Let’s turn the dial back almost 16 years to June of 2001.
What is luxury? Is it merely the whiff of supple leather and the click of highly technical features? Is it knowing that your object is composed of upscale materials that are expensive to obtain and perhaps difficult to maintain? Surely it must include the experience of possessing a name brand that others know is expensive and out of their reach, inspiring envy.
Acura is tackling this problem head-on, by equipping its first-ever hybrid SUV with not only added fuel economy but also more power than its gas-guzzling counterpart.
Crews battled the fire on the side of the school closest to the fuel tank but the wind was also blowing flames away from the tank.
Ford finally brought over its ridiculously fast all-wheel-drive Focus RS (available only with a hatch and 6-speed manual), Honda gave us a lustworthy Civic Hatchback for the first time in a decade, and even the Chevrolet Cruze now sports a rear liftgate too. It’s a brave new world for five-doors.