April 18, 2024

2012 Buick LaCrosse has an official engine upgrade planned out

In preparation for a 2012 model year for the Buick LaCrosse, GM announced a second surprise they have up their sleeve for their customers. The first surprise has been out there for a while now and it is the 2012 Buick LaCrosse eAssist, the version that has fuel economy in mind. The second surprise is

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Cadillac may have gotten a new marketing agency

This is what some rumors have been cropping up with in relation with the American company’s marketing issues. The decision seems to fall on the shoulders of the new marketing chief Joel Ewanick of parent company, General Motors.

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Hyundai’s 5 liter V8 serves up a surprise

Korean automaker Hyundai has just released details about their new 5.0L Tau V8 engine and there is a very interesting piece of reading on that spec sheet. The Tau 5 liter V8 engine develops no less than 429 horsepower, actually this is yet to be confirmed by facts but this is what spokesmen for Hyundai

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Sales of the Porsche Panamera are a surprise

Luckily for the Stuttgart based, performance oriented company the sales figures for their latest launch, the Porsche Panamera are a pleasant surprise. The official sales records prove that the four door saloon offered by Porsche exceeded all expectations and, as a result, the Germans have raised their forecast for the year.

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Chrysler Lancia

Lancia comes together with Chrysler

Yesterday, Fiat has had a presentation of it’s five year business plan has been full of surprises, one of which was Montezemolo resigning from his position as Fiat SpA chairman. Another unexpected piece of news from this presentation was in publishing the decision that would solve how the group will handle the selling and marketing

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Kia Optima Coupe and Station Wagon

You may remember the 2011 Kia Optima release that happened just a few weeks ago. It’s the sort of car that people talk about. Well for the Korean car maker it’s not enough. They have recently announced there will be a Optima Coupe version and of course, a more traditional, Optima Station Wagon one. Quite

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