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Tesla Model 3 Electric Vehicle Pushed Back to 2018  Jun 22nd, 2015 
It appears that Tesla’s much-anticipated Model 3—the brand’s popularly priced model that is supposed to combine a 200-mile range with a $35,000 starting price (after tax credits)—will be much-anticipated a little longer. Following in the torpid footsteps of the oft-delayed Model X crossover, the market debut of the Model 3 has slipped from 2017 to […] 
 
 
A Millennial Attempts to Translate Chevy’s All-Emoji Press Release for the 2016 Cruze  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Chevrolet, a large and well-respected automotive brand founded in 1911, took the opportunity today to publish a press release written entirely in emoji, the inscrutable digital hieroglyphs central to preteen electronic communications. Here’s what we think it means. “Words alone can’t describe the new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze,” the automaker states in conventional, written English, before launching into a […] 
 
 
Less Is Definitely More with this Plymouth Road Runner  Jun 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Volkswagen Tiguan R-Line FWD – Instrumented Test  Jun 22nd, 2015 
 
 
 
Car and Driver Tested: The 10 Quickest Cars of the 1970s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Speed is relative, and in the 1970s anything breaking the six-second barrier in the 0-to-60-mph run was considered very quick. Here are the 10 quickest cars we tested during The Me Decade.  
 
 
Car and Driver Tested: The 10 Quickest Cars of the 1950s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Life moved at a slower pace in the 1950s, but the cars were quicker than you might think. Here are the 10 Quickest Cars of the 1950s as tested by Sports Cars Illustrated/Car and Driver. 
 
 
Less Is Definitely More with this Plymouth Road Runner  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Everyone knows that certain cars are just better with no options. The first-generation Plymouth Road Runner, like this 1969 model for sale on Hemmings, is one of those cars. Back in the late ’60s, Chrysler designed the Road Runner to be cheap, simple, and most of all fast. The roughly $3000 base model was propelled […] 
 
 
Car and Driver Tested: The 12 Quickest Cars of the 1990s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Cars got so fast in the 1990s that they made the cars of the ’80s look like the cars from the ’50s. Here are the 12 quickest we tested. 
 
 
2015 Volkswagen Tiguan Tested: One Pricey Mashup  Jun 22nd, 2015 
As we write these words, Volkswagen is readying the next-generation Tiguan, aiming to add a third row of seats while moving production to Mexico to pare costs. The Tiguan needs a lower price and more room to be competitive in the cutthroat class of compact crossovers. There were fewer players in this segment when the […] 
 
 
Car and Driver Tested: The 13 Quickest Cars of the 1980s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
We run down the 13 quickest cars of the 1980s—Porsches, Oldsmobiles, and Vettes, oh my.  
 
 
Car and Driver Tested: The 12 Quickest Cars of the 1960s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Peace, love, and high performance: These are the 12 quickest cars of the 1960s. 
 
 
2016 Chevy Cruze Will Also Be Available as a Hatchback in U.S.  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Chevrolet has already told us that the redesigned, 2016 Cruze will be larger and lighter than the outgoing model. And that it—along with lots of other 2016 Chevrolets—will offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. And we’ve published completely undisguised spy pictures of Chevy’s new compact sedan, so we know what it will look like. Now comes […] 
 
 
2016 Ram 3500 Lets You Tow an Even Bigger House  Jun 22nd, 2015 
Need to tow a mobile home? Hell, need to tow a home that’s not mobile (yet)? Here’s your rig. For 2016, the Ram 3500 is rated to tow a monstrous 31,210 pounds, 1210 pounds more than the 2015 Ram 3500 and a mere 10 pounds more than Ford’s F-450 pickup, the tow rating of which […] 
 
 
The Us Decade: The Car and Driver Covers of the 1970s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
In the 1970s, driving increasingly meant fuel shortages, rising insurance rates, and output-choking emission systems that conspired to take the enjoyment out of motoring. We charged forward unbowed, digging deep to find exciting cars and new ways to wring performance from dull ones. 
 
