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Subaru Impreza 5-Door Concept: You Can’t Say the Name Isn’t Honest – Auto Shows  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Party Previews: Ford Debuts Two Tastefully Tuned Fiesta STs for SEMA  Oct 28th, 2015 
As usual, Ford will have a massive footprint at the 2015 SEMA show, showing more than four dozen cars, two of which will be gussied up versions of a car that’s arguably pretty gussied up already, the hot Fiesta ST. Lest they get lost among the fray of SEMA Mustangs and SEMA F-150s and SEMA […] 
 
 
Lexus LF-FC Concept Debuts, You’ll Know It as the Next LS  Oct 28th, 2015 
Lexus may not offer the horsepower to compete with its German rivals, but it certainly offers the most grille of any luxury marque. Its newest “flagship concept” takes the brand’s spindle face to endgame, as there’s no more room left on the front of the car. Indeed, the most striking feature of the LF-FC, a […] 
 
 
Subaru Impreza 5-Door Concept Debuts, You Can’t Say the Name Isn’t Honest  Oct 28th, 2015 
Subaru is sharpening up its strong-selling Impreza with a newfound focus on “dynamic” design and a “solid” aesthetic foundation. However that designer-speak is meant to translate to regular English, we can say that it all comes together well, forming a muscular and handsome hatchback. The new look addresses the somewhat-awkward transition in the current car […] 
 
 
Buckle Down: 2016 Ford Mustang Recalled for Seatbelts, 2009–10 Ford Edge for Fuel Leaks  Oct 28th, 2015 
Ford is recalling 112,601 cars in three separate U.S. actions this week, among them the 2016 Ford Mustang for seatbelts that might have been damaged during shipping, the company said. Certain 2016 Mustangs have seatbelts and child-seat anchors that may have been damaged in transit prior to final assembly at Flat Rock, which means they might […] 
 
 
Tesla Autopilot 1.01 Upgrade Coming Soon, Aims to Improve Accuracy  Oct 28th, 2015 
Tesla’s Benz-baiting self-driving functions will soon receive their first upgrade. In a recent tweet, CEO Elon Musk outlined Autopilot 1.01 would have “curve speed adaption, controller smoothness, better lane holding on poor roads, improved fleet learning!” In our best Keanu Reeves impression: “Excellent!” We tested Tesla’s beta Autopilot software using a P90D upon its over-the-air cellular […] 
 
 
Nissan IDS Concept: “Like Relaxing in a Living Room” – Auto Shows  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Grom Scrambler Concept Bikes: You Had Us at Knobby Tires, Honda  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
EasyCare Named Finalist in Digital PR News Awards  Oct 28th, 2015 
The F&I product provider is competing against the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and the United Nations’ +SocialGood campaigns in the ‘Online Community’ category of the Digital PR Awards. 
 
 
CFPB Orders SNAAC to Pay $3.28 Million for Illegal Debt Collection Practices  Oct 28th, 2015 
Four months after suing SNAAC for employing illegal debt collection practices, the CFPB has ordered the finance company to pay $3.28 million in refunds and fines to resolve the regulator's claims. 
 
 
Raycom Media Acquires PureCars  Oct 28th, 2015 
The acquisition brings together one of the nation’s largest broadcasters and one of the industry's leading digital advertising platforms. Officials said the combination of both companies could revolutionize the way TV and digital advertising work together. 
 
 
Industry Veteran Gregg Stallings Joins izmocars  Oct 28th, 2015 
Bringing more than 20 years of experience in the image licensing business, Stallings will oversee all stock sales and the business development of interactive media for the company’s izmoStudio, izmoStock and izmotion. 
 
 
Yamaha Sports Ride Concept: A Sports Car with Motorcycle Soul  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
With Wireless Cars, Our Physical Safety Is Now on the Line  Oct 28th, 2015 
There’s an argument to be made that mankind should have stayed in the trees, because progress is a dangerous business. No matter how carefully you engineer a new invention and study the way test subjects use it and build in safeguards against accidental harm or malicious intent, if you start sales on Monday, by Wednesday […] 
 
 
The 10 Fastest Sedans in Lightning Lap History  Oct 28th, 2015 
We’ve run piles of four-door sedans at Virginia International Raceway—where we head each year with the hottest performance cars, in order to extract their quickest lap—and here we present the 10 quickest so far. 
 
