Posted On 05 Jan 2013 By Lupica G.. Under: Chevrolet, Nissan.
Nissan might not want to throw in the towel with the Leaf EV, but their ambitions have been definitely thwarted. Meanwhile the Volt is on a roll. Chevrolet's much hated, politically bashed and often criticized electric effort with a range extender managed to sell more than the Leaf. Nissan Leaf Make that sell much, much more than the Leaf managed, and even ... Read More
Own a Jaguar XF? Is it a 2010-2012 modelyear? We may have some pretty bad news for you, or great news, depending on what problems you've had with. After an investigation into this model, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration tells us that a few of these cars have a manufacturing defect. 2012 Jaguar XF Thanks to some "cock up" back at ... Read More
Chevrolet's Captiva may have been out for a while but it's still a relatively new car, most of them haven't even been broken into. A few however have been put through some serious miles and they are now even getting a recall like all the big boys we hear about every now and then. 2012 Chevrolet Captiva Sport It's a small number ... Read More
For all the recent updates the Jeep Wrangler has been getting it's still an aging motor that can go mostly only go off-road. It also gets most of its sales based on the fact that it's cool, which is why Jeep keep coming up with new limited edition models. Jeep Wrangler Freedom Edition The newest one plays a little on the nationalist ... Read More
The Germans Spanish at Seat have officially unveiled their new Toledo compact sedan. It may seem like an awful mistake to call the Spanish Germans but I reckon it's fair when we all know that the new Toledo is just all Volkswagen. A generation or two ago when we knew that everything underneath was from Volkswagen and that the engines came from ... Read More
The Seat owners community managed to get a hold of some very interesting pictures. They're allegedly the first ever official photos of the 2012 Toledo. The Toledo is a compact sedan with quite a bit of tradition for the Spanish car maker but this time round it's becoming more and more of a VW. That can be both a good and a ... Read More
The recent issues of the automotive industry, the fallbacks in most segments, the removal of incentives from most countries and so on have produced less than impressive sales results worldwide. Just about every manufacturer can claim that 2012 is a disappointing year so far, even some of the giants of the sales ranks otherwise. One of the companies that really can't complain ... Read More
Here's a twist for those who know the ways of the electric car launch, Tesla is going to start delivering the Model S earlier than expected. We haven't really kept track of the original schedule or the delays they've been involved with, the Tesla Model S is expected to be unveiled incredibly soon. The vague original summer 2012 date is going out ... Read More
Regardless of the standards you use to verify this, the Chinese car market is an enormous one. Well, maybe some conditions don't really apply here. Though exclusive cars have sold here, performance ones aren't really the name of the game. There's even less of an emphasis on the hot hatch variety. This might be what side of the market Ford is trying ... Read More
Posted On 16 Feb 2012 By Lupica G.. Under: Auto Shows, Ferrari.
As the Geneva Motor Show draws ever closer to opening its doors, manufacturers have started unveiling or previewing some of the models they will be showcasing there. Ferrari is expected to draw attention with other ideas, so they've gotten the "less interesting" ones out of the way, they've previewed the 2012 California. The company's only GT car that's a coupe-Cabriolet gets a ... Read More