2023 Chevy Colorado, 2024 VW Atlas headline this week’s new car news
The 2023 calendar year is no longer new, but automakers are on top of it by rolling out new and redesigned models for 2024 that should arrive this summer. We recapped a few 2024 debuts from the 2023 Chicago Auto Show, and spent some time behind the wheel of fresh 2023 models.
Here’s what moved—and rattled—us.
2023 Chevrolet Colorado review
The redesigned mid-size pickup truck comes loaded with standard features but only a crew-cab short-bed configuration. More power, additional standard safety equipment, and improved connected technology earn the 2023 Chevy Colorado TCC Rating of 5.4 out of 10.
2024 Volkswagen Atlas preview
Volkswagen refreshed the 2024 Atlas three-row crossover and the five-seat 2024 Atlas Cross Sport with new ends, updated tech, and a more efficient turbo-4 in place of the discontinued V-6.
Redesigned 2024 Buick Encore GX costs $28,090
The small crossover sports a new interior flush with the latest infotainment system, but the turbo-3 powertrains remain the same.
2024 Mazda CX-90 preview
The Mazda CX-90 will replace the CX-9 as the brand’s largest SUV, bringing the possibility of a plug-in hybrid version plus seating for up to 8.
2024 Jaguar F-Type review
With robust power and gorgeous styling, the F-Type rates a 6.2 out of 10. Jaguar bids adieu to its svelte and powerful F-Type this year. Get one while you can.
2024 Nissan GT-R review
Almost as old as Godzilla himself, the GT-R still thrills with its acceleration and grip. It’s a 5.8.
Tesla recalls nearly 363,000 EVs with Full Self-Driving software
Due to pressure from the NHTSA, Tesla has issued a recall for all cars equipped with Full Self-Driving.
Ram 2500 heavy-duty diesel trucks recalled for engine fires
In trucks equipped with a Cummins 6.7-liter turbodiesel inline-6 engine, an electrical short can trigger an engine compartment fire.
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