What can you say about the 1961 full-size Mercury? Well, it has clean lines and conservative trim compared to cars of the 50s. Not a particularly exciting car in the looks department, but one that no one could really criticize - it didn’t polarize prospective buyers as the Edsel did just three years earlier.
You could argue that the 2019 Jetta's most profound improvement really didn't happen ASAP. But MQB has finally found its way under this VW, which, BTW, seems BFF with its new foundation.
Nissan became one of the early adopters of the two-row crossover idea when it debuted its then all-new Murano for the 2003 model year. But it was the third-generation Murano, which bowed for the 2015 model year, that really made this guy a fashion leader in the ever increasing crowd of five-passenger crossovers.
Government and Talladega Super Speedway officials announced a $50 million infield transformation project to coincide with the track’s 50th anniversary next year.