 
Formula C/D: The Car and Driver Covers of the 1990s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
The official design book for the 1990s calls for splashes of neon pink, the color teal, and weird fonts. Somehow, we managed to (mostly) fend off the urge to succumb to such fads, employing a cover design that didn't change much over the decade. That’s not to say we were boring. 
 
 
Like, Totally Rad: The Car and Driver Covers of the 1980s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
It took a lot to get noticed in the overstimulated environment of the ’80s, and we responded accordingly with our cover designs. 
 
 
Going Millennial: The Car and Driver Covers of the 2000s and 2010s  Jun 22nd, 2015 
In terms of cover design, the first 15 years of the 21st century have seen us experiment more than at any other time in our history. 
 
 
2016 BMW X3 and X4 Priced from Just Under $40K  Jun 22nd, 2015 
BMW‘s compact SUVs tread very lightly off pavement, and so did the company tread lightly when it priced the 2016 X3 and X4. The increase over 2015 could buy a bottle of Dom Perignon ’03, the same year the original X3 debuted. Coincidence? We think not. In four-cylinder trim, the 2016 X3 raises its price […] 
 
 
Getting Groovy and into the Groove: The Car and Driver Covers of the 1960s  Jun 19th, 2015 
Take a trip through the groovy 1960s as we transitioned from Sports Cars Illustrated to Car and Driver. 
 
 
2016 Cadillac ATS-V Sedan Tested: Design Compromises a Superb Chassis  Jun 19th, 2015 
The chassis guys at Cadillac need to sit down with the designers. An intervention is in order. Maybe we can help. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
2016 Cadillac ATS-V Sedan – Instrumented Test  Jun 19th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 BMW M3 and M4 Priced: Costs a Bit More, Comes with a Bit More  Jun 19th, 2015 
Although the U.S. inflation rate is stalled at zero for the first time in seven years, Munich isn’t in the mood for flat profits. So BMW North America has raised prices on all its 2016 models, and for the 2016 M3 and M4, the increases are about two percent over the 2015 cars—but there’s a […] 
 
 
2016 GMC Acadia: Still a Saturn Outlook in Professional-Grade Drag, Now with 4G LTE  Jun 19th, 2015 
GMC’s Acadia, long a popular option in the three-row crossover segment, has inherited the same 4G LTE data connection spreading through General Motors’ portfolio for 2016. That means every Acadia comes equipped with GM’s OnStar telematics hookup—the 4G LTE connection is embedded with OnStar—as well as Wi-Fi hotspot capability, joining fellow GM Lambda-chassis products such as the Buick […] 
 
 
2016 GMC Acadia: Still a Saturn Outlook in Professional-Grade Drag, Now with 4G LTE  Jun 19th, 2015 
 
 
 
BMW May Add M Performance Version of New 7-series  Jun 19th, 2015 
BMW is launching its new 7-series with a reduced engine portfolio, but more powerful engines are in the wings, according to company sources. At launch, the U.S. market will only get a turbocharged 320-hp, 3.0-liter straight-six, and a 445-hp, twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8. In addition to these choices, Europe gets a 2.0-liter-four coupled with an electric […] 
 
 
2015 BMW 435i Gran Coupe Test: If Looks Could Thrill  Jun 19th, 2015 
Those who know they want a mid-size BMW still have many decisions to make. BMW’s 3- and 4-series family now contains 25 permutations spawned from six body styles, five engine choices, and two driveline configurations. Among such sprawling variety, this BMW 435i Gran Coupe stands out as one of our favorites. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
Audi Q6 Electric Vehicle to Also Offer Plug-In and Fuel-Cell Powertrains  Jun 19th, 2015 
We’ve learned that Audi’s fully electric, “Model X fighting” Q6 crossover, which is confirmed to arrive in roughly three years, will be just the first version, and it will be joined by other iterations with plug-in hybrid and hydrogen-fuel-cell powertrains. These will come to market after the initial model. A first glimpse of Audi’s fully electric “Sports Activity […] 
 
 
When We Were Young: The Car and Driver/Sports Cars Illustrated Covers of the 1950s  Jun 19th, 2015 
See all of our covers from the 1950s—when we were known as Sports Cars Illustrated—as we reported on the postwar racing and sports-car scene. 
 
