Combined with a $7,500 federal tax credit, BMW says the incentive would reduce the i3's base price by about a third.
The 2018 Alfa Romeo's Stelvio, a crossover SUV named for a mountain pass in Italy, is beautifully styled and distinctive in a sea teeming with anonymous competitors.
Once upon a time, "Best Sonata ever" would have elicited giggles. But these days, the Hyundai sedan actually performs quite well among midsize sedans.
While attractive and roomy, Nissan's bestselling crossover trails other compacts in acceleration from 0 to 60. And braking and steering are just average.
The boxy Kia Soul has been without redesign since the 2014 model year, but when you have a successful boxy design, why change it? But this year, a stronger engine improves performance - and fuel economy.
None of the vehicle's rivals can begin to match the off-road prowess of the all-wheel-drive Cherokee Trailhawk, with its increased clearance, improved approach and departure angles, and locking rear differential.
With smaller but more powerful engines, lighter materials, new safety features, and better infotainment systems, SUVs, crossovers, trucks - and even some cars - of the future will do more with less effort.
The Yaris iA started as a new Scion imported from Mazda's Mexico plant. Then Toyota killed the Scion brand. But this rather fun bargain found new life as another kind of Yaris.
The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, near Philadelphia International Airport, attracts visitors from around the globe to view one a premier collection of cars devoted to racing.
Predictably, Earth's only four-door muscle car ain't cheap. The tester's sticker read "Base price: $66,295."
Here's a chance to check out some of the latest cars while maybe getting a chance to sit down and take a breather from the crowds. Five of them have even been through a week of testing.
Imagine a roomy, sumptuous vehicle that weighs nearly three tons getting from 0 to 60 in 4.3 seconds. Yet the AMG GLS63 is also solid, quiet, and comfortable.
Dropping from 17.5 million units in 2016 to 17.2 million in 2017 is not causing a panic among automakers. Technological advances mean buyers still have plenty of reasons to check out the Philadelphia Auto Show.