Articles about Chicago Auto Show

It's sleeker, smarter, and gets a turbo option
Living up to its name
While our market has just welcomed back the presence of Kia (and along with it, an updated Sportage), the Korean carmaker has already introduced yet another facelift of its compact crossover, this time in the US. The 2020 Sportage has just debuted
The 'Snow Patrol' looks fun, too
Yes, we know it doesn't snow here in the Philippines. But that doesn't make what Nissan's done to its cars here any less awesome. The two vehicles you see before you are the extreme, 'winterized' versions of the 370Z
It's a sportier midsize sedan
After almost three decades, the Subaru Legacy has evolved from a somewhat quirky sporty sedan into the more refined midsize we know today. The current generation made its global debut three years ago. Back then, the Japanese carmaker boasted about its class-
Third time's a charm?
Honda has unveiled the third-generation 2016 Pilot at the Chicago Auto Show. It's sleeker, larger and more stylish. Most important, this SUV has gotten lighter.The all-new Pilot is 89mm longer and about 136kg lighter than the outgoing second-
Including a crossover truck concept
Korean automaker Hyundai is continuing its conquest of the global market in general and the US market in particular, displaying three main show cars at the ongoing Chicago Auto Show. This underscores the company's earnest intent to get a bigger slice
As sale of production model nears
Mazda has revealed at the ongoing Chicago Motor Show what it calls the MX-5 Accessories Design concept just before the actual production car goes on sale later this year. More importantly, the Japanese carmaker has revealed the output of the MX-
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