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2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS Video, First Look

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Is there a place on the market for a performance-oriented crossover? Nissan sure thinks so with its Juke NISMO RS. Continue Reading...

Mercedes AMG Gran Turismo Concept Video, First Look

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From virtual to reality, Mercedes arguably stole the show in Los Angeles this year with its Vision Gran Turismo concept. Continue Reading...

2014 MINI Cooper S Video, First Look

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The next-generation MINI Cooper made its debut at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, growing in size and space. Continue Reading...

Most Watched Videos of the Week: November 17 – 24, 2013

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This week, AutoGuide revealed its Utility Vehicle of the Year, while a pair of auto shows kept plenty of automotive enthusiasts glued to our YouTube channel. From the LA Auto Show, the unveiling of the Subaru WRX drew excitement while viewers also wanted to catch the first glimpse at the 2015 Nissan GT-R and GT-R Nismo…. Continue Reading...

Lotus Exige V6 Cup Arrives in America

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The most exciting car in the Lotus lineup isn’t available in America. Or at least it’s not available if you plan to drive it on the street. Continue Reading...

2014 Lexus CT200h Arrives in LA With Spindly Face

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Yesterday, Lexus kept its 2014 CT200h under wraps at the Los Angeles Auto Show, but now that it’s officially debuted at the Guangzhou Motor Show in China, the Japanese automaker has lifted the covers in LA. Continue Reading...

Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell Lease to Cost $499 a Month

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Hyundai has announced pricing for its Tucson Hydrogen Fuel Cell model, offering leases in California for $499 a month with fuel included for the life of the lease. Continue Reading...

Range Rover Autobiography Black Goes Long on Luxury

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Stretching out at the Los Angeles Convention Center show floor today, the Range Rover Long-Wheelbase Autobiography Black packs with plenty of luxury even for LA’s most prestigious. Continue Reading...
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