Here are the six must-read, must-watch auto news stories and videos for Monday, January 18, 2016.
Is there room between the subcompact CX-3 and compact CX-5 for a Mazda CX-4? Perhaps, and particularly if Mazda’s second-generation CX-5 – the first CX-5 is four years old – expands to take its place among larger compact SUVs.
Determining whether Fiat Chrysler dealers in the U.S. were tasked with inflating sales figures last year will take some time. But Automotive News’ reports suggest that dealers weren’t nearly as bothered by the allegations as investors were.
It’s been a little more than 13 months since we published our somewhat harsh review of the 2015 Mitsubishi Outlander. A slightly refreshed 2016 Outlander is set to arrive at GCBC Towers this morning. Before you find out what we think next week, here’s Car & Driver’s verdict.
England’s Westminster Council is being criticized for driving very luxurious cars while planning cutbacks to childcare. How expensive? Leasing an Audi A8L is expensive. Maintaining a Rolls-Royce Silver Seraph costs a pretty penny, as well.
GCBC just began a new series called Car Of The Day You Can’t Have. We began with the Ford Focus ST TDCi wagon and seconded that with a Mercedes-Benz C-Class wagon that’ll be sold in Canada soon. This SsangYong Tivoli would fit in that series, too, if we thought you’d want a SsangYong Tivoli.