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2017 Honda Civic Si Driven: Excellence without VTEC

Following all the other enticing models Honda has also put out their own new model most recently and it has excelled at catching every Honda lovers attention. With the features that everyone has grown to love and some new advancements what is there not to love about the new vehicle? Key Takeaways: A 205-hp turbocharged … Read More

Faraday Future’s Fate Uncertain as Partner Hits Financial Woes

Faraday faces a future of uncertainty as financial prospects hit a downfall. With the rocky money turmoil they don’t know what they will do to recover but they are quick on their feet to try to make the best of all bad situation no matter what it may mean for the future of the company. … Read More

Ace of Base: Citroen C1 5-Door Feel

Citroen left the European market in 1974, the last car left was the SM coupe. Now Citroen has many cars in the states. The C1 has “touch” and “feel” for the trim of the car. The “feel” is the base 5-door trim. The C1 has many headlights similar to the Nissan Juke including daytime lights. … Read More

BMW eyes global luxury crown again with 8-series concept

BMW is a classic brand in luxury cars with rising sales numbers. BMW’s classic rival, Mercedes-Benz, has a well-regarded offering (the S-class coupe) that sells for a six-figure sum. While BMW also has models that go for six figures, the company has recently made moves to compete with the S-class directly. BMW has announced plans … Read More

Nissan Will Kill Off Juke in North America, Get Its Kicks Elsewhere

Nissan’s Juke, long a disappointed seller in North America since it’s introduction to the market in 2010, looks to see it’s last light in the US market according to informative sources. Nissan is looking to replace the Juke with the appropriately titled Kicks which many feel will be a better seller for the North American … Read More

Former Product Chief Nair to Head Ford North America; Armstrong Moves Up

The automaker Ford has continued to tinker with their upper management chain of command. After the CEO position saw Mark Fields leave the company, Jim Hackett has claimed the former’s title. In addition, many executives have received promotions and new designations as Ford looks to re-balance their staff and set themselves up on the right … Read More

Hard NOx: General Motors Accused of Rigging Diesel-Pickup Emissions

Automaker General Motors saw negative reaction this week on accusations that their diesel emission systems are causing significant harm to the environment. The class action lawsuit stipulates that the impact is worse than that of the recent Volkswagen scandal for it’s own TDI engines. GMC has denied the accusations and vows to argue their position … Read More

Workhorse is Now Taking Reservations on a Consumer Version of Its Electric Pickup

If Workhorse can find a crowd to give it the same sort of love as Tesla, perhaps a wonky service network won’t be an issue. The question still remains as to what type of person would choose this type of vehicle over a tried-and-true internal combustion pickup truck, and if there are enough of them … Read More

2017 Audi A6 in Depth: With This Luxury Sedan, You Get Business and Pleasure

Car and Driver has assigned a four and half star rating for the 2017 Audi A6. Audi now provides appearance options that were once optional on the 2016 A6 model as standard. A driver assistance package is also available, along with a sportier competition package with sportier options. Starting a $52,550, the Audi A6 sells … Read More

2018 Audi SQ5 Driven: More of the Same, But Better

Tour the brand new 2018 Audi SQ5 on lot. The manufacturer promises that the vehicle will impress onlookers with its performance. It features the same beloved Audi design as before. But new upgrades will power the vehicle to new heights of performance. A flexible powertrain and stylish interior are part of the popular package deal. … Read More

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