Kurt Gensheimer Car Review 27.01.2009
Whether or not you’ve grown up as a car buff, unless you’re a troglodyte who still walks barefoot from point A to point B, you’re probably familiar with who “The Big 3″ automakers comprise. And if you’ve watched any of the executive groveling before our esteemed panel of D.C. dunderheads we call our “leaders”, then you’re absolutely familiar with The Big 3.
tonyb Car Review 24.01.2009
Car Review 23.01.2009
Fiat is purchasing a 35% stake in Chrysler as its private equity owner Cerberus attempts to save the troubled US car manufacturer. The Italians are stepping up to help because they see great potential in Chrysler and believe that the United States car market will rebound. Maybe some of the Italian magic will rub off on Chrysler and help them get back to the coveted position they inhabited for so long.
tonyb Car Review 23.01.2009
Derek Car Review 22.01.2009
Beating rhythmically underneath the hood is the heart of the the RX-7 and RX-8 — a Wankel rotary engine. Wankel is such a funny sounding name, but the rotary engine (originally conceived and developed by Dr. Felix Wankel) is much more energy efficient than a typical combustion engine with pistons and cylinders.
Car Review 22.01.2009
Jorge Chapa Inhabitat 21.01.2009
As Obama takes on the tough job of running our country, Toyota Motor Corp. is also looking at some very tough times. So, it came as no surprise that right before our inauguration, the carmaker named a new leader to run its organization. It’s fitting actually, because Toyota is the size of a small country if you think about it.
Recently the Local Motors competition unveiled a fresh crop of incredible concept cars, and we were particularly impressed with the sleek NYC-centric Green Apple vehicle. A green machine that wouldn’t look too out of place in today’s world, the innovative three-seater features air intakes that spin integrated turbines to generate energy while purifying polluted inner-city air.
David Whinyates Ayrshirepost 21.01.2009
Harmon Leon Car Review 21.01.2009
I can think of nothing more nerve-racking and less enjoyable than shopping for a used car. Ok, maybe dental surgery with rusty pliers. You take a big spin of the wheel hoping it doesn’t’ roll up lemons, putting blind trust into a commission-hungry salesman or random private owner. How can you really know the car’s true history? Will it break down the first time you back it out of your driveway? Is the car haunted? Was there a dead body in the trunk? These thoughts and more race through used-car-shoppers’ heads as they try to find new used wheels.
gmchan_66 Car Review 21.01.2009
David Whinyates Perthshireadvertiser 20.01.2009
The original Fit beat its competition in multiple comparisons so I was very eager to drive this updated and larger version to see how well it performed. Its design and build was surprisingly good for a small car, but then again, it’s a Honda so maybe I shouldn’t be surprised. Having “Sport” in the name is appropriate for how fun and agile it is, and worth a test drive in itself at your local dealer.
Ethan Trex Mental Floss 20.01.2009
Car Review 20.01.2009
tonyb Car Review 20.01.2009
Wannapa Phetdee The Nation 19.01.2009
Ken Thaindian.com 19.01.2009
Derek Car Review 19.01.2009
The big safety news in the new Volvo XC60 is City Safety - a unique safety feature that can help the driver avoid or reduce the damage of low-speed impacts that are common in city traffic and bumper-to-bumper traffic. If the car is about to strike the vehicle in front and the driver does not react, the car automatically applies the brakes.
Edsel Rollin Car Review 18.01.2009
ZAP, headquartered in Santa Rosa, Calif., has been on the leading edge of all-electric transportation for a long time now, with some amazing electric vehicles on the market and in development. They make electric sedans, trucks; even scooters and ATVs. Two veteran automotive executives, H. Dennis Kammerer and Rodger L. Cornish, recently noted that electric car pioneer ZAP is already building all-electric models, and the US government should offer support to companies who are already building plug-in transportation.
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