 
2015 Lightning Lap: LL5 Class Spotlight  Oct 28th, 2015 
Take a tour of this year's Lightning Lap LL5 class, which includes cars with prices above $245,000. 
 
 
2015 Lightning Lap: LL4 Class Spotlight  Oct 28th, 2015 
Take a tour of this year's Lightning Lap LL4 class, which includes cars with prices between $125,000 and $244,999. 
 
 
2015 Lightning Lap: LL2 Class Spotlight  Oct 28th, 2015 
Take a tour of this year's Lightning Lap LL2 class, which includes cars with prices between $35,000 and $64,999. 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: The Year’s Hottest Performance Cars Attack VIR!  Oct 28th, 2015 
These are times of big performance claims, and what better place to test them than at America’s hairiest track? This year, we returned to Virginia International Raceway with 18 cars and a healthy dose of skepticism. It made us believers. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
2015 Lightning Lap: LL1 Class Spotlight  Oct 28th, 2015 
Take a tour of this year's Lightning Lap LL1 class, which includes cars with prices of up to $34,999. 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: The Year’s Hottest Performance Cars Attack VIR! – Feature  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Lightning Lap: LL3 Class Spotlight  Oct 28th, 2015 
Take a tour of this year's Lightning Lap LL3 class, which includes cars with prices between $65,000 and $124,999. 
 
 
Neo Knights: Honda’s Neowing Concept Is a Hybrid Leaning Trike  Oct 28th, 2015 
Spend any time among the Gold Wing riders of America, and you’ll uncover a gloriously nerdy, unpretentious subculture of dudes (with their wives perched on the rear thrones) interested in maximizing motorcycling comfort over big distances. When the Wing was born, 40 years ago, Honda threw everything it knew about building a motorcycle into the thing. […] 
 
 
The Diahatsu Noriori Concept Takes Tiny, Wheeled Boxes to Their Zenith  Oct 28th, 2015 
Tiny, box-shaped vanlets are everywhere in Japan—including, naturally, the Tokyo auto show. The genre is taken to its zenith, however, by the Diahatsu Noriori concept. The Noriori’s theme actually is accessibility. Caster-like wheels make for an ultra-low ride height, while deployable ramps allow for the loading of a wheelchair through either the side-hinged rear door […] 
 
 
Japan-Only Subaru WRX STI S207 Is Your New Forbidden Fuji Apple  Oct 28th, 2015 
Oh golly, it’s a superheated limited-edition WRX STI that we can’t get here in the States. Subie-heads are already lamenting. Here’s what’s breaking their hearts: 323 horsepower, up from the 305 we see from the STI here in the U.S. Subaru claims the S207 “aims to be the world’s most enjoyable vehicle, providing a feel-good […] 
 
 
Neo Knights: Honda’s Neowing Concept Is a Hybrid Leaning Trike  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Days of Future Past: Honda Celebrates History with These Rad Tokyo Motorcycle Concepts  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Japan-Only Subaru WRX STI S207 Is Your New Forbidden Fuji Apple  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Yamaha Sports Ride Concept: A Sports Car with Motorcycle Soul  Oct 28th, 2015 
Yamaha is obviously well known for its achievements in the world of two-wheeled mobility, but like any successful company it seeks to expand its horizons. One evidence of this among Yamaha’s Tokyo show properties was Motobot, a robotic rider that Yamaha R&D is developing to pilot a motorcycle at speeds up to about 125 mph. […] 
 
 
Days of Future Past: Honda Celebrates History with These Rad Tokyo Motorcycle Concepts  Oct 28th, 2015 
Forget automobiles for a moment. Honda as we know it began after World War II with an engine meant to be affixed to a bicycle. In 1949, the company began selling a motorcycle of its own design—the Dream—and well, the rest is a rather storied history of innovation and sales success. In America, one of […] 
 
