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Redesigned 2018 BMW M5 Delivers Numerous First-time Features

Forty years after launching its first street-legal sports car, BMW’s M division will introduce what’s being called its quickest, most technologically advanced model ever: the 2018 BMW M5 high-performance sports sedan. The sixth-generation BMW M5 made its world premiere recently, and although pricing has yet to be revealed, we already know much about what customers can expect … Continue reading Redesigned 2018 BMW M5 Delivers Numerous First-time Features

Revved-up Roundup: Modern-Day Muscle Cars Bring 2,016 Horsepower for 2017

It’s hard to believe that muscle cars were on the verge of extinction just 15 years ago. That’s when General Motors stopped production of the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird, leaving only the Ford Mustang to carry on. The last Dodge Challenger (a badge-engineered Mitsubishi with front-wheel drive) had been cancelled in 1983. And with … Continue reading Revved-up Roundup: Modern-Day Muscle Cars Bring 2,016 Horsepower for 2017

2018 Range Rover Velar: Land Rover’s New Midsize SUV

The Land Rover product line will soon expand to six models when the 2018 Range Rover Velar, a midsize SUV, arrives later this year. Positioned between the Range Rover Sport and the Range Rover Evoque, the five-seat Velar should help solidify the British marque’s poshttp://land-rover/range-rover-sportition in the luxury SUV segment. With standard all-wheel drive, the … Continue reading 2018 Range Rover Velar: Land Rover’s New Midsize SUV

Lexus, Porsche Tie for Top Spot in 2017 JD Power Dependability Study

J.D. Power released its 2017 Vehicle Dependability Study this week and the results aren’t all that surprising: Lexus and Porsche tied for the top spot, with Hyundai accomplishing the most significant year-over-year gain. The study is updated annually and represents an important measuring stick for long-term quality. This year’s analysis looked at 2014 model-year vehicles … Continue reading Lexus, Porsche Tie for Top Spot in 2017 JD Power Dependability Study

Chevy Cruze Shows Diesel Engines Aren’t Dead Yet

Partly because there’s more energy available from a gallon of diesel fuel than from the same amount of conventional gasoline, there is a clear efficiency benefit for diesel-powered vehicles. When it comes to keeping the air clear, however, diesel engines have had their issues: It turns out that even some of the so-called “clean” diesels … Continue reading Chevy Cruze Shows Diesel Engines Aren’t Dead Yet

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