Story and photos by John LeBlanc I’ve long been on record as saying Cadillac’s CTS sedan has been parent General Motors’ most competitive vehicle. And the arrival of the new, third-generation version for 2014 does little to sway that opinion. Share:
By John LeBlanc Who would have thought the Ultimate Driving Machine makers at Germany’s BMW would ever build an electric city car (the new i3?) Or the best family sedan you could buy would be a new Chevy (the new Impala)? But that was sooo 2013.
By John LeBlanc With the ringing in of the New Year, the last of the 2013 new cars and trucks are being shown the door. And a few vehicles aren’t returning for 2014. Some will be missed. Some won’t. Here’s my top 10 new vehicles that aren’t coming back for 2014:
By John LeBlanc The Canadian Automotive Jury (CAJ) has announced its fifth annual Best of the Best Finalists, with full representation from European, North American and Asian automakers.
By John LeBlanc With production of the 2014 Cadillac ELR set to go for later this year, the General Motors’ luxury brand has announced the price for its new, gas-electric plug-in hybrid will start at a $75,995 U.S. price — nearly twice the cost of the similarly-engineered Chevrolet Volt.keep looking »