The 2011 Regal represents a new beginning for Buick. With this car, the company is pushing into a segment it really hasn't competed in before. But why did Buick choose Regal over other heritage nameplates, and does the car go far enough to please enthusiasts?
Chevy Cruze: The Most Important Car in GM History
How important is the launch of the Chevrolet Cruze in the U.S. market to
General Motors? It's only THE most pivotal mainstream car launch in the
company's history, it's THAT important. Peter De Lorenzo from
AutoExtremist.com explains why.
AutoNation Impressed by Chrysler - Autoline Daily 478
The largest automotive retailer in the U.S. says it's impressed by
Chrysler's upcoming offerings. Porsche and Ford both preview some of the
vehicles we'll see at the Paris Motor Show. Meanwhile, Ford says it would
like to reduce its dealer ranks now that Mercury is winding down. All that
and more, plus John responds to your questions and comments in "You Said
Range Rover as a Brand? - Autoline Daily 476
Could Range Rover be spun off as its own high-end brand? VW gets a new head
honcho in America. And here's a shocker: a new report says Chinese
consumers prefer large vehicles with handsome styling. All that and more,
plus our first drive of the Chevy Cruze.
Jaguar XJ Styling - Instant Impression
The new Jaguar XJ is here, and it has bold, perhaps divisive, styling
courtesy of designer Ian Callum. But, does this luxurious land yacht hit
the mark in the looks department? Well, it's all subjective, but to our
eyes there are a few features that don't come off as well as they should,
and there is at least one major fit and finish problem.