2012 Toyota Camry to Bow This Fall

2012 Toyota Camry to Bow This Fall
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The most popular mid-size sedan in the North American market is the Toyota Camry, and later this year we should see an all-new model. The seventh generation model is set to debut this fall, as indicated by Toyota’s vice-president and general manager Bob Carter. Toyota sold 327,804 Camry’s last year, and while that would be… Continue Reading...

Volkswagen Passat Replacement Teased Once Again Ahead of Detroit Debut

Volkswagen Passat Replacement Teased Once Again Ahead of Detroit Debut
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Volkswagen has released yet another teaser image of its upcoming replacement for the Passat in North America, ahead of the car’s debut at the Detroit Auto Show next week. While the traditional Passat will live on in Europe, VW has designed this new model to be larger to suit American tastes. It’s also set to… Continue Reading...

Volkswagen Releases New Sketches of Next U.S. Passat

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Volkswagen Releases New Sketches of Next U.S. Passat
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Volkswagen has just released three new sketches of its next midsize sedan, giving us a solid look at the styling of what might just be the most important vehicle the brand has ever launched. At last week’s Paris Auto Show, VW unveiled the next generation Passat, but that’s not the car we will get in… Continue Reading...

Report: Volkswagen’s New Mid-Size Sedan to Be Offered as a Diesel

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Report: Volkswagen’s New Mid-Size Sedan to Be Offered as a Diesel
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Volkswagen will offer its new mid-size sedan with both gasoline and diesel engines says VW North America boss Stefan Jacoby. In doing so VW will be the only automaker in North America to offer a mid-size diesel sedan, competing against the likes of the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry and Ford Fusion. The popularity of hybrid… Continue Reading...

Report: Volkswagen to Double U.S. Sales in 2 to 3 Years Says VW of America CEO

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Report: Volkswagen to Double U.S. Sales in 2 to 3 Years Says VW of America CEO
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Volkswagen will double its sales in the U.S. in the next two to three years says VW of America CEO Stefan Jacoby. Currently the German automaker sells just over 200,000 units in the U.S. annually, moving 213,454 cars and crossovers in 2009, down slightly from 2008. Jacoby believes sales will rise to 400,000 to 450,000… Continue Reading...

Report: Volkswagen’s New Compact Sedan to Retain Jetta Name

Report: Volkswagen’s New Compact Sedan to Retain Jetta Name
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Volkswagen has confirmed that the company’s new compact sedan will retain the Jetta badge. Until now it has been known only as NCS (New Compact sedan) and is part of a two-pronged attack that Volkswagen will be making on the U.S. market (and on Toyota). Volkswagen plans to increase almost four-fold, growing its sales from… Continue Reading...