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Photo of 2017 Sentra SR Turbo courtesy of Nissan.
Nissan's 2017 Sentra Pricing Announced
Nissan's base model 2017 Sentra will retail for $18,825, which represents a $360 increase from the outgoing model, NIssan has announced. Nissan is adding the SR turbo model for 2017.
Photo of 2018 Chevrolet Equinox courtesy of GM.
2018 Chevrolet Equinox Adds Turbo, Diesel Engines
Chevrolet's 2018 Equinox will add a pair of turbo-charged four-cylinder engines and an optional turbo-diesel as the compact SUV enters its third generation.
The Fuso eCanter shown at IAA displays a little more pizazz for the show, including a redesigned interior showcasing connectivity functions. Photo: Deborah Lockridge
Daimler: Electric Delivery Trucks, Vans on the Way for U.S.
By Deborah Lockridge
Daimler plans to introduce two new electric commercial vehicles into the U.S. in the next few years, it announced at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hannover, Germany, while also showing off a highly connected and efficient electric concept truck.
Photo of 2017 Corolla courtesy of Toyota.
2017 Toyota Corolla Adds Standard Back-Up Camera
Toyota is adding a standard back-up camera and 7-inch touch screen its Corolla for the 2017 model year.
Photo of GLA250 courtesy of MBUSA.
Mercedes-Benz GLA Upgrades Tech for 2017
The Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class luxury crossover will add several technology upgrades for 2017, including a larger display, improved integration for a Garmin nav unit, and Android Auto smartphone integration.
Photo of CLA250 courtesy of MBUSA.
Mercedes-Benz CLA Gets Light Update for 2017
Mercedes Benz is giving its CLA-Class a light refresh for 2017 that includes new front and rear bumpers, light-alloy wheels, and several interior enhancements.
Photo of 2017 smart fortwo courtesy of MBUSA.
Smart Fortwo Improved for 2017
The smart fortwo has been improved for the 2017 model year and becomes more comfortable to operate by drivers of branded fleets or government parking enforcement units.
Photo courtesy of Ford.
Ford Details Adaptive Steering on Super Duty, Edge
Ford's new adaptive steering technology that's been added to 2017 Super Duty trucks and the 2016 Edge mid-size SUV improves steering efficiency and effort so the vehicles are easier to steer at various speeds.
Photo of the 2017 A4 courtesy of Audi.
Audi Adds Manual Transmission to 2017 AWD A4
Audi will offer a redesigned manual transmission with its 2017 A4 Quattro all-wheel-drive sedan that it says would be the only luxury sedan with that particular pairing.
Photo courtesy of Mazda.
Mazda3 Gets Light Update for 2017
The Mazda3 returns for the 2017 model year with light updates, including more standard content, technology that improves handling, and simplified trim levels.

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Photo by Chris Wolski. Mercedes-Benz Shows Fleet Managers E-Class Safety Tech
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Photo of 2017 E-Class courtesy of Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz: New Models Meet New Needs
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