suzuki has revived the ignis nameplate with its new hatch that will target the likes of the toyota yaris and mazda2. the front-wheel drive hatch is powered by a 1.2-litre petrol engine that produces 66kw and 120nm. the entry-level gl is offered with either a five-speed manual or cvt automatic and the top-spec glx comes with the cvt auto only. Show More Summary
As the first model to wear the Lexus badge and the company’s oldest nameplate (introduced in 1989), the LS is arguably the most important vehicle for Toyota’s luxury division. Despite this, it took Lexus quite a few years to replace the fourth-generation model. Show More Summary
There’s Japanese Domestic Market, then there’s JDM. Just because something is made for the Japanese market doesn’t mean it fits with JDM style. Given the severe modifications in many sections of the Tokyo Auto Salon, it was heart-warming to see students of Toyota Automotive College produce a prime example of JDM: the… Read more...
look for two high-performance versions of the toyota yaris to star at the geneva motor show in march. first-up will be the awesome world rally championship contender tmr detailed here last december. the yaris wrc has its maiden outing on 19 january at the monte carlo rally but won’t appear in toyota dealerships any time soon. Show More Summary
Red Bull protégé Richard Verschoor carved out an early points lead in the Toyota Racing Series after the opening round of the…
Another year of Jalopnik brings you another year of Jalopnik East, and coming off Detroit, we’re once again back at the Tokyo Auto Salon for 2017, bringing you all the JDM goodness from Nissan, Subaru, Honda, Toyota, Daihatsu, Suzuki, and a bunch aftermarket manufacturers. Turn on some Eurobeat and let’s hit the floor! Read more...
With Donald Trump officially elected as the 44th President of the United States, automakers have found themselves under a lot of stress thanks to his “build in American or pay dearly” strategy. Well, that actually led to a bit of a theme at the Detroit Auto Show, with automakers giving nods to the U.S.-based production in one way or another. Show More Summary
Despite earlier assumptions that the new plug-in electric Toyota Prius Prime would be available nationwide, there have been numerous reports in recent days that those outside of California are having trouble ordering one. And even sometimes...Show More Summary
Direct from the 2017 Detroit Motor Show, join Paul, Mike Costello, Mike Stevens and Matt Campbell. Catch all the car news from Detroit with the reveal of the Toyota Camry, Astra sedan, Astra hatch pricing, Lexus LS, Ford Bronco/Ranger and Mercedes-Benz Project One. Mike Costello reviews the Great Wall Steed and Matt discusses the comparison […]
We'll hold judgement on "fun to drive" for now, but the looks are a big improvement.
Tesla finally divulges paid Supercharging details, and Lotus built one hell of a racecar.
Toyota is adding more cars to its Takata airbag recall.
Sadly, it doesn't appear it's slated to arrive in the US. Not yet, at least.
It's going to be a long time before this problem goes away.
Hello BMW fans and welcome to the article most of you will probably spend 10 seconds on average to just scan it before rushing to comments section to give me a piece of your mind. For the blasphemous title above, of course. How dareShow More Summary
The Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Mustang-based Rocket developed by Galpin Auto Sports and Henrik Fisker will now be manufactured and sold by VLF. VLF is the car company run by Fisker in partnership with Bob Lutz and Gilbert Villarreal and has three other products in addition to the Rocket. British sports car startup Avatar has unveiled the...
Toyota promised the world a Yaris hatchback that would valiantly rise above the role of a plain-Jane commuter car, and here it is. Expected to premiere at the Geneva Motor Show this March, the high performance three-door subcompact borrows...Show More Summary
Toyota Motor says it is recalling another 543,000 vehicles in the U.S. for defective front passenger air bag inflators made by Japan's Takata.