 
All Good: 2016 Nissan Altima Prices Announced, Base Model Up Just $200  Oct 28th, 2015 
As of last month, we know pretty much all we need to know about Nissan’s refreshed—make that “Maximated”—Altima. If you don’t, click here. The only thing we didn’t know was how much the much-improved Altima will cost as it goes on sale next month at Nissan showrooms nationwide. Well, as of today, consider that problem solved: […] 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept: Enter the Luxury Autonopod – Auto Shows  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
All Good: 2016 Nissan Altima Prices Announced, Base Model Up Just $200  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Turnabout in Tokyo: Mazda RX-Vision Concept Debuts Packing a Rotary Engine  Oct 28th, 2015 
Less than 24 hours after word that Mazda’s sports-car concept would pack a rotary engine began to spread, the maker has pulled off the wraps and provided official confirmation. Officially dubbed the RX-Vision concept, the Mazda sports car is a two-door, two-seat, front engine, rear-drive mass of single-purposed hotness said to provide a look at […] 
 
 
GTS Some: Porsche Spreads GTS Treatment to Macan Crossover  Oct 28th, 2015 
Porsche has turned its GTS transmogrifier toward its newest model and created a more sporting Macan for the small crossover’s third model year. As you’d expect given the GTS treatments applied to the rest of the lineup—Boxster, Cayman, 911, Panamera, and Cayenne—this Macan packs additional power, several chassis tweaks, and special aesthetic touches inside and out. Thanks to […] 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz Vision Tokyo Concept: Enter the Luxury Autonopod  Oct 28th, 2015 
Over its past few occurrences, the biennial Tokyo auto show seemed to be dropping off the radars of many international carmakers, losing out to the auto shows in China. But now it’s back, thanks to a beautiful venue and a Japanese auto industry that is regaining its strength. A good measure of a show’s importance […] 
 
 
Mazda RX-Vision Concept: Rotary-Powered and Hot as Hell – Auto Shows  Oct 28th, 2015 
 
 
 
Fiat-Chrysler Recalls 141,000 Ram, Cherokee Models for Potential Axle Fractures, Fires  Oct 27th, 2015 
Fiat-Chrysler is recalling 141,124 U.S.-market Ram pickups for rear-axle failures and Jeep Cherokee SUVs for potential fires, according to the automaker and filings posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. On 2015–2016 Ram 1500 pickups built within a three-month period this year, parts of the rear axle shaft may have been improperly heat-treated, which can cause […] 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Mercedes-AMG C63 S – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Lexus RC F – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Sedan – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Ford Mustang GT – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Volkswagen Golf R – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Volkswagen GTI with Performance Package – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Lamborghini Huracan LP610-4 – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Rotary Redux: Mazda Confirms Sports-Car Concept to Feature New Rotary Engine  Oct 27th, 2015 
Last month, when Mazda released this shadowy photo of a new sports-car concept ahead of its Tokyo auto show debut, it served as fuel for the usual rotary rumors. Now, reports originating in Japan say that not only is the concept powered by a genuine rotary engine, but also that the two-door, two-seat concept hints strongly at an […] 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Audi S3 – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Mini John Cooper Works Hardtop – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2016 Mazda MX-5 Miata Club – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Nissan Recalls 41,000 More Altima, Maxima Sedans for Fuel-Tank Leaks  Oct 27th, 2015 
Nissan is expanding a recall to include 41,388 more cars with faulty gas-tank seals, according to filings posted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. In total, there are 46,846 cars affected—the list includes 2013–2016 Altima 3.5 models and the 2016 Maxima—since Nissan announced the first recall in August. Only V-6 models are included. The H-seal […] 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2016 Cadillac ATS-V Coupe – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 McLaren 650S Spider – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
2017 Lexus LC Coupe Spied in Production Body: Lexusfalutin, Two-Door-Style  Oct 27th, 2015 
What It Is: A prototype of Lexus’s upcoming flagship luxury coupe, which will be positioned far higher up the automotive food chain than the Japanese brand’s only other current coupe model, the RC. The new model was previewed by the California-designed LF-LC concept at the 2012 Detroit auto show, but now running prototypes are plying […] 
 
 
2017 Lexus LC Spied in Production Body: Lexusfalutin, Two-Door-Style – Future Cars  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Latka-san Is Pleased: Toyota Shows Doofy-Looking JPN Taxi Concept  Oct 27th, 2015 
It’s been 20 years since Toyota launched the Crown Comfort, Japan’s Crown Victoria equivalent, and the rear-drive sedan meant for taxi duty was dated and stodgy-looking then, like a superdeformed vision of a Lexus LS400. No less a man than Akio Toyoda has recognized the Crown Comfort’s importance to the company, awarding it his “President’s […] 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT S – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2015 Porsche 911 GT3 – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: 2016 Cadillac CTS-V – Feature  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Fitness Test: Subjecting an Average Car to the Perils of Lightning Lap  Oct 27th, 2015 
From the October 2015 issue Every year, without fail, reader response to Lightning Lap includes multiple pleas to enter an everyday car—a Camry, an Accord, a Fiesta without an ST badge. You know, an average ride built for the average commuter. Well, this year we happened to have our long-term 2015 Honda Fit EX present […] 
 
