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CAR REVIEW: 2017 Honda Civic Type R

I am a recent electric car convert. As proof of this, the wife and I are planning a future budget that will include room for an EV. Deep down however, she and I are both still bonafide petrolheads. As we both love and own sporty compact cars, the hot-hatch segment is one of our favorites. Every opportunity I got to ...

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CAR NEWS: Mazda at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show

As we prepare ourselves mentally, and physically, for the trip to Japan to cover what is arguably the most important Asian auto show, our enthusiasm level grows. A large number of Japanese car manufacturers are slowly but surely dropping hints as to what we can expect once there. Mazda’s going to be keeping us busy with a number of unveilings. ...

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CAR NEWS: Ford prepping for more electric cars

Despite extremely strong sales so far this year, Ford has decided it needs to do more right now, for the future. If you ask any industry expert, or automaker, the future belongs to electrification. This is why the Ford Motor Company has assembled a crack global team, headed by Ted Cannis, of people whose job will be to put the ...

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CAR REVIEW: 2017 Dodge Challenger R/T 392 Scat Pack

There are cars, and then there are Cars. Cars, with the capital “C” are the ones that not only get noticed but are fondly remembered by countless enthusiasts and car lovers alike. In most cases, these Cars also represent essentially everything that is “wrong” with the automobile today as they are closer to being obnoxious and the farthest thing to ...

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CAR NEWS: The Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid and Sesame Street

On this first Monday of October, we thought it would be a good idea to keep the mood light and share with you FCA’s advertising campaign starring not only the Pacifica Hybrid minivan, but some of the most enduring characters from one of the most awarded children’s television shows in history; Sesame Street. We’re not sure if this was done ...

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