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Report: The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV will be different for US

Mitsubishi has been remaining fairly quiet on the new car front with many of us wondering if they’re going to even last that much longer stateside. In a recent report from AutoBlog, word is that Mitsubishi is still working on an Outlander Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle and as of now, the small Japanese automaker is trying […]

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Chrysler adds stop-start to select 200 sedan and Jeep Cherokee models

Chrysler announced to be adding stop-start to some 2015 200 sedans and 2015 Jeep Cherokee models. More specifically, the 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan and the 2015 Jeep Cherokee with the 3.2L Pentastar V6 only will be getting stop-start as standard in order to increase fuel economy. Chrysler themselves only predict modest gains to the current […]

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Volvo confirms 2015 XC90 “T8″ plug-in hybrid with 400hp turbo-four

Volvo is preparing to unleash one of its most crucial and highly-anticipated models: the 2015 XC90 crossover, especially since the current and first generation model has been with us for over 10 years. Despite its age, it remains to be a top and popular choice among the crossover SUV crowd. But the new second generation […]

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Report: Tesla’s new entry-level sedan to share little with current Model S

Tesla has been known to be in the works with several new models to expand its current portfolio. In addition to their highly-anticipated EV crossover, a BMW 3-Series fighter is also in the works. According to a new report from AutoCar, the new Tesla entry-level sedan will share little in common with the current Model S, […]

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Volkswagen reveals next generation European Passat for 2015

Volkswagen revealed the completely new next-generation Passat for Europe not to long ago, which enters its eighth generation. Donning completely new sheetmetal, the new Passat is shorter in height by two millimeters, wider by 12, and lower in overall height by six than the outgoing model. And because it’s a completely new generation, this new […]

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Acura prices 2015 TLX starting at $30,995

Acura officially announced that the 2015 TLX sedan will start at just $30,995 without the mandatory $895 destination charge. Sales will launch later this year in August. The 2015 Acura TLX is the next chapter in the automaker’s luxury midsize offering, succeeding the last generation TL. Power for the first time sill start with a […]

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Report: Jeep Cherokee diesel not a possibility until Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel sales increase

Jeep enthusiasts and potential customers have seemingly been demanding more diesel-powered offerings in addition to the Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel. Many have been wondering if Jeep would continue the trend by offering a Cherokee diesel or even better, a Wrangler diesel. But altogether, the expansion of Jeep’s diesel portfolio in the US is dependent on the […]

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Report: Next-generation Toyota Prius delayed

AutomotiveNews reports that Toyota is delaying the next generation Prius’ launch back to December 2015. Originally, the model was scheduled to launch in the spring of next year, but due to a desire to squeeze as much fuel economy as possible out of the new model, the new Prius is said to be under a […]

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Report: 2015 Mazda 2 may be getting a plug-in hybrid with a rotary engine

Australian media, Motoring.com, reports that Mazda may be making a plug-in hybrid out of the incoming Mazda 2 with an accompanying rotary engine. Mazda has yet to follow up with a new generation rotary following the RX-8 sports coupe and rumors have been floating around ever since about a successor with no official indication for the […]

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Report: Ford’s former Alan Mulally was close to axing Lincoln last year

Lincoln seems to be getting less and less relevant as the Dearborn-based auto giant, Ford, continues to try and keep the brand a live and competitive. It got so tough that Ford’s former CEO, Alan Mulally, was very close to sentencing Lincoln to its death last year, according to a new report from Bloomberg. Recently, Alan […]

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