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Photo of the 2017 Versa courtesy of Nissan.
2017 Nissan Versa Starts at $12,825
Nissan's 2017 Versa subcompact car retails for at least $12,825, which remains unchanged from the 2016 model year. The sedan is on sale now.
Photo of the 2017 GMC Canyon Denali courtesy of GM.
2017 GMC Canyon Adds 8-Speed Automatic, Like Colorado
The GMC Canyon will also receive an 8-speed transmission and slightly more efficient V-6 that mirror updates announced for its sister Colorado mid-size pickup as well as adding the off-road Terrain X trim grade to the lineup for the 2017 model year.
Photo of 2017 F-250 4x4 Crew Cab Platinum courtesy of Ford.
Ford Increases Super Duty Fuel Tank Capacity
Ford's gasoline and diesel 2017 Super Duty trucks will come equipped with a 48-gallon fuel tank that provides a 22% increase over the outgoing diesel models and 37% increase over the gasoline models.
Photo of the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado courtesy of GM.
Chevrolet Colorado Improves V-6 for 2017
The Chevrolet Colorado mid-size pickup will offer a more efficient V-6 engine and transmission for the 2017 model year, Chevrolet has announced.
Photo by Vince Taroc.
Nissan's 2017 Pathfinder Starts at $30,890
Nissan's mildly refreshed 2017 Pathfinder will retail for at least $30,890 when it goes on sale later this week, Nissan has announced.
Photo of 2017 Corolla XSE courtesy of Toyota.
Toyota's 2017 Corolla Starts at $18,500
Toyota's base model 2017 Corolla will retail for $18,500, which reflects a $281 increase from the prior year, the automaker has announced.
Photo of 2017 Mazda6 courtesy of Mazda.
2017 Mazda6 Starts at $22,780
Mazda has set pricing for its 2017 Mazda6, which will retail for at least $22,780 — a $450 increase from the 2016 model, the automaker has announced.
Photo of the Escala concept sedan courtesy of Cadillac.
Cadillac's Escala Concept Previews Future Design
Cadillac is showing off its Escala concept vehicle that will point toward the future of design and show several technical systems now in development, according to the automaker.
Genesis Cars to Offer Amazon Alexa Connectivity
Hyundai's Genesis brand will.add connectivity for Amazon's Alexis service that will allow a driver to send commands to the vehicle from one of Amazon's connected devices, including Echo, Tap, Echo Dot and Fire TV.
How Much are Flat Tires Costing You?
Automotive Fleet’s flat tire survey has been extended to Friday, Sept. 1. The survey is designed to help fleets get a better idea of how much flat tires are costing them.

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