 
Lightning Lap 2015: Our Man Ezra Dyer on His First Lightning Lap, Lawn Chairs, and Lynyrd Skynyrd  Oct 27th, 2015 
The moment I joined Car and Driver, I set about scheming my way into the Lightning Lap testing at Virginia International Raceway. From the outside, Lightning Lap looks like everything you dream about at the Academy, when you’re just a snot-nosed QWERTY jockey scrubbing latrines every time you dangle a participle in front of the […] 
 
 
Tomorrowland: We Drive Honda’s New Fuel-Cell Vehicle  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Tomorrowland: We Drive Honda’s New Fuel-Cell Vehicle  Oct 27th, 2015 
Visiting Japan from the United States means crossing the International Date Line—quite literally traveling into the future. This was not lost on us when we visited Honda’s research and development center in Tochigi in advance of the Tokyo Motor Show for an extremely limited drive of its third-generation fuel-cell vehicle, heretofore known by the inventive […] 
 
 
Integration Connects VinConnect CRM With GoMoto's HUB  Oct 27th, 2015 
VinSolutions announced new integration between its VinConnect CRM tool and GoMoto’s Digital HUB technology. 
 
 
Auto/Mate Offers A Resource for Better Hiring Practices  Oct 27th, 2015 
Auto/Mate Dealership Systems has released a free e-book designed to help dealerships minimize employee turnover and improve hiring practices. 
 
 
NADA: Employee Salaries at New-Car Dealerships Rise  Oct 27th, 2015 
Not only was employee turnover below the rate recorded in the private sector, dealership employees earned 29% more than private-sector workers. The study also showed that F&I had the highest ratio of women. 
 
 
CreditMiner Integrates With Flick Fusion Platform  Oct 27th, 2015 
CreditMiner has partnered with Flick Fusion to incorporate its real-time soft credit-pull technology with Flick Fusion’s online and mobile video platform. 
 
 
KBB Predicts 12% Increase in New-Vehicle Sales  Oct 27th, 2015 
The vehicle information site said this week it expects new-vehicle sales to total 1.43 million units in October, the highest October sales volume in more than a decade. 
 
 
Will Chevrolet’s Bolt EV Be a Lightning Bolt or Another Lame Electric? The GM-LG Partnership Will Tell the Tale  Oct 27th, 2015 
 
 
 
Will Chevrolet’s Bolt EV Be a Lightning Bolt or Another Lame Electric? The GM-LG Partnership Will Tell the Tale  Oct 27th, 2015 
Perhaps you were still reeling from the 9.0-magnitude earthquake that killed thousands and prompted Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuke-plant meltdown. Or Osama bin Laden’s demise in Pakistan. Or a terminally ill Steve Jobs passing the Apple baton to Tim Cook. Whatever the distraction, you missed one of the more significant engagement ceremonies in automotive history. On […] 
 
 
Auto Dealer Supplies for a Changing Business Climate  Oct 27th, 2015 
Forecasts for a slowing auto service market mean service centers and repair shops need to prepare now, according to Ohio-based dealer products distributor 
 
 
2017 GMC Acadia Spy Photos: New Platform, Smaller Dimensions – Spy Photos  Oct 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
American Accents: Chevrolet to Show Red Accent and Black Accent 2016 Camaros at SEMA  Oct 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Kia Optima SX 2.0T Test: More Refined and Still Value-Packed  Oct 26th, 2015 
The redesigned 2016 Kia Optima has just gone on sale, rocking the expressive styling we’ve admired since its debut at the New York auto show earlier this year. Even in this rational, mainstream family-sedan segment, styling still sells cars, and the wonders design chief Peter Schreyer has been working at Kia for nearly a decade […] 
 
