Archive for December, 2007

General Motors announced Friday that they were recalling over 313,000 vehicles. The cause of the recall is a potential fluid leak that could cause the passenger to loose control of the vehicle. The recall is affective worldwide, but it affects over 275,000 domestic vehicles. The vehicles include the 2005-2007 model year Cadillac CTS and STS […]

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Tata Motors is India’s largest auto manufacture. The company has been in a bidding war lately as Ford Motor Co. has put both Jaguar and Land Rover on the selling block. Well current rumors have Tata as the winning bidder for the brands. Tata has the vast support from U.K. auto unions. The only problem […]

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Chevy’s new HHR SS has reached U.S. car dealers with an unbelievable price of $22,995 including delivery. That’s pretty cheap considering the hardware your getting for that kind of money. Designed and developed completely in house by GM’s Performance Division, the HHR SS is powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter Ecotec four-cylinder engine. Said engine produces […]

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Korean auto manufacture Hyundai has been on the rise lately. Their cars are selling well and the brands is gaining a good momentum. To be able to meet the rising demand for it’s vehicles and to be able to have a better grasp of the European market, Hyundai is opening a plant in St. Petersburg, […]

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  The Chinese market is important to BMW. The German brand sells well there, and the cars are popular among consumers of that region. In fact China is one of BMW’s strongest markets. Seeing as it is so popular, it is only fitting that BMW would release the 30th Anniversary model of it’s flagship sedan, […]

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Future Battery for Hybrid Cars

Batteries for hybrids have always had the same complaints; they can’t stand extreme weather, they recharge slow, and just generally not reliable. Well Toshiba is saying with this battery that has all changed. They took all those basic complaints and took each one to this battery, the Super Charge ion Battery. TSCiB is supposedly a […]

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Nissan and Chrysler want to share. The two company’s are in talks about a potential partnership in sharing technology. Both could benefit in areas where the others excel. Nissan wants to use Chrysler’s large truck expertise to further refine it’s truck models, while Chrysler wants to use Nissan’s know-how in building small efficient economy cars. […]

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                                      As of January 1st, Volkswagen of America will become the Volkswagen Group Of America, Inc. The name change was announced this week in a statement by VW and takes effect January 1st, as stated. The German automaker says “the new name better reflects the fact that the Volkswagen Group of […]

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Anyone shopping for a car from the General needs to know this. For 2008 GM is raising the price of it’s vehicles an average of $500. Some cars won’t be affected at all, while cars like the Cadillac XLR will recieve a $1,500 price increase. GM is siting “increased steel and commodity costs” as the […]

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Chrysler Crossfire Gets The Axe

Chrysler’s ill-fated Crossfire coupe finally gets the boot on December 17. That’s the date the last Crossfire rolls off the production line at the car’s assembly plant in Osnubruck, Germany. The plant belongs to Karmann, the storied coach builder and design firm. The Crossfire was suppose to be a unison of American design and German  […]

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