It’s not what you may think. The rear wheel “turn” is a very subtle camber tweak. Torque News takes a look at how it works and why you’ll want it on your next car.
Unlike other recent Kia success stories, like the Kia Forte and the Kia Optima, the Kia Sedona enters a segment that no one is anxious to enter.
People are afraid to adopt the technology because they want to be able to drive hundreds of miles every day they own their car – when in reality most never will.
Mitsubishi is determined to rebrand their image completely and have said they will drop the 2015 Lancer Evolution after this model year.
The compact luxury sports sedan is a curious commodity. The sector isn’t as vast or populated as it was in years past with domestic entries all but eliminated by the great recession.