 
2015 BMW 435i Gran Coupe – Instrumented Test  Jun 19th, 2015 
 
 
 
Nürburgring Bans Future Lap-Record Attempts, 918 Remains Production-Car King  Jun 19th, 2015 
Some records, it seems, are not made to be broken. News from Germany that the owners of the Nürburgring have effectively banned timed runs over the 12.9-mile long Nordschleife means that the current production-car record of 6 minutes and 57 seconds, set by the Porsche 918 in 2013, could well stand forever. Speed limits were […] 
 
 
You, Too, Could Be a Top Gear Presenter!  Jun 19th, 2015 
As you may have heard, Top Gear (you remember that show, right?), has hired a new presenter to replace that angry man who punches people in the face. And now it needs you. Literally, you. Indeed, the British car show generating more headlines than any other off-air British car show out there needs two more […] 
 
 
2016 BMW 2-series Convertible Adds xDrive to M235i, Ups Prices Across the Board  Jun 19th, 2015 
While not quite the yuppie-mobile that a ragtop E30 3-series was back in the late ’80s, the modern BMW 2-series Convertible is still a fashionable way to make its driver look good. Such vanity costs two percent more for the 2016 model, although BMW throws in more standard equipment. At the top of the lineup, […] 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² to Stomp into Series Production  Jun 19th, 2015 
 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² to Stomp into Series Production  Jun 19th, 2015 
The hints were audible, now it is confirmed: The Mercedes-Benz G500 4×4² will be added to the regular lineup of G-Wagens. We drove the off-roader earlier this year; fitted with portal axles, it proved itself to be unstoppable even on the roughest terrain. Powered by a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 that is rated at 416 horsepower, […] 
 
 
You Missed Your Chance: The Final Porsche 918 Spyder Has Been Produced  Jun 19th, 2015 
You snooze, you lose. The last Porsche 918 Spyder has been built; that’s it above, getting a final rubdown. The planned 918-unit production run is completed, and the company claims that all are spoken for, with about 300 ending up in the United States. You can watch the assembly process here, and here are 15 things we […] 
 
 
2015 Lincoln MKC 2.0T FWD – Instrumented Test  Jun 18th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Lincoln MKX Has Lower Base Price than Before  Jun 18th, 2015 
 
 
 
For Sale in Italy: A One-Off Ferrari to End All Ferraris  Jun 18th, 2015 
 
 
 
For Sale in Italy: A One-Off Ferrari to End All Ferraris  Jun 18th, 2015 
If you’re a car collector who has become jaded at the notion of a Ferrari, we just may have the antidote for you. This $1.7 million Ferrari Testa D’Oro Colani is a Ferrari unlike any other. It’s the perfect prancing horse for those seeking something truly—and wildly—unique. The outlandish creation was conceptualized by Luigi Colani, […] 
 
 
Bentley Lead Designer Beats Feet for Hyundai/Kia, Will Succeed Peter Schreyer  Jun 18th, 2015 
When Bentley chief designer Luc Donckerwolke left the company at the end of May, the rumor mill started spinning immediately. Many observers believed that the former VW Group star designer would surface at electronics company Apple as part of its rumored Project Titan automobile project. Others speculated that he would join an Asian carmaker. The latter […] 
 
 
2016 Lincoln MKX Has Lower Base Price than Before  Jun 18th, 2015 
Looking to build off of the smaller MKC’s success, Lincoln redesigned its MKX crossover for 2016 and is hoping to hit a bullseye in the mid-size luxury SUV space. We’ve said that if the Ford Edge–based MKX turns out as well as the MKC, Lincoln has some hope in this world, and while we have […] 
 
