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Jaguar Hints at Expanded Line of Future Sports Cars

As crossovers take over the market, Jaguar has prepared an appropriate offensive with the F-Pace, E-Pace, and the all-electric I-Pace. But that doesn’t mean it’s forgotten about sports cars. Speaking with Autocar, Jaguar’s product strategy boss suggested the brand is keen on new entries in this category. “The F-Type has been a huge success,” Hanno Kirner said. “We […]

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The 2019 Mercedes-AMG E 53 Sedan Packs a 429-HP Inline-Six

For the past few years, the Mercedes-AMG E 43 has been the car you buy when the regular E 300 won’t do and the E 63 S is a little too much. With a twin-turbo V-6 cranking out 396 hp and 384 lb-ft of torque, a rear-biased all-wheel-drive system, and a quick-shifting nine-speed transmission, the E 43 offered […]

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Report: Ford Mach 1 Crossover to Sit on Focus Platform

By now, you’ve probably heard Ford is axing most of its cars here in the U.S. in favor of SUVs and trucks. Ford will offer a Focus Activ crossover hatchback, but the Mustang is the only true traditional car that will survive. Now the automaker is focused on capitalizing on the Mustang’s brand value by […]

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A Glimpse Into the Post-Marchionne FCA Product Plan Coming June 1

We love FCA’s five-year plans. The automaker does not adhere strictly to them, but they provide a detailed snapshot of what the company sees as possible and which brands and vehicles are part of the vision. CEO Sergio Marchionne will present his third product and business plan on June 1. The first one was back […]

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2018 Ford F-150 XL Diesel Commercial Truck First Test

The diesel variants of Ford’s F-150 XL and XLT are available only to commercial fleet buyers. Equipped with the 3.0-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel engine, these trims will not show up at a Ford dealer unless you have a Fleet Identification Number (FIN). You should also know that the diesel engine carries a $2,400 premium over […]

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