Month: November 2019

Even if the 2020 Hyundai Palisade’s best feature is its available space, none of the big crossovers are poorly equipped. Hyundai offers the Palisade in SE, SEL, and Limited varieties with top models piling on luxury features. All are equipped with at least an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, active safety
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Jeremy Clarkson has lots of opinions and his latest one is stirring plenty of controversy. Speaking with The Sun, The Grand Tour presenter said “Everyone I know under 25 isn’t the slightest bit interested in cars – Greta Thunberg has killed the car show.” As you’re probably aware, Thunberg is a 16-year old climate activist
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PARIS — In 2017, Carlos Tavares was CEO of a French automaker that sold barely more than 3 million cars annually and was just three years removed from near-bankruptcy. Today, Tavares is poised to become the leader of the world’s fourth-largest car company, if the proposed PSA Group merger with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles comes to
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We head out to the test track in Audi’s race track ready R8 GT to see if it has what it takes to battle the world’s top supercars. Read the full story here: http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/exotic/1106_2012_audi_r8_gt_test/index.html Also find Motor Trend on: Tweets by MotorTrend http://facebook.com/MotorTrendMag Shot by: Jim Gleason, Gordon Green & Corey Denomy Edited by: Jim
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No vehicle can do it like vans can. They’re spacious, comfortable, versatile, and might just be the best family cars. True, they have something of an image problem, which has helped give rise to the plethora of 8-seat crossovers and three-row SUVs available today. Subsequently, sadly, minivans are a breed approaching extinction. But drivers with
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling 72,761 Fiat 500 vehicles worldwide over degraded shift cable bushings. Some bushings can degrade when subjected to heat and humidity, causing the shift cable to separate from the transmission and stop shifter function, the company said in a statement Wednesday. The recall affects 2012-13 model-year Fiat 500s: 51,788 vehicles in
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Closet cheapskates, fire up your calculators.  The 2020 Outback begs scrutiny by deal-finders, penny-pinchers, frugal-enthusiasts, affordable-aficionados, and their ilk.  Subaru offers the Outback in base, Premium, Limited, and Touring specifications that hardly skimp on features. Every Outback gets active safety features, a generous touchscreen for infotainment, power features, Bluetooth connectivity, all-wheel drive, and cloth upholstery
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DETROIT — If Sergio Marchionne was the puppeteer in Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ alleged racketeering scheme, Alphons Iacobelli was one of his lead puppets. General Motors also says Iacobelli was key to unraveling what happened. GM named Iacobelli, FCA’s labor relations chief until 2015, as a defendant in its federal lawsuit, along with FCA and two
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By Joey Klender Posted on November 26, 2019 Toronto-based Dbrand best known as the maker of high-quality wraps and skins for electronic devices has shifted its focus from handheld technology and gaming to Tesla’s newest vehicle: the Cybertruck. DBrand offered a few statements regarding its skins, along with a funny tidbit about the infamous glass
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Carmaker Audi is to cut 9,500 of its 61,000 jobs in Germany between now and 2025 to make more money available for electric vehicles and digital working. The cuts – which aim to save €6bn (£5.1bn) – will be achieved through an early retirement programme. But the Volkswagen-owned firm also said its move into electric
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