2015 New York Auto Show: Everyday Cars

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Scion iM
Under the hood, the 137-horsepower engine can be matched with a manual or automatic transmission with a broad torque curve, which should provide snappy performance. An added benefit for those who opt for the manual transmission: iM features a hill holder to prevent rolling backward when starting on an incline. The iM will arrive in showrooms this fall, priced under $20,000.

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  1. Maybe it’s the photography but the new cars look just gorgeous, the colors brighter and the surface shells more elegant. Maybe they’re using new materials?

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