Jeeps Sales Spike in Europe by 60 Percent

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Jeeps Sales Spike in Europe by 60 Percent
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In an industry which has recently seen generally negative news regarding sales figures, Jeep is bucking the trend. Global sales for this purely SUV brand are up by 41 per cent, while in the US, sales grew by 44 per cent. However, that is nothing when compared to the growth the brand has enjoyed in… Continue Reading...

China’s Chery Takes Aim At European Market

China’s Chery Takes Aim At European Market
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In order to be sold in Europe, the Qoros will have to meet, among other things, NCAP safety standards; a goal has been set of achieving five-star crash status and former Mini design direct Gert Hildebrand has signed up to work on the project, while Austrian company Magna-Steyr is reported to be actively involved. Continue Reading...

Chrysler 300C Wagon Axed From European Market

Chrysler 300C Wagon Axed From European Market
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There was a time, not so long ago, when Chrysler sold a big wagon on our shores, and called it the Dodge Magnum. However, due to a fall in demand, this model was axed in the North American line-up. But in Europe, the wagon lived on, albeit with a different nose and badge. It was… Continue Reading...

Infiniti EX30d Black Premium Edition Debuts in Europe, With Extra Perks

Infiniti EX30d Black Premium Edition Debuts in Europe, With Extra Perks
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While Infiniti has been a household name in North America for over 20-years, the luxury brand of Nissan is new to buyers in Europe. To win them over, Infiniti is offering a new special version of the EX30d (yup, a diesel Infiniti) called the Black Premium Edition. Based on its diesel powered variant, the Black… Continue Reading...

Honda Civic Type R To End European Sales Due To Emissions Regulations

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Honda Civic Type R To End European Sales Due To Emissions Regulations
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Honda‘s highly acclaimed Civic Type R will end its European sales run later this year after emissions regulations become too strict for the car’s 2.0L engine. 12,000 Civic Type Rs have been sold since 2007, but Honda chose to remove the model from the European market rather than modify it to meet Euro V regulations…. Continue Reading...