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A Glimpse From Bose at the Speaker Layout of the CT6

With the announcement of a new direction for Cadillac that includes higher end luxury models as well as higher performance models found in the V-Series, it really should come as no surprise Cadillac has over done many of its features at the top of their food chain. The CT6 is being marketed as the top… Read more »

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Jaguar and Aston Martin Face Off in New Bond Movie

We’ve seen some of the most epic car chase scenes in cinematic history in the James Bond series. The spy thriller is known for fancy gadgets, amazing weapons, and fast cars. The next in the series, Spectre, features two icons in new forms.

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Mitsubishi doesn’t want EVO Name to Die

When people think of Mitsubishi, they think of EVO. When they think of EVO, they think of rally speed. While the Lancer EVO may be leaving, the namesake may continue in the form of an electric sports utility vehicle.

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Family Sedans Compared

We can discuss great power, awesome performance, how many luxury features are aboard and the quality of the looks of just about any vehicle on or off the road, but the simple reality is if a manufacturer doesn’t offer a fantastic family sedan, or several of them, they are leaving out the largest market in… Read more »

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Jeep Follow Suit with Concept Vehicles Making their Debut at Moab

What is the benefit of an auto show? Like any other trade show the purpose is to showcase new and upcoming models for the public to enjoy and show excitement for. Over the years some of these shows have started to include several test runs and simulations in order for car manufacturers to give those… Read more »

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FCA Minivan Testing Offers Confusion

For generations Chrysler has been king of the minivans with the Town & Country. When it was first introduced, Chrysler (now Fiat Chrysler Automobiles or FCA) offers two versions of the minivan, the Dodge Caravan and the Chrysler Town & Country which was similar to what GM was doing with the Chevrolet minivans that were… Read more »

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Chevy Unplugs

Given the recent upswing of environmental crusades, the rebirth of the electric car was sure to make waves, and Chevrolet certainly did just that with the 2011 release of the Volt. Finally there seemed to be an answer to the question as to how city driving could be handled in a more economical and earth-friendly… Read more »

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Saying Goodbye to the Land Rover Defender

As a vehicle that has prowled the streets, hills, and rocky patches of Europe for nearly seven decades the Land Rover Defender celebrates its swan song this year with a round of three versions which will be built with the same care and precision this vehicle has enjoyed for so many years. The Land Rover… Read more »

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When the Subaru Impreza was a Tuner Car

With the popularity of the “Fast and Furious” movies teens and young adults showed up in droves to try and build cars that would resemble the looks and feelings they saw on the movie screen. Buying custom parts and adding power, torque, and speed in any form became the name of the game. Seeing a… Read more »