 
As Range Rover Turns 45, Queen Elizabeth, Who Is Considerably Older, Gets A New One  Jun 18th, 2015 
Since Queen Elizabeth II took the throne in 1953, Her Majesty has surrounded herself with Corgis and Land Rovers. She has likely owned as many Rovers as dogs—the unofficial count hovers around 30—so it’s as expected that the queen just traded in her 2002 Range Rover roadster for a 2015 long-wheelbase Range Rover landaulet. The […] 
 
 
Ready to Plug In: 2016 BMW X5 xDrive40e Plug-In Hybrid Priced  Jun 18th, 2015 
BMW has stated that is will offer a plug-in hybrid in each of its major model lines, and the first out of the gate is the X5 xDrive40e. The plug-in SUV arrives this fall as a 2016 model, priced at $63,095 with standard all-wheel drive. As expected, that’s more expensive that the standard, six-cylinder X5 […] 
 
 
2015 Lincoln MKC 2.0 EcoBoost FWD Test: A Competent Pod for the Luxury-Crossover Crowd  Jun 18th, 2015 
As the first “all-new” product to debut from the rechristened Lincoln Motor Company, the MKC has had a lot of eyes on it. Even though Lincoln’s compact crossover shares a great deal of its underlying mechanicals with the Ford Escape, that’s no bad place to start. Apparently, U.S. buyers agree and have so far made […] 
 
 
N.J. Dealerships to Pay $135,000 Settlement  Jun 18th, 2015 
The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has reached a $135,000 settlement with Bergen Auto Enterprises, which does business as Wayne Mazda and Wayne Auto Mall Hyundai. The dealerships were accused of engaging in deceptive business and advertising practices. 
 
 
BB&T Switching to Flat Fee Compensation Model  Jun 18th, 2015 
BB&T Bank’s dealer finance arm announced today that it is switching to a flat fee compensation model that eliminates dealer markups on retail installment sales contracts, effective July 1. 
 
 
Eyewitness Surveillance Launches Line of Dealership-Specific Tools  Jun 18th, 2015 
Eyewitness Surveillance announced the launch of a beta program for three products designed specifically for dealerships. 
 
 
NHTSA Finally Knows Every VIN Involved in Massive Takata Airbag Recall, Go Check Yours  Jun 18th, 2015 
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration finally knows the full scope of the massive Takata airbag recall that’s been ongoing for months: The Detroit News reports that the 11 automakers involved have identified every VIN covered by the recall. Go check yours now using the government agency’s VIN search tool. “An informed consumer is one of our […] 
 
 
Singer Bringing Its First 911 Targa Build to 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed  Jun 18th, 2015 
Singer, builder of fine custom Porsche 911–based creations, has announced that its latest work of art is going to really Targa at our heartstrings. That’s because, well, it’s a 911 Targa, albeit one based on a later 964 air-cooled 911 and “backdated” to appear older. Like many Singer 911s, the old outside, new inside build […] 
 
 
Thar She Blows! It’s the Bentley Flying Spur Beluga Special Edition  Jun 18th, 2015 
It’s a whale in the seas, a whale in the skies, and now the Beluga is a whale on the road. Or at least, it’s a very big four-door Bentley. The Beluga Specification is a special edition of the Flying Spur sedan and it arrives this fall. Despite the implications of its name, the Beluga model […] 
 
 
Penske Appoints New CFO  Jun 18th, 2015 
Penske Automotive has announced that J.D. Carlson, the company's senior vice president and corporate controller, has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer, effective immediately. 
 
 
2015 200S and 200C Recognized for New Interior Options  Jun 18th, 2015 
Ambassador Blue and Mocha leathers are now available. 
 
 
Updated Features for 2015 Harley-Davidson Police Motorcycles  Jun 18th, 2015 
The new models offer better control, enhanced visibility and more power. 
 
 
2016 Chevy Volt: The Next Generation of Hybrid Electric Cars?  Jun 18th, 2015 
The new Chevy Volt is better in every way. 
 
