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A 21st Century 240D


The Mercedes-Benz ML is the latest victim of powertrain downsizing, but this time, it’s the diesel version that’s getting its cylinder count trimmed.

Behold, The Leafamino


Engineers at Nissan’s Arizona proving grounds have created a one-off pickup truck variant of the Nissan Leaf.

Volvo Will Only Appear At Three Major Auto Shows


A report in Canada’s The Globe and Mail claims that Volvo is withdrawing from all but three major world auto shows – Detroit, Paris and one unnamed auto show in Asia – as part of a new marketing strategy.

Captives To Face CFPB Oversight


New rules being announced by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau would mean that the captive finance arms would be subject to oversight from the CFPB.

Toyota Boosting Capacity To Crank Out More Tacomas


Toyota’s lone Mexican assembly plant will boost output by as much as 40 percent to increase production of the Tacoma mid-size pickup truck starting in April, 2015.

A Hot Hatch Polo Match


At 155 inches long, the current Volkswagen Polo fits neatly in between the size of the MK1 and MK2 Volkswagen GTI hatchbacks.

Best Selling Cars Around The Globe: Coast to Coast 2014 – Savannah GA


Albert in the Avenue of the Oaks – Wormsloe Plantation Historic Site in Savannah, GA Now that we have gone through New York City, Washington DC through Virginia, North & South Carolina and Charleston, it’s time to travel further South along the East Coast of the United States and the Interstate 95 to Georgia – the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr and Ray Charles.

House Dems Take Republicans To Task Over NHTSA Report


In the wake of a report written by Republican members of the United States House of Representatives regarding the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration inability to find and link evidence regarding General Motors’ involvement in the design and implementation of an ignition switch now linked to 54 accidents and 19 fatalities, two Democrat members took the report’s authors to task.

Junkyard Find: 1981 Maserati Biturbo


Your typical Maserati Biturbo isn’t worth much these days, which means that the cost/benefit analysis of one sitting under a tarp in the driveway often results in a trip to the nearest wrecking yard.

The Volkswagen Eos Is Dead: Here’s Why


RX-8, FJ Cruiser, XLR: just some of the recent nameplates which at one time generated healthy sales activity in the U.S., but after slowly fading in un-updated form, were put out to pasture.

Supplier Believes Lightweight Steel Has A Place In Light-Duty Pickups


Though Ford is going all in on aluminum for its upcoming F-150, with General Motors following suit soon after, one supplier believes lightweight steel can be just as effective as the alloy best known for holding beer and keeping turkeys juicy in the oven.

Rolls-Royce Receives Largest-Ever Fleet Order For Macau Luxury Hotel


If one were so inclined to visit Macau for a bit of gambling, they could hitch a ride to their hotel through one of the many cabs running throughout the city.

2015 Challenger SRT Hellcat Delivers EPA-Rated 22 MPG Highway


Most anyone purchasing a 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat aren’t likely considering fuel economy as a reason for wanting one of the most brutal machines ever assembled.

The Mustang Embargo Is Done


Ah, it’s the sad truth that the only way I’ll ever be on the cover of anything is if I’m wearing a helmet.

TTAC Salutes The Lincoln Motor Company


Last year, TTAC reviewed the Lincoln MKZ, and found it wanting. Poor build quality, sub-par fuel economy and questionable value for money led me to write a review that, while accurate in its portrayal of the cars faults, went above and beyond the call of duty as far as verbal vitriol was concerned.

GM Already Adding Third Shift At Mid-Size Truck Plant


GM’s new mid-size pickup trucks aren’t even on sale yet, but the auto maker is already preparing to add a third shift at its Wentzville, Missouri assembly plant, which will result in 750 additional jobs.

Best Selling Cars Around The Globe: Coast to Coast 2014 – Charleston SC


Ford F250 in Charleston SC After driving from Washington DC through Virginia, North & South Carolina, we are now in Charleston SC.

No Fixed Abode: What’s the value of a Ferrari, anyway?


Let’s get this straight: when it comes to what the used-car manager at the Ford dealership where I used to work called “pointy-nose cars”, I’m a Viper guy.

131 Fatality Claims Filed With GM Compensation Fund Thus Far


Yesterday, we reported General Motors accepting there were 19 fatalities linked to a defective ignition switch originally tied to 13 deaths and 31 accidents, thanks in part to the compensation fund established with the aid of administrator and attorney Kenneth Feinberg.

Ssangyong Builds TTAC’s Dream Vehicle


  While researching Ssangyong, I came across this photo of a true unicorn – a brown, compact pickup truck.


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