Cars :: Vehicle Spotlight
The animated and dapper hamsters in Kia’s television ads aren’t the only ones who ride comfortably in Kia’s newly revamped Soul five-door hatchback. People of nearly all sizes and budgets can find the five-passenger, 2014 Soul.
Nissan’s well-known "Z’’ rear-drive sports car that started in the 1970s still pulls at the heart strings of driving enthusiasts with its sporty, two-seat cabin, low-to-the-pavement stance, racetrack-ready stiff ride and strong V-6 power.
Don’t be fooled by the mild-looking exterior of the Volkswagen Passat sedan. This mid-size four door comes with a solid, stable ride, European-style handling, exceptional back-seat legroom and superlative fuel economy.
Lamborghini’s newest supercar, the Huracan LP-610, already occupies an important place in the company’s lineup as this year’s replacement for the Gallardo, its top-selling model of all time.
Consumer Reports released its list of the best cars for 2014. CBS News’ Jericka Duncan visited the test-driving facility in Colchester, Conn., to take a spin in their top pick.
Remember when Toyota’s quintessential family vehicle, the Sienna, was called a minivan? Today, the Sienna stretches nearly 17 feet in length, and with generous seating for seven or eight people and impressive cargo space, the Sienna no longer is mini.
U.S. car owners are carrying higher auto loan balances but still making timely monthly payments. Auto loan debt per borrower grew 4.4 percent to $16,769 in the final quarter of 2013 from a year earlier.
The sportiest car in Toyota’s Scion family, the 2014 FR-S, is a fun-to-drive, four-cylinder, rear-wheel drive coupe that looks more expensive than its $25,455 starting price tag.
Whether it be a classy Grand Cherokee or a door-less, ragtop Wrangler, there’s something masculine and cool and eminently Gay-chic about owning a Jeep.
The 2014 Kia Forte sedan is a stylish and roomier-than-expected four-door car that’s longer and wider than its predecessor and offers features not usually found in affordable cars in the segment.