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    IIHS Crash Test Ratings Explained

    IIHS Crash Test Ratings Explained

    New car shoppers should always consider a car’s crash test performance and safety when it comes to making a purchase, but what’s behind those crash ratings? The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety [IIHS] operates independently of auto manufacturers and is funded by the insurance industry to conduct crash evaluations on new vehilces

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    Nissan Pulsar NISMO Chasing FWD Nürburgring Record

    Nissan Pulsar NISMO Chasing FWD Nürburgring Record
    Nissan’s NISMO division is currently working on a hot-hatch version of its new Pulsar model, and the brand wants this car to be a record breaker.  Speaking with CarAdvice, Nissan’s VP of product planning, Keno Kato, hinted that the brand is going after the Nürburgring lap-time record for front-wheel drive cars. Currently, the record is held by the...

    IIHS Crash Test Ratings Explained

    IIHS Crash Test Ratings Explained
    New car shoppers should always consider a car’s crash test performance and safety when it comes to making a purchase, but what’s behind those crash ratings? The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety [IIHS] operates independently of auto manufacturers and is funded by the insurance industry to conduct crash evaluations on new vehilces. The folks at...

    2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Revealed in Patent Filing

    2015 Porsche 911 GT3 RS Revealed in Patent Filing
    Porsche is currently putting the finishing touches on the most hardcore version of the 911, and patent photos have revealed what it will look like.  Found by Car Magazine, the patent photos show the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS, likely in its finished form. Though we have already seen spy photos along with a scale model of...

    What the Hellcat That Racket Be? A Ringtone

    What the Hellcat That Racket Be? A Ringtone
    Dodge has releases a new cell phone ringtone to satiate those who can’t afford to bring home a new Challenger SRT Hellcat with its ridiculous 707-hp engine. Now, every time you receive a phone call or text message you can be alerted by the roar of Chrysler’s Hellcat V8. “When you name an engine ‘Hellcat,’ it had better have the performance to...

    Jaguar XE Revealed in First Official Photograph

    Jaguar XE Revealed in First Official Photograph
    Jaguar just released the first photo of its new XE compact luxury sedan without any kind of camouflage to cover its sheet metal. Information about the British brand’s upcoming BMW 3 Series fighter is on a slow, constant drip leading up to its full debut on September 8 in Paris. The new car will ride...

    Fiat 500L Recalled Over Airbag Issue

    Fiat 500L Recalled Over Airbag Issue
    Chrysler Group is calling back about 30,000 Fiat 500L vehicles over an issue with its knee airbags.  In the event of an accident, the knee airbags equipped on the 500L may not deploy in the correct position for  passengers who are not wearing their seatbelt. If this happens, the benefits of the knee airbags are...

    Tesla, Panasonic Sign Gigafactory Agreement

    Tesla, Panasonic Sign Gigafactory Agreement
    One of the most crucial requirements for Tesla to secure its future officially fell into place today. Panasonic Corporation and Tesla Motors Inc. announced that they signed an agreement about their cooperation in manufacturing lithium ion battery cells at the upcoming Gigafactory, marking a key component in Tesla’s plan to scale up production falling into...

    Toyota GT86 CS-R3 Rally Car Heading to WRC

    Toyota GT86 CS-R3 Rally Car Heading to WRC
    Toyota’s newest rally car might not be competition ready, but we’ll be able to see it in action next month. The Japanese automaker will debut its new GT86 CS-R3 rally car at the ninth round of the FIA World Rally Championship during the ADAC Rallye Deutschland from August 21-24. The GT86 CS-R3 will act as...

    Nissan Navara Platform to Underpin US Midsize Pickup

    Nissan Navara Platform to Underpin US Midsize Pickup
    Nissan will turn to its Navara pickup to help develop a new truck for the U.S. market. According to a report by The Truth About Cars, the Japanese automaker is scrapping its plan to build a next-generation Frontier pickup for the U.S. market based on the first-generation truck. It appears that bringing the first-generation Frontier...

    BMW FAST’ Spied Testing

    BMW FAST’ Spied Testing
    AutoGuide.com‘s spy photographers just caught BMW testing a new hatchback. The BMW “Family Active Sports Tourer” could possibly serve as the basis for the new X2 that is being rumored for a 2017 release. Based on the German automaker’s UKL platform, the FAST, as its being nicknamed, will offer MPV flexibility with crossover functionality. SEE...

    GM Admits to Fudging Payload Ratings by Removing Parts

    GM Admits to Fudging Payload Ratings by Removing Parts
    General Motors has admitted that Ford isn’t the only automaker that cleverly manipulates its maximum payload ratings. The American automaker has said that it also removes heavy items from its pickup trucks when it weighs them to help boost the trucks’ maximum payload ratings. The company adopted the practice this year to stay competitive when...

    Honda Fit EV, Insight Axed

    Honda Fit EV, Insight Axed
    Two of Honda’s electrified vehicles are being discontinued. According to a recent report from Edmunds, the Honda Fit EV and Insight hybrid are both getting the axe with the Insight being available nationwide until year’s end. The Japanese automaker will continue producing the Fit EV until fall and will support customers through their lease periods. Honda...

    BMW X2 Rumored for Release in 2017

    BMW X2 Rumored for Release in 2017
    Rumors of a BMW X2 have surfaced. Here are the details on the upcoming compact crossover slated for release in 2017. The upcoming compact crossover will be based on the next-generation X1 and will likely be offered in three- and five-door variants. Riding on the UKL1 platform that underpins the new MINI and 2 Series models,...

    2011-2014 Hyundai Sonata Recalled for Shift Cable Issue

    2011-2014 Hyundai Sonata Recalled for Shift Cable Issue
    The Hyundai Sonata is certainly getting a lot of recall attention. After a pair of recalls were issued on the new 2015 Sonata, a new recall now affects the 2011-2014 Sonata sedan. Affecting a total of 883,000 units, the issue involves the shift cable becoming disconnected, preventing the Sonata from being shifted out of park...

    Scion Mulling Compact Crossover for Lineup

    Scion Mulling Compact Crossover for Lineup
    Toyota is planning to rejuvenate its Scion brand with a revamped lineup that could include a crossover. According to a recent report, Scion’s overhaul will see the iQ model getting the axe later this year, with no replacement model planned. Rumor has it that the xB will be replaced by a rebadged Auris model, a...

    Car Reviews

    2014 Audi RS 7 Review

    2014 Audi RS 7 Review

    Is it a coupe? Is it a sedan? Is it a hatchback? Audi’s RS 7 is a little bit of everything and a whole lot of awesome.
    2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS Review

    2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS Review

    Since the regular Nissan Juke NISMO wasn’t crazy enough, Nissan has given the company’s little crocodile-looking crossover even more.

    2014 Kia Forte5 Review

    The Forte5 might seem like it has everything: comfort, convenience and power, but is that enough to take the focus away from class-leaders?