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660cc Suzuki Alto to be launched in Pakistan this year - Report

Japan is reportedly receiving an all-new Suzuki Alto this October, a Japanese...
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Honda CB300R - Top 5 things to know

The Honda CB300R will be the newest modern-retro roadster to be introduced in...
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Kawasaki W800 likely to be launched in India soon - Report

The Kawasaki W800 retro classic roadster will be launched soon in India,...
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Got Lemons? Enter Yours In The Official Clunker Contest

Do you have a contest-worthy clunker of a car?  Lemon Law Experts is holding a Clunker Contest with cash prizes. If you suspect your car is a lemon, there is legal action you can take.  There are many ways to describe them: jalopies, rust-buckets, hoopties – the list is endless. But call them what you will, there’s nothing quite like a clunker! No matter how much money you pour into them; no matter how many times you plead before starting them; a clunker is likely to let you down in the worst ...
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In Review: 2019 Toyota C-HR

The looks are polarizing and the rear seat is tight -- plus you can't get all-wheel drive -- but the Toyota C-HR still has enough going for it that it should be on the test-drive list when you're shopping. Find out more in my review over at AutoTrader.ca. [Author: Jil McIntosh]
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It’s a New Year: January 2019 Sales Roundup

The long slog that is January provided a mixed bag of sales results for America’s automakers, with some enjoying the fruits of their new products while others stared down the barrel of red ink as they tried to kick their fleet habit. Frightening and frigid weather patterns didn’t help anyone, either. Talking heads are expecting […] The post It’s a New Year: January 2019 Sales Roundup appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Cars, Sales, America, Autos, Trucks, Auto Sales, News Blog, January 2019


Refreshed Mercedes-Benz V-Class Gets New Look, Engine, Electric Siblings

Mercedes-Benz has already announced its electric EQ range will see an EQC SUV as the first inductee to its automotive stable — followed by the EQS sedan, EQA hatchback, and the compact EQB crossover. It also plans to introduce its EQV Concept in Geneva later this year, a model which draws much of its inspiration from […] The post Refreshed Mercedes-Benz V-Class Gets New Look, Engine, Electric Siblings appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Autos, Geneva, Daimler, Mercedes Benz, Metris, Vans, News Blog, Mercedes-Benz Metris, EQA, V-Class, 2020 Mercedes-Benz V-Class, Mercedes Benz V Class


2019 Volkswagen Tiguan review

VW is aiming at two targets with the 2019 Tiguan. This compact crossover appeals to the active lifestyle crowd and to family SUV shoppers. Can a vehicle serve both of those segments without too much compromise? Our answer is a solid maybe. The post 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Cars, Trends, SUV, Vw, Volkswagen, Volkswagen Tiguan, Family Vehicles, 2019 Volkswagen Tiguan


Will Ducati Sell a Naked Panigale V4 Like This Custom From Officine GP Design?

A Naked Italian Stallion While Ducati hasn’t made any announcements about a production version of a naked Panigale V4, there’s a good chance it will build one and soon. When it does, let’s hope it looks this good. Officine GP Design built a unique naked version of the bike called the V4 Penta. It’s available for sale for 100,000 euros (about $113,850). The bike wasn’t designed to be a naked bike, and that’s evident with one look at the front end. It’s not the prettiest face in the motorcycle in...
Tags: Motorcycles, Ducati, Penta


Report: ‘Black Monday’ Looms for GM Employees

General Motors’ cost-cutting plan could hit home in a big way for salaried employees next week. While the automaker has already begun cutting its salaried workforce, part of a broader streamlining push that includes plant closures and model discontinuations, sources claim Monday could bring widespread pink slip action. According to two sources who spoke to […] The post Report: ‘Black Monday’ Looms for GM Employees appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Jobs, General Motors, Gm, Autos, News Blog, Cost-cutting, GM Employees


2019 Super Bowl LIII Pre-Game Commercial Roundup

It’s time for that great celebration of Americana — the fifty-third Super Bowl. Sunday night, Patriots fans and Patriots haters will come together to watch the season’s championship game, against… a team from Los Angeles? Am I reading that right? For the rest of us, the Super Bowl is basically a better Thanksgiving. Gorging oneself […] The post 2019 Super Bowl LIII Pre-Game Commercial Roundup appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Los Angeles, Autos


