The romance of buying and restoring a classic car is something we love to think about and might want to try.
The brand new Hyundai Elantra N has finally been revealed. This fresh take on a classic Hyundai model joins the likes of the Veloster N and Kona N. The Elantra N, however, is the first sedan to earn the infamous “N” title. While the Hyundai Elantra N was first announced to a global audience this past July, it will be available at U.S. Hyundai dealers before you know it.
It might not be very long from now when we don’t see any sedans wearing the bowtie emblem of Chevrolet, making the Malibu the last of a dying breed.
With that in mind, if you’re looking for a midsize sedan that offers impressive styling, excellent features, a cabin with plenty of room, and the smooth drive you associate with this car, you’ll still find it for the 2022 model year.
When you want to take a different approach to driving than what the rest of the world seems to be doing, this sedan can be the ideal car for you instead of a compact SUV.
While some drivers let the price of a new car like the Hyundai Sonata be the primary factor influencing their buying decision, there are many other elements to consider when purchasing a vehicle. On top of the general specs you expect to look at (MPG, tech and safety features, engine size, etc.), reliability is a crucial factor to look at.
The most prominent debate people face when upgrading their vehicles is if they should look for a new or used car. Unless you’re planning on leasing, purchasing a car is generally a long-term commitment. Most drivers keep their vehicles for five to ten years, so knowing your options is the best way to make your best decision.
Mazda recently announced the newest SUV in its lineup and the automaker’s first electric vehicle. Here’s what we know about the MX-30, from range to features, to availability.
When you take a look at a used Mazda6, you see a luxury midsize sedan with sharp lines, a sophisticated demeanor, and an exterior meant to be seen. When you look at a used Mazda6’s price tag, you see an economically-priced car that can fit into almost anyone’s budget.