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2015 Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake -- a wagon we still want

Making its first European auto show appearance, the Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake packs a whole lot of appeal into its subcompact package. A more utilitarian and arguably even more engaging take on the CLA-Class sedan, this new wagon -- which remains a Euro-only offering for now - will start hitting showrooms there this month. Like its sedan sibling, the new Shooting Brake offers a choice of gasoline and diesel engines with outputs... Read More


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Kia's Soul Collective Tour to Feature Music, Arts and Test Drives

Starting next week, Kia will attempt to highlight the wonders of its new Soul crossover to young buyers via a series of interactive events in 10 major...


Ford Sees Common Battery Design as Key to Future EV Success

Speaking at last-week's Plug-in 2009, Mike Tinskey, manager of Ford's sustainability activities focused on electric vehicles and infrastructure,...


Volkswagen to Buy Porsche

In a major turnabout and culmination of almost a year of antagonistic infighting, Volkswagen has announced that it will purchase a 42 percent...


GM Plays Show and Tell With its Future Product Lineups

Backed by a cadre of his top-ranking execs, General Motors President and CEO Fritz Henderson offered an unprecedented look into what the revitalized...


Trabant EV Concept to Debut at Frankfurt Motor Show

A transportation staple of the Communist Bloc during the Cold War era is set to be resurrected as an electric vehicle next month in Frankfurt. While the...


Plug-in 2009: Meaningful Change Will Require Maximum Cooperation

This week's Plug-in 2009 has drawn electric vehicle (EV) partisans from around the country to Long Beach, California, for the now-annual state-of-the...


Volvo Celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Three-Point Seatbelt

In a world where airbag counts are starting to move into double-digit territory, the three-point seatbelt may seem far less relevant. But 50 years ago,...


Volt Mileage Claim Generates High-Voltage Buzz

Without question, the most talked about tidbit to come out of GM's new product presentation was word that internal testing of the upcoming Chevy Volt...


Hyundai Confirms New Flagship Sedan Heading to the U.S. in 2011

Ending months of well-informed speculation, Hyundai has formally acknowledged that it will bring a U.S-spec version of its top-of-the-line Equus sedan...


First Look: 2010 Nissan Sentra

Intent on raising the desirability index of its Sentra line, Nissan has refreshed this compact, front-drive four-door for 2010 by giving it a more...


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