 
Global Cooling: Mercedes to Debut Air Conditioning with CO2 Refrigerant  Oct 26th, 2015 
When the 2017 E-class debuts next year, Mercedes will market the hell out of its self-driving capabilities and electronic safety aids. Nary a primetime TV ad will detail a decidedly unsexy yet important feature: The new air-conditioning system. Mercedes will be first to market with a carbon-dioxide refrigerant, an eco-friendly alternative that promises greater fuel economy, quicker […] 
 
 
Long and Stronger: 2016 Audi A8L 4.0T Sport Brings More Power  Oct 26th, 2015 
Audi just dropped some numbers on its long-wheelbase flagship sedan, and things are trending upwards. And by things, we mean horsepower. For 2016, Audi is adding the A8L 4.0T Sport model, in which the car’s twin-turbo V-8 is bumped to a solid 450 horsepower, 15 more than the now-departed non-Sport 4.0T. Of course, the extra power is welcome, […] 
 
 
Running the Legendary Mojave Road, in Pictures [Sponsored]  Oct 26th, 2015 
Few dirt roads in America can rival the Mojave Road, which runs 140 miles across California’s Mojave Desert, one of the hottest and most barren places on earth. Home to dormant volcanoes, towering sand dunes, and bazillions of Joshua trees — not to mention scorpions, rattlesnakes, Gila monsters, and the endangered desert tortoise — the […] 
 
 
Green Manalishi: Neil Tjin Builds a Genesis Coupe For SEMA  Oct 26th, 2015 
For about a decade now, Neil Tjin has maintained his position as one of handful of go-to tuner/customizer/visionary types that manufacturers call when they are looking to infuse a product with some custom aftermarket sizzle. So when Hyundai wanted to remind the public that the Genesis coupe was still a thing, they knew where to […] 
 
 
A Guide to Off-Roading for the Uninitiated [Sponsored]  Oct 26th, 2015 
Today’s trucks are amazing machines. They’re built to comfortably handle highways, but are just as adept once your turn off the pavement and onto the dirt. And, really, what’s the point of 4×4 if you’re not actually going to use it, at least occasionally? But simply going off-road isn’t as simple as it sounds. It’s an […] 
 
 
American Accents: Chevrolet to Show Red Accent and Black Accent 2016 Camaros at SEMA  Oct 26th, 2015 
One of the Chevy Camaro’s most compelling traits is its adaptability. From a sporty grocery getter for young singles to a face-torquing track rat to a big-wheeled urban cruiser, GM’s pony car occupies a special place in American custom-car and motorsport culture. So it only makes sense that GM would show off what new owners can […] 
 
 
2016 Kia Optima SX 2.0T – Instrumented Test  Oct 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
VW CEO: Diesel Scandal’s Financial Cost Will Exceed Initial $7.2-Billion Fund  Oct 26th, 2015 
It appears that Volkswagen will have to pay more than the $7.2 billion it had allotted to fix its cars and disarm lawyers over its diesel-emissions scandal, but by how much is anyone’s guess. Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller recently said the company’s initial cash fund only applied to expected recall costs, although whether Müller is including government fines […] 
 
 
Steer Clear: What It Takes to Have Good Steering in an Electric World  Oct 26th, 2015 
From the November 2015 issue There’s no control in a car more central to driver involvement than steering. And there’s no control that juggles more variables to get satisfying feel—that just-right balance of how much force the driver has to apply to the steering wheel to change direction; how immediately and linearly the car responds […] 
 
 
2017 GMC Acadia Spy Photos: New Platform, Smaller Dimensions  Oct 26th, 2015 
What It Is: After a decade, General Motors finally will release a second generation of its mid-size crossover family, which includes the GMC Acadia/Chevrolet Traverse/Buick Enclave. Spotted here in GMC trim, the next Acadia carries over its familiar fender-flare shape, upright grille, and rectilinear body that contains three rows of seats. Design-wise, don’t expect any […] 
 
 
2017 Acura NSX – First Drive Review  Oct 26th, 2015 
 
 
 
Wind Damage: Quantifying Convertible Weight and Noise Compromises [Infographic]  Oct 26th, 2015 
From the November 2015 issue Lay the old rooster on the chopping block and he’ll be a little lighter after the hatchet falls. It’s a sad fact that the opposite is true of cars. Subtract the top and you’ve got to add a bunch of stuff back in. But, while convertibles consistently weigh more than […] 
 
