2018 Chevrolet Sonic: Chevy’s Small Sonic Boom

The 2018 Chevrolet Sonic slots in just above the Chevrolet Spark as a vehicle that can easily service a family of four that doesn’t drive crazy miles. It costs just $15,295, you can lease one for spare change, and it’s a fuel efficient and lean machine for people that aren’t quite ready for the jump to the full electric Chevy Bolt.

Inside the 2018 Chevrolet Camaro

The Chevrolet Camaro starts at $25,905 for the base “1LS” model, which is available with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder standard, or with a 3.6-liter V6 as an optional extra. The 1LT variant starts at $26,600, while the 2LT starts at $30,405 Both of these variants share the same engine configurations as the base 1LS model.

The 2018 Acura MDX: An Affordable Luxury Three-Row SUV

If someone asked you to name America’s best-selling three-row luxury SUV of all-time, chances are the first car that comes to mind wouldn’t be the Acura MDX. The automaker’s flagship SUV has flown under the popularity radar, even though it’s a hit with consumers and reviewers alike thanks to its affordable price, surprisingly nimble driving characteristics, and competitive luxury features.

Under the Hood: 2018 Volkswagen Golf

The Volkswagen Golf is, quite simply, an icon. It has matured from cut-price family transport into a luxury small car, but throughout its history it has remained the benchmark for the sector. It’s currently in its seventh generation. It has won the World Car of the Year award twice and is one of just three cars to win the European Car of the Year award on two separate occasions.

Under the Hood: 2018 Ford Mustang

When it comes to cars, a lot can change in a year. Take the Ford Mustang, for example. For 2018, Ford has given its iconic muscle car a makeover. The Mustang has a new look, updated engines, a new transmission, new tech — you get the picture. If you’re in the market for a new sports car and are considering American muscle, here’s everything you need to know about the 2018 Ford Mustang.

Under the Hood: 2018 Nissan Maxima

Nissan has released their 2018 Maxima which might be treading on the toes of the Infinity Q50 with its cheaper, simpler version of the same basic platform. There really isn’t a huge price difference between the two either. A base level Infiniti costs about $1,000 more than the entry level Nissan Maxima S that comes with a sticker price of $32,020.