January 28, 2023
Chrysler Dodge

Dodge Grand Caravan name will live on

As part of their agreement with Fiat to sharpen up the brand, Chrysler has promised to eliminate branding confusion within their product lineup. Though many products have been dropped and renamed, the Dodge Grand Caravan and Chrysler Town & Country survived for a while. Recently more and more rumors have turned up about the Dodge […]

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VW

Volkswagen Jetta U.S. engine to be replaced

Volkswagen is doing great pretty much all over the world, but the U.S. market is rather trickier than predicted and their Achilles’ heel for a number of reasons. One of these seems to be an issue with fuel economy. Despite plenty of efforts with clean diesel, gasoline powered models are still most popular in North […]

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Nissan

Nissan will take it slow with the Titan

Nissan didn’t get anything out of the immense full-size pickup segment of the U.S. market as their offering, the Titan, turned out to be much of a flop. Despite this, Nissan’s chairman, Mr Colin Dodge (not ironic at all) says that the Japanese company is going to take it slow and build up their entry. […]

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Hyundai

Hyundai Veloster may get five doors in U.S.

The Hyundai Veloster is a moment of craziness from the Koreans. It may be a pretty standard vehicle inside, but the way you get there is unusual to say the least. Originally built with a four door body, they aren’t where you’d expect them to be. There’s one on the driver’s side, two on the […]

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Toyota

Toyota provides extra details on their Camry

Toyota’s 2012 Camry has been around for very little time but during this period it has been treating us more than well. That seems, is not about to stop. The latest of available details on the new version of the Toyota Camry focus on the Japanese version of the mid sized sedan and some new […]

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Lexus

2012 Lexus CT200h gets F-Sport pack

Lexus set out with the CT200h to undo the bad image of hybrids, the cheap image of hatchbacks and basically offer the perfect car. Since they didn’t do “that” well in the reviews and not a lot of people are interested in it, the Japanese luxury brand is trying to improve it in order to […]

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Abarth Auto Shows Fiat

Fiat 500 Abarth to debut at 2011 LA Auto Show

Fiat’s 500 long ago took over American fashion-conscious cities such as New York and the likes and has even went on to penetrate the rest of the U.S. market. The Italian company’s hotter version of the 500, something the Europeans have enjoyed for years was still reluctant to appear over there. Now, thanks to a […]

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Zenvo

Zenvo ST-1 gets a special 50S limited edition

It’s not like the Danish at Zenvo have ever produced hundreds of thousands of their ST-1 supercar but still it’s getting a special limited edition. The “new” car will be also called the 50S and it has come to life being the result of the coming together of Red Sea Distribution and Zenvo. The two […]

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Lamborghini Supercars

Lamborghini Aventador Roadster’s U.S. market presence confirmed

Lamborghini has been considerably full of surprises lately so they decided to cool things off and refrain from announcing anything new for a while. While the Italians were putting away the plans and hints for a new “every day” model in the form of the Estoque and readying themselves for a vacation people elsewhere had […]

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BMW

BMW’s Scooter, the Concept C will be coming to America

Originally unveiled in preparation for the Milan Motorcycle Show it seemed like the BMW Scooter Concept would disappear into the pages of history pretty fast. As it happens, that’s not the case, especially since the Bavarians are have much bigger plans for this electric two wheeler.

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Cadillac

Cadillac is apparently interested in a big RWD sedan

Rumors come and rumors come, it’s part of the charm of them actually being called rumors. Every now and then, that rumor that comes along is actually tempting to believe in. This one, related to General Motors’ crown jewel, the luxury car maker we’ve all come to know as Cadillac is planning on getting back […]

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BMW

BMW X1 closer to U.S. market, not quite there yet

The Germans must still be smarting a little bit over whatever happened back in the Second World War, especially since the Americans sort of intervened on the whole situation. Why would I say that? Because the 2011 BMW X1, a very attractive model from Bavaria seems to be reluctant towards appearing on the U.S. market.

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Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar and Land Rover US get new Vice Presidents

If this was a new movie, it would be a critic’s preferred choice and if this was a sales conference, lots of cigarettes would be smoked during breaks. Meanwhile, since this is the real world, the British at Jaguar-Land Rover have announced their new Vice Presidents, the ones that are supposed to take over operations […]

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Maserati

Maserati GranTurismo MC will be seen on American streets

Now that’s something generous of the Italians, for once, and a rare opportunity at that, they’ve decided to make one of their special edition cars available in the U.S. In this particular case, I’m talking about the Maserati GranTurismo MC, the faster and meaner version of the trident’s stunning GT car.

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VW

Volkswagen Bulli’s 2011 New York Auto Show

I know the play on words is cheesy, somehow it doesn’t stop me enjoying speaking about Volkswagen’s latest people carrier concept. The new creation was presented at the 2011 New York Auto Show and the name chosen for it was Volkswagen Bulli; sorry for ruining the surprise.

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Mercedes

New York Auto Show sees Mercedes confirming US A Class

Having barely shown us the new Mercedes A-Class Concept and its conceptual point, the Germans brought it to New York to tell us more. Actually, Mercedes also showcased the latest A-Class in Shanghai but that’s really another story. The one told in New York is much better.

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Kia

2012 Kia Rio sedan will be seen in New York

Keeping fresh is one of the key selling points of any car lineup so the Koreans want to stay on top of their game which is why they refreshed the 2012 Kia Rio. We’ve already been told that the 2012 Kia Rio goes for a mix between style and fuel efficiency and we now find […]

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BMW

Rumors on the BMW 1 Series M Coupe’s power

A series of fans of the BMW 1 Series have grouped themselves together at a place called 1addicts.com and recently they’ve discovered a few things that are nothing short of amazing. Apparently, there’s a rumor going round, teamed with the above picture, which speaks of the BMW 1 Series M Coupe as having a special […]

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Lexus Toyota

Lexus LFA not sold out

It would appear that the recent fuss about Toyota’s high performance creation entitled the Lexus LFA being sold out may have been slightly out of context. There’s also been a major change in market placement as the original cap of 150 LFA’s which were registered for Stateside consumption has increased to a total of 171, […]

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