Mitsubishi Sides With Nissan in Merger Backlash, Ghosn Claims He Was Set Up

Depending who you ask, the November arrest of disgraced auto executive Carlos Ghosn was either swift justice or a coup d’etat — with some help from the Japanese government. Re-arrested in December and held ever since without bail, Ghosn faces breach of trust charges alleging the exec covered losses incurred through foreign exchanges with Nissan’s funds […] The post Mitsubishi Sides With Nissan in Merger Backlash, Ghosn Claims He Was Set Up appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Japan, Autos, Law And Order, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Renault, Crime And Punishment, Ghosn, Carlos Ghosn, News Blog, Osamu Masuko, Hiroto Saikawa, Renault-Nissan Alliance


The Hyundai Tucson N is reportedly coming soon with 340 HP

The Hyundai Tucson may soon get a performance upgrade from the Korean automaker's N division. The Hyundai Tucson N would likely be the only performance vehicle in a market segment that typically emphasizes practicality. The post The Hyundai Tucson N is reportedly coming soon with 340 HP appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Crossovers, Hyundai, Hyundai Tucson, Hyundai Tucson N


Honda’s Starting to Sound a Lot like Toyota

Of all the automakers populating this vast land, none display quite same the level of guarded optimism for the passenger car’s future as Toyota. Two years ago, if you recall, it boldly declared that its new Camry might save the midsize sedan segment. Well, there’s now a new entry in the rose-colored glasses race. Honda feels […] The post Honda’s Starting to Sound a Lot like Toyota appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Cars, Sales, Autos, Toyota, Honda, News Blog, Light Trucks


Here's The First 'Hobbs & Shaw' F&F Spinoff Trailer

The Fast and Furious spin-off will land on 2 August, featuring a McLaren 720S and general silliness
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What if … Kawasaki had built a scrambler?

Think of a classic scrambler, and a Triumph desert sled probably comes to mind. BSA and Matchless also made pretty good scramblers, and Honda had its CL series. But the other Japanese marques were noticeably absent. This stunning W650 hints at the missed opportunity. What if Kawasaki had got down and dirty with its W series in the 60s and 70s? Machines that, after all, were copies of a BSA. This thoroughly hoon-able W650 scrambler is the work of Mark Huang, who runs a moto parts business i...
Tags: Motorcycles, Madagascar, Honda, Scrambler, Bsa, Mark, Kawasaki, Taipei Taiwan, JEFFREY, Koni, Winston Yeh, Custom Motorcycles, Keihin, Kawasaki motorcycles, Kawasaki W650, Matchless


In Review: 2019 Ford Escape

Only the F-Series outsells the Escape in Ford's lineup, and there's a reason why: it's well-sized and it's a decent driver. I like it: find out more in my review over at the National Post (Driving.ca). [Author: Jil McIntosh]
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Expect a Performance Hyundai Tucson N, Report Claims

It’s a rumor that’s existed since the debut of Hyundai’s performance N division — the evential debut of a much hotter Tucson compact crossover to pair with N-badged compacts already heading to customers on both sides of the Atlantic. Now, a report claims to have the inside scoop on the existence of just such a […] The post Expect a Performance Hyundai Tucson N, Report Claims appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Atlantic, Autos, Crossovers, Hyundai, Tucson, Hyundai Tucson, News Blog, Future Vehicles, Product Planning, Hyundai Tucson N, Hyundai Tucson N Report Claims


4 Laws’ Full Carbon Porsche 911 On Display at Tokyo Auto Salon

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Tags: 911, Carbon, Autos, Tokyo, Carbon Fiber, 1981, Tokyo Auto Salon, Tuned Porsches, Super street, 4 Laws, Dry Carbon, Wet Carbon


Subaru’s Most Troubled Model Gets a Makeover, Bows Next Week

Few automakers can boast of 85 consecutive months of yearly month-over-month growth, but that’s exactly what Subaru did as the calendar turned from 2018 to 2019. Still, despite the automaker’s impressive performance in the United States, not every model in Subaru’s lineup is a sales stud. There’s always a problem child or two. As American buyers […] The post Subaru’s Most Troubled Model Gets a Makeover, Bows Next Week appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Sales, United States, Autos, New Cars, Subaru, Subaru Legacy, News Blog, Product Planning, 2020 Subaru Legacy


