2023 Nissan Kicks Overview: Trim Levels, Safety Features, Fuel Economy & Pricing
The Nissan Kicks debuted as a concept in 2014 and came to the U.S. in 2018 to replace the quirky-looking Juke in the automaker’s North American portfolio. The 2023 Nissan Kicks remains a solid, affordable, and stylish small crossover brimming with advanced safety and connectivity features. Nissan’s smallest SUV competes with other stalwarts like the Mazda CX-30, Hyundai Venue, and Kia Soul. Still, it’s hard to deny the value-for-money proposition of the Kicks. 2023 Nissan Kicks: What’s New? There are […]
Three Simple but Effective Ways to Give Your Classic Car Some Extra Oomph
Most classic car drivers are motivated by a sense of nostalgia for the vehicles they remember from their younger days. It can be a tough reality check when the 1960s […]
NHRA Champion Antron Brown Warns Congress That Motorsports Is At Risk
— Top Fuel Champion Antron Brown shares inspiring stories about the value and importance of racing, and why he is pushing for passage of the RPM Act – – WASHINGTON, […]
Report: More than 1 million Virginians lack access to transit
More than a million people in Virginia are in need of more and better direct transit options for their daily commute, according to a recent...
Japan August 2022: Suzuki (+7.1%) up to #2, Mitsubishi (+33%), Mazda (+18.4%) shine in market off -9.3%
Suzuki Alto sales are up 40.6% year-on-year in August. New vehicle sales in Japan drop -9.3% year-on-year in August to 290,042 units as parts shortage...
Germany August 2022: VW T-Roc topples Golf in market up 3%
The VW T-Roc is the best-selling vehicle at home in August. At +3% and 199,183 units, the German new car market lodges its first year-on-year...