept have been pushed back. That doesn’t mean we...

  • 2017 Jaguar XE
    Jaguar: What’s new for 2017

    Jaguar is in the midst of an aggressive push into the North American market that’s seen its existing models overhauled and the lineup expanded with two new additions. Along with the revitalized lineup, Jaguar has also sharpened pricing across the range so that its offerings now sit in the...

  • 2017 McLaren 570GT
    McLaren: What’s new for 2017

    McLaren has been around for more than half a century but when it comes to volume car production we only need look back to 2010, when the British firm's road car business was rebooted under the McLaren Automotive name. In that short time the firm has launched a handful of products and grown to...

  • 2017 Genesis G90

    Talk of Hyundai following in the footsteps of Honda and Lexus and launching its own luxury brand to take on the more established marques has been around since the original Genesis sedan took top honors in the car category of the North American Car and Truck of the Year awards back in '09. Hyundai finally took the leap and launched a luxury brand in 2015, using the Genesis name. The first Genesis-branded vehicles have been introduced in the United States for the 2017 model year. There are just two at present but more are in the pipeline. Genesis says it will offer six distinct models by 2020...

  • 2017 Dodge Challenger GT
    Dodge: What’s new for 2017

    Dodge in recent years has transformed from a mainstream brand into a performance-oriented one specializing in muscle cars. The transformation really kicked into high gear in 2014 when parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] announced that Dodge was to reabsorb the SRT division, along...

  • 2017 Buick Cascada
    Buick: What's new for 2017

    Business for Buick continues to boom, especially in China where it’s the second most popular brand in the passenger car market. General Motors Company [NYSE:GM] is yet to reveal overall figures for 2016 but we know in China alone Buick managed to move 1,180,372 cars. That’s even more...

  • Lamborghini Huracán Rear-Wheel Drive Spyder
    Lamborghini: What's new for 2017

    There's been tremendous change at Lamborghini over the past two years, including confirmation of production of the Urus SUV, the expansion into international motorsport via GTE competition, the replacement of long-serving CEO Stephan Winkelmann and more recently a shakeup in the automaker’s...

  • 2017 Audi R8, Asheville to Daytona part III
    Audi: What’s new for 2017

    After a dearth of new product that ended up stretching for years, Audi has rebounded with most of its models either being redesigned or updated for 2017. Among the redesigned models are core offerings such as the A4 and Q7 as well as the more niche options such as the R8 supercar. What’s...

  • 2017 Bentley Bentayga
    Bentley: What’s new for 2017

    When every model in your range is priced above $200k, depreciation is kind of a big deal. That’s why for brands like Bentley, competing in the ultra-luxury space, annual updates for its models tends to be rare. Nevertheless, now that Bentley has a four-car lineup, there are more updates than...

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