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Although crossovers have been taking the sales crown away from sedans in America, small cars have been getting a lot of attention in recent years. Kia now joins the party with an all-new version of their popular Forte sedan. With mini Stinger styling, a clean interior, and improved fuel economy, it should make quite the splash when it comes to market later this year.
KBB's coverage of the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. Even though it’s not an all-new car the 2019 Lincoln Nautilus represents a major move forward for Lincoln’s midsize. With a revised engine lineup, a new 8-speed automatic transmission, and bold styling borrowed from its larger Navigator sibling the new Nautilus is a more than serviceable replacement for the now departed MKX. For the latest Lincoln pricing and information: https://www.kbb.com/lincoln/
New Ford Edge 2018 SUV has launched in Europe with the addition of a new ST-Line trim level. The updated version of the SUV has been launched with a number of upgrades including the introduction of new driver assistance systems, engines and styling. It shares the same facelift as the US model that debuted at the Detroit Motor Show earlier this year. Updates to the design included a more aggressive headlight and LED lights as standard and a reshaped front grille. Ford has also ditched the characteristic light bar at the rear. There is a new addition to the European engine range, a new 2.0-litre Ecoblue bi-turbo diesel variant that will sit at the top of the range. This powertrain develops 235bhp and is said to develop the same power and torque of a larger capacity engine. It will be mated to a new eight-speed automatic transmission and will come with Ford Intelligent All-Wheel Drive. Two other versions of the Ecoblue engine will be offered by Ford which include a 187 bhp version and a 148bhp variant. The 187 bhp version will come with a manual six-speed manual gearbox and Ford Intelligent All Wheel Drive, while the 148bhp version come with the high-speed automatic transmission and comes in front-wheel drive. This transmission has been fitted with a number of modes - Adaptive Shift Scheduling and Adaptive Shift Quality Control - that is said to both adapt to road and terrain conditions and also suit the driver’s style. Four different trim levels will be on offer - Vignale, Titanium, Trend and ST-Line. The ST-Line is a new addition for Europe and adds a more dynamic exterior and interior design. This includes huge 20-inch and 21-inch alloy wheels, body coloured lower door, wing and body side mouldings, and a front upper grille with a unique black finish for the horizontal bars and surround. Inside the car there are aluminium sports pedals and perforated partial leather Miko-Dinamica seats with 10-way power adjusters in the front. Elsewhere in the interior is an eight-inch infotainment system with Ford’s SYNC 3 communications and entertainment which allows Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Subscribe now : https://goo.gl/M7yJtf Follow us Facebook : https://www.fb.me/4drivetime twitter : https://twitter.com/4Drivetime
Although not Ford's best-selling crossover, the Edge soldiers on as one of the few 2-row midsize crossovers on the market. After 4 years into its lifecycle, the second generation gets a heavy refresh for 2019. New this year is a performance ST variant, with up to 335 horses, an 8-speed transmission, and sport tuned suspension, it should add some spice into the family crossover segment.