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2016 New York – 2017 Subaru Impreza Reveal

2016 New York Preview: The 2017 Subaru Impreza gets updated and revised for the Big Apple

Pictures provided by Subaru of America, Inc. After a quick teaser earlier this month, Subaru held a special event to reveal the updated 2017 Impreza sedan at a special reception before the 2016 New York Auto Show’s press viewings. No details were shared yet, but Subaru promised to give us the full beans at their […]

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EXCLUSIVE: Hyundai confirms a new Sport model for the 2017 Elantra, why this might not suck [UPDATED]

UPDATE: We’ve added a graphic from the 2017 Hyundai Elantra’s launch presentation, confirming the arrival of the Sport trim. Check it out after the jump! There was a time and a place when nobody would ever even consider purchasing a Korean car of any type, simply because they had a poor reputation for reliability and […]

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2015 LA – 2017 Hyundai Elantra (15)

2015 Los Angeles: The next generation 2017 Hyundai Elantra shows off for the world in the City of Angels

The Hyundai Elantra is about to be replaced and we don’t know that just from the teasers revealed a little while ago, but from the fact Hyundai themselves revealed the sixth generation model at the 2015 Los Angeles International Auto Show. As expected, the 2017 Hyundai Elantra sports all-new sheet metal thanks to a complete […]

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The 2016 Mitsubishi Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition is a Mirage with a fancy radio

Mitsubishi just announced one of their reveals at this year’s 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, which also just proves how lazy the automaker is getting with trying to remain competitive. Meet the Mitsubishi Mirage Rockford Fosgate Edition, essentially a near-fully equipped Mirage with a fancy radio–the perfect option you’d need to distract yourself from making […]

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The 2016 Toyota Prius gets detailed with increased efficiency

Not too long ago, the Toyota Prius was revealed for the all-new fourth-generation and 2016 model year. And of course, with it comes a whole range of new changes because, well, it’s all-new from the ground up. It starts off being built on Toyota’s latest TNGA platform, a short for Toyota’s New Global Architecture. This […]

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Report: The Mitsubishi Mirage will take a break from the US market–we can already hear the cries

We hope you caught the sarcasm in our title, but the Mitsubishi Mirage is apparently going on a short hiatus from the US market–oh the travesty. According to CARandDRIVER, the cause of the break is to allow Mitsubishi to make a range of changes to the chassis and powertrain. Though we’re not exactly positive that’s enough […]

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Honda announces the arrival of the new Civic by this fall, retires CNG and Civic Hybrid

Honda officially announced to be bringing the new Civic to showrooms by this fall later this year and along with that, some significant changes to the lineup. For instance, the new Civic, which was revealed in coupe form first at the 2015 New York International Auto Show earlier this year, won’t be offered with a […]

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Report: The Euro-spec Honda Civic five-door hatch could come to our shores

Despite automakers globalizing their cars to make them same across all markets as a way of maintaining consistency while reducing costs to federalize models to specific regional standards, Honda as maintained their ability to make different models for different markets. For instance, the US market Honda Civic is significantly different from the Honda Civic that […]

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Report: BMW, Toyota, Mini could work on future entry-level Minor

The Mini Minor, or Austin Seven, or Morris-Mini Minor, might be some familiar nameplates, and that’s because that was the original name used to market the original Mini Cooper–but they’re not to be confused with either the original Austin Minor or Morris Minor, since they are different vehicles. While the Mini Cooper itself, even in its […]

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Report: Scion to introduce three new models over next three years

Scion is preparing to overhaul its entire lineup, allowing for a transition into the next generation of cars. According to WardsAuto, who spoke with Toyota North America’s CEO, Jim Lentz, Scion is once again continuing its goal to be an entry-level motivator for the young. But instead, they’re repositioning themselves slightly to be an entry-level luxury brand. […]

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Power Booster &  Economy Car Chip for Volkswagen picture
Power Booster & Economy Car Chip for Volkswagen
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Power Booster & Economy Car Chip for Toyota
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Power Booster & Economy Car Chip for Suzuki
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Power Booster & Economy Car Chip for Subaru
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Power Booster & Economy Car Chip for Saturn

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