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Editorial: By Royal Decree


Buried in a Reuters article on Hyundai’s new Prius-fighter was talk of Hyundai’s new Aslan sedan. The Aslan is intended to take on the growing sales of imported sedans in South Korea, namely the VW Passat, BMW 3-Series and Audi A4.

Capsule Review: 2015 Honda Fit, Grandma Edition


(N.B. This review was penned by my grandmother, Yvette Lerner, posted under my account) When my husband, daughter (Derek’s Mum) and I left England in 1962, we left behind a beautiful MG Magnette.

Coast to Coast 2014: Driving Old Route 66 (Part 1)


Albert on the Route 66 in Tucumcari New Mexico.  Check out all my Coast to Coast Reports here This is it!

Low Fuel Prices, Strong New-Car Sales Boost US Economy


What happens when $2.99 for a gallon of regular fuels demand for new vehicles? The U.S. economy feels its VTEC kick in, of course.

Spotlight Shines Brighter On Takata Airbag Failures


Investigators unearth more reports of deaths and injuries linked to catastrophic detonations of Takata’s airbags; the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sets a deadline for the supplier to submit related documents; and attorneys urge a U.S.

Junkyard Find: 1985 Mercury Grand Marquis LS Colony Park Station Wagon


The popularity of the full-size station wagon went into steep decline during the course of the 1980s, thanks to competition from minivans and less truck-ish SUVs, and there wasn’t a particularly compelling reason to get a Mercury wagon instead of its near-identical, cheaper Ford sibling, so the 1979-1991 Mercury Grand Marquis Colony Park wagon was uncommon then and near-extinct now.

Treasury: GM Bailout Suit Would Hinder Future Actions


Should companies in the future need to be bailed-out by the federal government, they may not be so forthcoming with the necessary information if General Motors’ confidential documents linked to its own bailout see the light of day.

Hyundai Developing Dedicated Hybrid To Battle Toyota Prius


Though one can already purchase a hybrid from Hyundai — the Sonata Hybrid, to be exact — the South Korean automaker is now planning to follow in the footsteps of Toyota and Honda by building a hybrid that always was from the get-go.

GM Invests $63M Into Lansing Delta Township Expansion


General Motors is gearing up to spend $63 million on expanding its Lansing Delta Township plant — home of the GMC Acadia, Buick Enclave and Chevrolet Traverse — as part of an overall $300 million improvement plan involving the automaker’s Michigan properties.

And The Winner Is…


Well, my grandma has finally got her car. She decided on a Honda Fit LX CVT. Thanks to the B&B for their suggestions.

Dispatches Do Brasil: FCA Finds Its Feet


It’s pretty amazing how the world spins and moves forward yet people refuse to budge. Fiat consistently scores in or near the top of Euro reliability rankings, besting most if not all of the mainstream Euro makers as well as other competitors from other continents who, somehow, are given a pass in this area.

Review: 1982 VAZ 21033 – Lada 1300 for the Soviets


Everyone knows it by its export name, Lada, but its real name was VAZ and that is how it was commonly known in Soviet Union.

2015 Chevrolet Colorado Comes Packed With Technology And Stuff

Click here to view the embedded video. TTAC  reader (and former GM employee) Mikey alerted me to this video, which I missed, due to promptly shutting off the TV after the Kansas City Royals lost the World Series.

FCA Quality Chief Replaced Day After Poor Survey Outing


A day after Fiat Chrysler Automobiles found itself near or at the bottom of Consumer Reports 2014 Annual Reliability Survey, FCA quality boss Doug Betts left the building.

Obama Administration In Search Of New, Permanent NHTSA Boss


Think you could be the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s next top boss? Then you’re in luck: The Obama administration is looking for someone to fill the shoes currently worn by interim chief David Friedman.

GM’s Big Crossovers vs. GM’s Big SUVs


General Motors has sold 189,354 copies of its big Lambda-platform crossovers in the United States this year.

Next-Gen Nissan Titan Equipped With New Turbodiesel Tech


When the next-gen Nissan Titan rolls up to the stage at next year’s Detroit Auto Show, the full-size truck will have a big oil-burner with enough sequential firepower to put all on Truck Mountain on notice.

Dorizas Leaves Holden, General Motors To Pursue New Ventures


Another bell tolls as Holden draws closer to the end of local production in 2017, this time for brand boss Gerry Dorizas, who resigned after serving just eight months in the position.

2016 Chevrolet Volt Won’t Need Premium To Move


When customers arrive to pick up the 2016 Chevrolet Volt late next year, they won’t need to spend money on premium when it eventually comes time to fill the tank.

FCA Spinning Ferrari Off From Parent Company By 2015


By this time next year, Ferrari will no longer be a part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, thanks to a plan announced today that will spin the exotic brand off from the rest of the Italo-American automaker.


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