Mercedes-AMG's newest offering the 2020 GLC 43 SUV and coupe gets a variety of updates for new model year, including the all-important horsepower push to 385 hp. To get more detail about the new model, go to TheDetroitBureau.com.
Automakers are constantly fighting to keep their customers they’ve conquested from competitors while keeping their long-time fans too. For 2019, Subaru and Lexus appear the best as they’ve captured the top spots in the 2019 J.D. Power Brand Loyalty Index. See more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
While U.S. trade negotiators continue to toil with talks in China and Europe, there appears to be a small breakthrough coming with Japan that will likely benefit the auto industry. The two sides are working on a trade deal centered on U.S. farmers and Japanese automakers. Go to TheDetroitBureau.com for details.
The pickings continue to get slimmer and slimmer. If you’re a wagon fan, blame Volkswagen for driving another nail in the coffin as the automaker says it will drop the U.S. versions of both the Golf SportWagen and Golf Alltrack. Find out why and how many wagons are still available at TheDetroitBureau.com.
The first all-new Lotus in 11 years will also be its first all-electric model, the British sports car company officially pulling the wraps off what it is calling “the world’s most powerful series production road car.” TheDetroitBureau.com checks out the $2m, 200 mph Lotus Evija.
New technology is creeping into cars, but motorists remain ambivalent about its presence. Now a new study from Autolist.com shows that consumers’ attitudes towards driver monitoring system, or DMS, which can prevent a driver from nodding off while behind the wheel, are mixed. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.
Demand for pickups continues to grow, prompting Ford to consider adding several more models to its line-up, including a Jeep Gladiator-fighter based on its reborn Bronco SUV, as well as a compact, Escape-based pickup. More from TheDetroitBureau.com.
General Motors’ top executive focused on the company’s future prospects, while a key executive from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. emphasized the need for continued cooperation as the two companies opened contract negotiations with the United Auto Workers. See what the UAW asked for at TheDetroitBureau.com.
Potential new Tesla buyers may end up paying a bit more than they expected — or a bit less, depending upon what vehicle they’re after. The Palo Alto, California-based EV maker announced pricing adjustments all of its vehicles. Find out who is saving some or paying more at TheDetroitBureau.com.
Subaru advised the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that it will recall more than 2,000 brand-new Legacy and Outback models due to manufacturing defects so potentially severe that it wants to replace, rather than repair them. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.