Honda Civic No Longer Recommended by Consumer Reports

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Honda Civic No Longer Recommended by Consumer Reports
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Honda has taken a beating from critics over its new 2012 Civic model, but the buying public could just as easily shrug off the elitists views of a few buff books were the level-headed and notoriously impartial heads at Consumer Reports to anoint the Japanese compact car with a Recommended rating. But they didn’t. In… Continue Reading...

Infiniti Now Lets Consumers View Ratings And Reviews by Owners at InfinitiUSA.com

Infiniti Now Lets Consumers View Ratings And Reviews by Owners at InfinitiUSA.com
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Typically, a product is reviewed and rated by a publication, whose staff, after testing and evaluating, will give their opinion on it. However, some might consider this opinion biased, either due to the writer’s personal taste or due to advertising dollars. Nissan‘s luxury division Infiniti is now taking a different approach to the norm, becoming… 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...

LA Preview: Infiniti M37, M56 to Debut Ahead of LA Auto Show

LA Preview: Infiniti M37, M56 to Debut Ahead of LA Auto Show
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With Infiniti’s parent company (Nissan) have made it clear that it would not display at the LA Auto Show due to budget concerns, the automaker is preparing to use the event to its advantage by showing the all new 2011 Infiniti M37 and M56 at a private event the evening prior to the show. Infiniti… Continue Reading...

2010 MazdaSpeed3 to Make U.S.-Debut in New York

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2010 MazdaSpeed3 to Make U.S.-Debut in New York
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Officially unveiled as the Mazda MPS at the Geneva Auto Show earlier this month, the U.S.-spec MazdaSpeed3 will make it’s North American debut at the New York Auto Show on April 9th. We don’t expect much to change from the Euro version, so don’t plan on any more power from the direct-injection 2.3-liter turbo-four. Power… Continue Reading...