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An interesting attempt to give the Lexus brand some character.
Kia will recall 2004 – 2007 Spectras for corrosion that may lead to the fuel tank falling from the vehicle, while Ford is recalling certain E-Series vans for faulty seat brackets.
In recent years, we’ve seen Rolls-Royce revive the “EX” moniker for a number of experimental and concept vehicles (most recently the 102 EX electric Phantom, which debuted at the 2011 Geneva motor show).
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As we understood it, Ford had no intention of selling the hopped-up 5.0-liter V-8 found in the 2012 Mustang Boss 302 outside of a completed vehicle.
Apple was recently found tracking the location of its iPhone users, but it doesn’t appear to be the only gadget maker consumers using its devices.
Chrysler management has previously balked at the interest payments tied to its loans from the United States and Canadian governments, but the company may be free from those hurdles by the end of summer.
The sixth-generation Corvette is now entering its eighth year of production, but it appears Chevrolet isn’t about to let its hallowed sports car languish entirely for the 2012 model year.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has tested few — if any — recent mainstream electric vehicles, but after the 2011 Chevrolet Volt and the 2011 Nissan Leaf passed a battery (pun intended) of tests, both models have been named as IIHS Top Safety Picks.
How well does the 2011 Buick LaCrosse perform in a collision?
It’s no secret that Mitsubishi’s i is finally making its way to the U.S.
China has recently taken a larger role in Rolls-Royce’s business, and to show its gratitude the automaker used the Shanghai motor show to reveal a pair of new products.
Mercedes-Benz isn’t expected to drop its 2012 SL until later this year at the Frankfurt motor show, but the automaker continues to test its range-topping roadster.
Hyundai’s Assurance program was an instant hit when it launched at the start of the recession in early 2009, giving customers the security of knowing they could return their car in certain cases without a hit on their credit scores.
Ferrari has introduced a handful of models specific to the Chinese market in the past few years, and that attention appears to be paying off as the Asian nation is expected to become one of its most important markets.
Following several weeks of closures at its manufacturing facility in Trollhaettan, Sweden, Saab now aims to resume production next week say company officials.
Kia has been on an all-out product assault over the past two years, replacing nearly every model in its lineup while adding a few in the process.
Earlier this year Chevrolet revealed its new MyLink touchscreen infotainment system, and today Buick announced its own variation of the technology.
The Nissan Versa made a splash when it went on sale in the United States in 2006.
It’s been over a month since the March 11th earthquake and tsunami struck off the coast of Japan, but automakers continue to struggle to get back on their feet.
Frankfurt Auto Show