 
DRIVEN: All-New 2017 Acura NSX!  Oct 26th, 2015 
Should Acura even have this car? It’s a question we posed with our first preview of the NSX back in April. Ailing Acura strikes us as a brand in need of reinvention from the bottom up, starting with a new Integra, the car that the people have crowned as the real keeper of Acura’s flame. […] 
 
 
2016 Volkswagen Passat First Drive: Some Much-Needed Good News for VW  Oct 23rd, 2015 
In the wake of the TDI emissions scandal—or are we still in the build-up phase?—Volkswagen is in need of some good news. The launch of a new model can provide just that, and the 2016 Passat is sufficiently different from the 2012­–15 models to justify a modicum of enthusiasm. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
2016 Volkswagen Passat – First Drive Review  Oct 23rd, 2015 
 
 
 
We Get an Early Preview of Volvo’s Upcoming S90 Sedan  Oct 23rd, 2015 
Volvo’s flagship S80 is a nice car, sure. But it’s ancient in car years, pales in comparison with gems like the Audi A6 and the Cadillac CTS, and barely registers a blip on the sales charts. (Cars that outsold the S80 in 2014 include the Porsche Cayman, the Scion iQ, the Chevrolet SS, and the […] 
 
 
Kia’s PacWest Adventure Sorento Concept Is a Raptor-fied Family Crossover  Oct 23rd, 2015 
What do you think of when someone says the words “Kia Sorento“? Do you confuse it with the Sedona minivan? Do you see flashes of Goldfish crackers and kids’ soccer games? It’s extremely unlikely, however, that anything like the image above pops into your head. What you’re looking at, people, is the PacWest Adventure Sorento […] 
 
 
Volkswagen Confirms Newer Diesel Engines Don’t Cheat in Europe  Oct 23rd, 2015 
Volkswagen has announced that its EA288 diesel engines—separate from the EA189 at the heart of the company’s diesel-emissions scandal—do not have cheat software to skirt EU5 and EU6 emissions standards in Europe. At this point in the game, we’d imagine VW would be trying to get ahead of any potential further emissions-related scandal, so the […] 
 
 
Ford Gets Petty, Announces Limited Run of “King Edition” Supercharged 2016 Mustang GTs  Oct 23rd, 2015 
Of all the racing family dynasties to make their mark over the years, few have been as successful as the Pettys in sustaining their legacy long after their glory days on the track have ended. In addition to being synonymous with a certain shade of blue and the number 43, the Petty name still carries […] 
 
 
2016 Honda Accord Coupe V-6 Manual – Instrumented Test  Oct 23rd, 2015 
 
 
 
Because Seven Would be Too Few: Ford Showing 8 Modified Mustangs at SEMA  Oct 23rd, 2015 
Whatever you do, don’t say “SEMA ‘Stangs” five times fast. By the second attempt, well, it gets inappropriate. Nearly as inappropriate? The number of modified Mustangs Ford plans to display at this year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas. After all, couldn’t there just be one modded version of each basic Mustang that’s offered, say, a […] 
 
 
Sheer N Attack: Nissan to Show Off New GT-R Package at SEMA  Oct 23rd, 2015 
When Nissan sent their GT-R around the Nürburgring and claimed their 7:879 time as a lap record for “a volume production car,” there were cries of rookery. Currently, the GT-R’s lap time sits behind a pair of Radicals, Porsche’s very expensive and quite hybridized 918 Spyder, and the Lamborghini Aventador SV. All well and good, […] 
 
 
2016 Honda Accord Coupe V-6 Manual Tested: The Best and Only Case for Its Kind  Oct 23rd, 2015 
Think of the modern, affordable two-door coupe as being like applesauce made from one of those squeaky, hand-cranked mutilator contraptions. Only in our pomaceous metaphor, the mechanism is a quid pro quo equation in which, ideally, the impracticality of lowered door count is offset by performance pretense and rear-wheel drive. This arithmetic creates gooey, wholesome […] 
 
 
The Difference between an Automobile Warranty and an Extended Auto Warranty / Extended Service Program  Oct 23rd, 2015 
Sometimes referred to as a service contract, or extended service program, an extended automobile warranty is designed to offset repair expenses following the purchase of a new or used automobile. 
 
 
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