How GM Engineered a Lighter Chevy Malibu

The Chevrolet Malibu is all new for 2016 and it certainly looks the part, but more importantly than design is just how much weight this midsize sedan has lost. Engineers have trimmed it down by around 300 pounds. That’s like dropping the equivalent of a professional wrestler!

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Chevrolet Sparks Up Its Newest City Car

You might think of pickup trucks or at the very least, large vehicles when Chevrolet comes up. But the bow-tie brand still knows a thing or two about small vehicles.

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2016 Honda Civic Gets VTEC Turbo, Hatchback Bodystyle

Surprising the automotive industry, Honda revealed a new Civic at the New York Auto Show today. This so-called concept strongly hints at what the 10th-generation car will look like when it goes on sale this fall.

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Subaru STI Performance Concept Makes 350 HP

Not only is Subaru synonymous with reliable, safe, efficient transportation but also with performance thanks to its turbocharged boxer engines and standard all-wheel drive. This Japanese automaker is emphasizing its STI division here at the 2015 New York Auto Show.

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2016 Infiniti QX50 Makes Manhattan Debut

The redesigned Infiniti QX50 just made its debut in New York, though you may remember it as the EX37 from model years past. For 2016 this vehicle has gained a number of worthwhile enhancements and at least one big change.

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2016 Smart Fortwo Makes North American Debut

Daimler’s redesigned smart car made its North American debut in Manhattan on the eve of the New York Auto Show.

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2016 Chevrolet Malibu Trims 300 Lbs of Fat

Fuel economy, interior space and dramatic styling are three things midsize sedan buyers look for, and these are the areas Chevrolet focused on while developing the all-new 2016 Malibu, which just debuted at the New York Auto Show.

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