Thursday, August 11, 2016

2016 Hyundai Veloster Turbo DCT Test: Not All Changes Are Improvements


The typical new car launches with much fanfare and then goes three or four years with few changes until its “shiny new” wears off. After a few mid-cycle upgrades, it then soldiers on for a few more years until, usually, it is replaced by an all-new version. So logic would suggest that a given car would be best at the end of its life, having undergone all the improvements it can. READ MORE ››

from Car and Driver Blog

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