compact family sedan

2018 Nissan Sentra Will Be Refreshed For Youngsters

The Nissan Sentra was first introduced all the way back in 1982, it has been one of Nissan’s best selling models for some time, thanks to the combination of price, reliability and comfort. It will never win a beauty competition, but this model is all about cost-effective motoring, mixed with reliability and it fits the bill perfectly.

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2018 Chrysler 200 might be completely remade

The company had high hopes for the new 2018 Chrysler 200, both in the domestic and European market, where it was badged as a Lancia Flavia, although that model never made it to the UK shores; it was sold in Left Hand Drive only.

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2017 Chevy Sonic Is Getting Younger

2017 Chevy Sonic has been introduced becoming sportier and more expressive. The model is updated with new technologies and better interior. Its goal is to attract younger generation of drivers.

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2017 Toyota Corolla - Engine Unchanged

2017 Toyota Corolla has slightly changed its exterior and made its interior more modern. However, its engine stays the same.

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2017 Mazda 3 Goes Sporty

2017 Mazda 3 takes serious changes. Now the model looks sporty and aggresive. The new engine and improved interior make the car easier to drive while numerous safety features will take care of your life.

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2017 Dodge Dart: Naturally Born Athlete

2017 Dodge Dart is going to provide you with a sporty look, comfortable interior and strong engine.

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2017 Mercedes E300 Provides The New Level of Luxury In The Class

There isn’t a huge amount of difference between this model and the outgoing version, but it’s safe to say that Merc have upgraded enough to make buying one a viable proposition over the previous version.

2017 Nissan Titan Warrior - extreme version of heavy-duty pickup

The launch of the Titan Warrior at last year’s Detroit show showed just what Nissan are prepared to do to take on this increasingly popular market, which seems to be dominated by Ford. In fact, critics of the Titan couldn’t help remarking on just how similar the idea behind the Nissan was to the Ford F-150 Raptor.