2021 Hyundai Kona Night Edition: Another blackout trim package for the masses

Honestly, I think there are way better-looking specs for the Kona, and it looks better in brighter colors.


The 2021 Hyundai Kona jumps on the blackout package bandwagon with the new Night Edition.

Hyundai revealed the limited-run compact crossover on Wednesday, though to be fair, there’s more than just some black trim accents to make the Night Edition stand out. Most notably, it gets a set of 18-inch Rays wheels finished in a semigloss black. But that’s about it.

The rest of

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2021 Toyota Avalon gets all-wheel drive, blacked-out Nightshade trim

The Avalon isn’t a bad-looking sedan, but that grille is enormous.


Toyota is updating a few of its core four-door models for 2021, including the full-size Avalon. The cushy cruiser benefits from a few tweaks, plus the addition of some important underbody hardware, which Toyota debuted Wednesday.

Undoubtedly, the biggest news here is the availability of all-wheel drive. This will be the first time an Avalon has been offered with AWD, and it will be an option on XLE and Limited trims. This grip-enhancing feature will be paired with a familiar 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that’s good for an adequate

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2021 Ford Bronco Sport: Price, trim and equipment deep dive

The gang’s all here!


Not only do we (finally) have the 2021 Ford Bronco to bask in, but the automaker also went ahead and revealed the latest member of the newly reborn Bronco family on Monday: the 2021 Bronco Sport. While it won’t have the same off-road chops as the Bronco proper, the Bronco Sport sounds like a pretty formidable thing on paper. Let’s dive into more of the specifics surrounding the small SUV’s trims, equipment and its price.


Let’s get the latter part out of the way first. The 2021 Bronco Sport will cost $28,155 after

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2021 Cadillac XT6 actually gets cheaper with new Luxury trim

Meet the new XT6 Luxury trim.


Fresh off its first full year on the market, the Cadillac XT6 returns for 2021 with some light updates, and a price cut, if you want to look at it that way.

The automaker said Tuesday the XT6 will now start at $49,985, thanks to the new Luxury trim. Previously, the least expensive XT6 was the Premium Luxury trim with its $53,690 price. All prices include a $995 destination charge. The new entry-level trim is meant to make it accessible to more shoppers entering the premium SUV market, Cadillac said.

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