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QOTD: How Does The Toyota C-HR Make You Feel?

People want to talk to me about the 2018 Toyota C-HR. Since I took possession of a Toyota Canada-supplied C-HR last Friday, more people have approached me to discuss the C-HR than any other car I’ve ever had the pleasure or displeasure of testing. Naturally, I assume they’re not going …

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Mazda Has No Death Watch For The Mazda 6

Mazda’s U.S. lineup has already suffered enough cutbacks, according to North American boss Masahiro Moro. “I don’t have any intention to cut any nameplate right now,â€� Moro told Automotive News following a meeting of the National Dealer Advisory Council earlier in May. This means the Mazda 6, often thought to …

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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Recalled For Spark Plugs And Software

Mitsubishi has issued a recall in Australia this week for its plug-in hybrid Outlander SUV. The recall concerns the PHEV’s petrol-powered four-cylinder engine, which may have been fitted with the incorrect spark plugs. Also, the engine’s software may not be functioning correctly. Combined, the two issues may see the petrol …

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Mazda Celebrates 50 Years Of The Rotary Engine

Mazda’s rotary engine, hated and loved in equal measure, is celebrating its 50th birthday. There won’t be a ’50 Years Edition’ of any Mazda model, given the engine is currently on hiatus, but that doesn’t mean the Japanese carmaker can’t look back at some of its more memorable models which …

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BMW Prepares For High-Level Automation By 2021

A detailed report by BMW has outlined the brands future mobility goals, bringing highly autonomous vehicles forward in the automaker’s plans with drivers expected to be able to let their car pilot itself as early as 2021 As part of the maker’s iNext plan driver’s may even be able to …

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Jeep Confirms 527kW Grand Cherokee Trackhawk For Australia In 2017

The speculation is over, Jeep Australia’s CEO has confirmed that the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, billed as the world’s fastest four-wheel drive, will be available in Australia before the end of 2017. Fiat Chrysler’s Australian CEO, Steve Zanlunghi, confirmed the 527kW/874Nm supercharged halo model would line-up as a flagship variant of …

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