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September 17 - September 27, 2015

Look for the home brands to come out strong at the Frankfurt auto show. Held on odd numbered years, it always features the hottest new German cars.

2006 Opel Vectra and Signum
Frankfurt Auto Show

2006 Opel Vectra and Signum

GM would like us to believe that these are all-new models, but essentially this is just a mid-cycle freshening of Europe's best-selling mid-size sedan. (See, GM can beat the Japanese).
Automobilemag
| Sep 04, 2005
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2006 Nissan Micra C+C
Frankfurt Auto Show

2006 Nissan Micra C+C

The Micra C+C is the latest in a rash of folding-roof coupe/cabriolets hitting European streets. The C+C does have a slight twist, though, because the folding roof isn't metal, but glass. It takes 22 seconds for the roof to fold under the double-hinged trunk lid.
Automobilemag
| Sep 02, 2005
2006 Nissan Note
Frankfurt Auto Show

2006 Nissan Note

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Automobilemag
| Sep 02, 2005
2006 Nissan Micra 160SR
Frankfurt Auto Show

2006 Nissan Micra 160SR

The Micra is a cool small car, but it hardly oozes with driver appeal. Nissan wants to change that with the sporty SR, which uses a brand-new DOHC, 16-valve, 1.6-liter in-line four-cylinder engine that produces 109 hp and 113 lb-ft of torque. Nissan claims that the car will reach 114 mph and acceler
Automobilemag
| Sep 02, 2005
2006 Skoda Octavia RS
Frankfurt Auto Show

2006 Skoda Octavia RS

In an effort to inject some sex appeal into its Octavia line, Skoda is introducing sporty RS versions of both the Octavia wagon and sedan. Featuring sport suspensions, the two cars are powered by the VW Group's familiar 197-hp 2.0-liter turbo four, endowing the sedan with a top speed of 149 mph and
Automobilemag
| Sep 02, 2005
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Mazda Sassou Concept
Frankfurt Auto Show

Mazda Sassou Concept

The Mazda Sassou reveals a possible future design direction for the maker's small cars. The Sassou debuted at the Frankfurt show, appropriate given that it was designed nearby at Mazda's German design center.
Automobilemag
| Sep 01, 2005
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Ford Iosis Concept
Frankfurt Auto Show

Ford Iosis Concept

Unlike the SAV concept--Ford's 2005 Geneva auto show exercise unveiled earlier this year--the swoopy Ford Iosis concept is quite far from production-ready. The sedan with gull-wing doors and intricate and expensive details is said to be a preview of the "kinetic design" direction that future Europea
Automobilemag
| Sep 01, 2005
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Toyota Yaris
Frankfurt Auto Show

Toyota Yaris

Toyota is showing its redesigned three- and five-door Yaris subcompacts at Frankfurt--which is actually news for America, because the three-door and a sedan will go on sale in the U.S. next spring as 2007 models, replacing the goofy Echo.
Automobilemag
| Sep 01, 2005
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2007 Chevrolet Aveo
Frankfurt Auto Show

2007 Chevrolet Aveo

The 2006 Chevrolet Aveo debuted in Shanghai this past April, but the Frankfurt show marks the sedan's European debut. The new car, which according to GM shares only the windshield, two windows, and large sections of the body structure with the outgoing model, is a drastic improvement over the previo
Automobilemag
| Sep 01, 2005
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2007 Saab 9-5
Frankfurt Auto Show

2007 Saab 9-5

Listen to the publicity blurbs, and you would think that the 9-5 is a brand-new vehicle. Uh, no.
Automobilemag
| Sep 01, 2005
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2007 Toyota RAV4
Frankfurt Auto Show

2007 Toyota RAV4

The latest RAV4 has grown significantly, with a nearly three-inch longer wheelbase and more dynamic, less truck-like styling. At launch in Europe, it will have 2.2-liter diesel and 2.0-liter gasoline engines, but expect the U.S. version to have the 2.0-liter four and an available V-6, along with a l
Automobilemag
| Aug 30, 2005
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Peugeot Moovie Concept
Frankfurt Auto Show

Peugeot Moovie Concept

Peugeot runs a worldwide design competition, for which the prize is awarded at the Geneva motor show in the spring. Then the company builds a full-scale concept car in time for Frankfurt in the fall.
Automobilemag
| Aug 29, 2005
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Peugeot 206 Sedan
Frankfurt Auto Show

Peugeot 206 Sedan

Sedans aren't the best-selling versions of small cars in Europe, which explains why Peugeot has launched the sedan version of its best-selling 206 well after the hatchback, station wagon, and coupe/cabriolet versions. The vehicle is most noteworthy for being produced at Peugeot's Iranian plant in Te
Automobilemag
| Aug 29, 2005
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Peugeot 20Cup Concept
Frankfurt Auto Show

Peugeot 20Cup Concept

This concept car is a three-wheeler with the same layout as the ancient Morgan: two wheels at the front, one at the back. Weighing less than 1100 lb, it is powered by a new four-cylinder engine that was developed jointly by Peugeot and BMW--this turbocharged in-line four makes 168 hp and will power
Automobilemag
| Aug 29, 2005
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Peugeot 407 Coupe
Frankfurt Auto Show

Peugeot 407 Coupe

Peugeot showed a concept car at the Geneva Show that previewed this new entry, which unfortunately lacks the grace of its predecessor, the gorgeous 406 coupe. Based on the 407 sedan platform, the coupe is available with a 161-hp, 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, a 208 hp, 3.0-liter V-6, and a 201-hp,
Automobilemag
| Aug 26, 2005
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2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara
Frankfurt Auto Show

2006 Suzuki Grand Vitara

Things move fast in today's SUV land. Except, that is, for Suzuki and the Grand Vitara. After seven long years in production, Suzuki at last has a new version, and we've been driving it.
Automobilemag
| Aug 26, 2005
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