2017 Ford Fusion

The current generation Ford Fusion first came out in 2013, and it was an instant hit with consumers. The front end looked like something out of Aston Martin, especially the grille and the headlights. A lot of people thought that this would age relatively fast, but here we are, three years later, and it still looks as cool as the day it came out. In order to keep it that way, Ford decided to facelift it a bit for 2017, so you get a few changes to the front-fascia, the new Sync 3 system gets introduced, as well as the flagship Platinum trim, and we get a beast of an engine with the V6 Sport model.

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2017 Toyota Corolla

On the face of it, the Toyota Corolla seems to be lacking in a lot of areas when compared to its rivals, but is that really the case? Because it’s still one of the most sought after small sedans on the market, so surely, there must be a reason for its success. Well, while Toyota’s impeccable reliability and customer service might have something to do with it, it’s certainly down to the car itself.

On the exterior at least, you can blame the Corolla for looking uninspiring. Continue reading “2017 Toyota Corolla”

2017 Honda Civic

There’s a good reason the Honda Civic is one of the best selling small hatchbacks and sedans on the market. It’s affordable, reliable, practical, decently powerful and overall, one of the best vehicles currently for sale. It is, unquestionably, all the car you’ll ever need, in terms of getting you everywhere and delivering what it promises.

Honda has always managed to keep it one level above its competitors. 2016 was a big year for the Civic. It was a complete redesign, with lots of fresh features and unique details.

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2017 Honda Accord

For many people, the Honda Accord represents what a midsize sedan should look, feel and sound like. It’s an amazing car with lots of features, but with next to no changes for 2017, you do have to wonder if it can still keep its own in this highly competitive segment. The only change Honda has made comes in the form of a new trim to the lineup called the Sport Special Edition. It includes the regular Sport trim’s features but adds heated leather seats complete with red stitching. Has Honda done enough?

Based on the exterior, yes and no. Yes, because it’s still rather handsome and visually appealing, but no because it does show its age. Despite that, we still like the way it looks. Continue reading “2017 Honda Accord”

2017 Toyota Camry

The Toyota Camry has always been one of the best midsize sedans. It was never the best at anything in particular, but great all around. This made it the obvious choice for people who were looking at this segment, and wanted something predictable and reliable. Naturally, it had its flaws, like all cars do, but they weren’t enough to put off most people from purchasing it. The newest, 2017 model aims to improve the Camry further, rounding off all the edges of the previous year vehicle.

Changes have been minimal, but they are noticeable.

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