Toyota's best-selling sedan is out in its 2020 edition. The angry-looking redesign on the new Corolla shows that Toyota is far from playing. The Japanese carmaker is currently the top seller of cars in the world and doesn't seem like it would slow down anytime soon. The miniature sedan now comes with Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, a driver assist feature that consists of pre-collision system, dynamic radar cruise control, lane departure alert, lane tracing assist, automatic high beams, road sign assist and the rest. The new Corolla packs a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine that generates 132 hp@128 pounds torque for the L, XE and XLE variants while SE and XSE models come with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine beefing up 169 horsepower and 151 pound-feet of torque. Drivers can choose a 6-spe
Lexus is one of the most popular brands in the world. Today, we take a look on the meaning of the RX, ES, LS, GX, GS, IS, RC, LC, NX, CT, SC, UX, LX and LF acronyms that stands as car models in the Lexus brand. We shall also see when each car model started and the variants under each model. Lets dive in. What does Lexus RX stand for? The RX is arguably the best-selling crossover in the world. The RX was created Japan in 1997 and was first shipped in the international market as Toyota Harrier and later as the Lexus RX300 before evolving to the RX330 and RX350 (including the RX400h and RX450h hybrid models). Other models include the RX270, RX 350 F Sport and RX 450h F Sport. The name compliments the car itself as the RX stands for Radiant Crossover. The X stands for cross( and over). I
A small SUV could be useful for school run, work or even day-to-day activities if you prefer to drive something small but not a saloon car. Thanks to a list. Here's a list of 10 most reliable small SUVs you can buy in 2018, thanks to USNews.com rating. 20. 2018 Chevrolet Trax - Reliability: 3.0/5 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.4/10 19. 2018 Subaru Crosstrek - Reliability: 3.0/5 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.8/10 18. 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport - Reliability: 3.0/5 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.8/10 17. 2018 Nissan Kicks - Reliability: 3.0/5 | U.S. News Overall Score: 7.9/10 16. 2018 MINI Cooper Countryman - Reliability: 3.0/5 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.1/10 15. 2018 Nissan Rogue - Reliability: 3.0/5 | U.S. News Overall Score: 8.1/10 14. 2018 Honda HR-V - Reliability: 3.0/5 |
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With its creation as the luxury car arm of Toyota in 1989, like a Mission Impossible stunt, Lexus has shot into limelight and has remained on everyone's lips since then. Before the advent of Lexus, not many believed that Asians, especially the Japanese could make really nice luxurious cars that will not only compete but would try to oust the German machines like Mercedes and BMW from the throne of luxurious vehicles. The people behind Lexus have remained keen to keep pushing the brand to higher levels with each passing day, such that over 327,838 units of Lexus-labeled cars were sold in the first six months of 2018. As things get more interesting, word on the street is that Lexus has become one of the best, if not the best, among the well-known household luxury car brands. Is Lexus
[nextpage]2018 has come with its exiting thrills. From the 'Quiet Mode' on the new Ford Mustang to the gesture-controlled sunroof blind on the Jaguar XF Sportbrake, augmented reality navigation on the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class, ePedal on the new Nissan Leaf and even shopping bag boot on the Volvo V60, everything so far has been "lit" for the car community this year. Getting down to business, its not every time that you see these shiny features working all the time after the purchase has been made. For when the chips are down, the user starts getting to know how frustrating his/her brand new car really is. And for that, we would write down the 11 most reliable car brands or car companies in the world, as data computed from tens and hundreds of thousands of car users at Consu...