Maruti WagonR X - IAB Rendering

If the officially accessorised Maruti Wagon R with the 'Robust'...
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Renault Duster gains new infotainment system with Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Renault has introduced the MediaNav Evolution infotainment system in the...
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People Just Aren't Buying Manual Jaguar F-Types

As reports emerge suggesting an end to the manual F-Type in the USA, it turns out the option isn't at all popular in the UK either
Tags: Usa, UK, Autos


Arai Shows Off Product Updates

Need an Awesome Helmet? Arai Has You Covered Arai announced new graphics for three helmets and a new anti-fog shield that should be a helpful addition to the XD-4 helmet. The graphics provide a unique, new look for the VX-Pro4, Quantum-X, and Defiant-X lids. Each one is dramatically different from the other, giving riders plenty of options. While the graphics are new, the helmets are unchanged. It’s just a fancy new skin for the same quality products. If you already have a VX-Pro4, Quantum-X, o...
Tags: Motorcycles, Arai, Motorcycle News, Barcia, Arai Helmets, Motorcycle Helmet Exclusives and Previews, Red Black Frost, Arai Defiant-x, Arai Quantum-X, Arai VX Pro 4


RMK E2 Motorcycle Prototype Appears

Another Funky Electric Motorcycle Electric motorcycle startup RMK showed off renderings of a future bike back in the summer of 2018. Now the company has a real-deal prototype that it will show off at the 2019 MP19 Motorcycle Show in Helsinki. The E2 prototype looks just as bonkers as the renderings, and the company listed some specs for the bike. According to RMK, the E2 prototype makes around 67 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque from its hubless rear-drive wheel. RMK claims a top speed of about 99 mp...
Tags: Eu, Motorcycles, Electric Motorcycles, Helsinki, Motorcycle News, RMK E2, Funky Electric Motorcycle Electric


Land Rover cancels the most stately (and expensive) Range Rover to date

Land Rover has canceled the Range Rover SV Coupe it introduced in 2018. Priced at $300,000 and limited to 999 examples, the model would have occupied the top spot in the Range Rover hierarchy. The post Land Rover cancels the most stately (and expensive) Range Rover to date appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Cars, Trends, Land Rover Range Rover, 2018 Geneva Motor Show, Range Rover SV Coupe


An Icon of Detroit’s Ruin, Packard Plant Bridge Collapses, Fades Into History

If you drive, or walk, down Woodward Ave. from Detroit’s New Center area to downtown, you can’t help but notice the economic development along that corridor. Detroit has bottomed out. Areas formerly bereft of businesses and housing have been filled in, and hopefully that development will start spreading east and west of Woodward, Detroit’s version […] The post An Icon of Detroit’s Ruin, Packard Plant Bridge Collapses, Fades Into History appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: History, Autos, Detroit, Woodward Ave, Albert Kahn, New Center, News Blog, Packard plant, Ruin Porn, Arte Express, Woodward Detroit


Piston Slap: According to the Throttle Position Sensor…

Brian writes: Sajeev, This is a weird one, but I figured you would enjoy it. I have owned an ’88 Accord LX-i five speed hatch for a while. One day, driving along, I noticed that it seemed to be coasting easier than normal. When I approached a red light, I found out why: 3,000 rpm […] The post Piston Slap: According to the Throttle Position Sensor… appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Autos, Brian, TPS, News Blog, Piston Slap, Honda Tps, Throttle Position Sensor, Tps Adjustment, Tps Replacement


Viaduct Elegy: Chapter 1: Walking With Blaine

Viaduct Elegy is a four-part series from Automoblog feature columnist Tony Borroz, who broke the law in preparation for writing it. He is a Seattle native and author of The 2018 Indy 500 Notebook and  Bricks & Bones: The Endearing Legacy and Nitty-Gritty Phenomenon of The Indy 500, available in paperback or Kindle format. Tony grew up in a sportscar-oriented family, but sadly, they were British cars.  Finally, finally, finally they are tearing down the Alaskan Way Viaduct, a colossal, monumenta...
Tags: Canada, Magazine, Autos, Vancouver, Seattle, Facetime, Tacoma, Jesus Christ, Picasso, Tony, Sodo, Guernica, West Seattle, Ballard, Belltown, Blaine



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