 
2015 Audi RS5 Quattro Review: We Check in with Audi’s Super Coupe  Jun 17th, 2015 
Overview: The Audi RS5 is what happens when you give the gang at Quattro GmbH, Audi’s in-house performance division, a long leash and an open checkbook. While it shares its basic silhouette with the comparatively pedestrian A5/S5 coupe, the RS5 is an entirely different beast. At its core is a 450-hp 4.2-liter naturally aspirated V-8 […] 
 
 
2015 Audi RS5 – Quick-Take Review  Jun 17th, 2015 
 
 
 
This King of Classic Ford Muscle Cars Looks to Fetch Nearly Half-a-Million Dollars  Jun 17th, 2015 
 
 
 
The Power of Screams: All-New Honda Civic Type R Driven!  Jun 17th, 2015 
Sadly, the Car and Driver time machine was irreparably damaged recently in an attempt to go back to 1982 and uninvent the Cadillac Cimarron. But let’s imagine for a moment it’s still working, and that we can use it to send this brand-new Honda Civic Type R 10 years into the past. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
Jaguar Wants Cars That Can Read Your Brainwaves  Jun 17th, 2015 
Jaguar Land Rover’s been on a high-tech tear lately, coming up with projects and concepts that showcase the potential capabilities of the vehicles of the near future. And the automaker’s latest sounds like cinematic sci-fi: Jaguar Mind Sense, a car that monitors the driver’s brain waves to detect distraction, and features dashboard buttons that you can […] 
 
 
2015 Honda Civic Type R – First Drive Review  Jun 17th, 2015 
 
 
 
2016 Audi A7 3.0T Quattro Tested: Don’t Worry, It’s Still Hot  Jun 17th, 2015 
As you’d expect at its price point and available specifications, the Audi A7 delivers generous helpings of comfort and performance, making it automotive self-indulgence of a pretty high order. READ MORE ›› 
 
 
2016 Audi A7 3.0T Quattro – Instrumented Test  Jun 17th, 2015 
 
 
 
This King of Classic Ford Muscle Cars Looks to Fetch Nearly Half-a-Million Dollars  Jun 17th, 2015 
Even the most astute muscle-car heads may know little to nothing about this 1970 Ford Torino King Cobra, which is currently listed on eBay with a buy-it-now price of $459,900. That’s because this is a one-of-two (or three) prototypes built by Ford Racing for competition in NASCAR. At that time, NASCAR required homologation; if a […] 
 
 
N.Y. Dealers Targeted for Payment Packing and Other Deceptive Practices  Jun 17th, 2015 
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, which announced today a $14 million settlement with three Paragon dealerships, says he intends to file suit against 11 additional dealerships for the unlawful sale of credit repair and identity theft-prevention products. 
 
 
CFPB Sues Auto Lender for Aggressive Debt Collection Tactics  Jun 17th, 2015 
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has sued auto loan company Security National Automotive Acceptance Company for aggressive and misleading debt collection tactics against military service members. 
 
 
Motor Trend Certifies Georgia Dealer  Jun 17th, 2015 
Town & Country Ford has become the exclusive Motor Trend Certified Dealer in Evansville, Ind. 
 
 
CFPB to Oversee Nonbank Auto Finance Companies  Jun 17th, 2015 
The CFPB finalized last week its proposal to oversee nonbank auto finance companies. The finalized rule, which left out recommendations submitted by an auto finance trade group, will take effect 60 days after publication in the Federal Register. 
 
 
RoadVantage Launches Bundled F&I Product Program  Jun 17th, 2015 
RoadVantage is offering bundled F&I product packages for both retail or lease customers on a single form as part of its Total Solution program. 
 
 
IAS Names New Regional Sales Manager  Jun 17th, 2015 
Sean Dawson, who formerly worked with dealers in roles at PermaPlate and TD Auto Finance, has been selected as a regional sales manager for IAS. 
 
 
Cox Automotive to Buy Dealertrack for $4 Billion  Jun 17th, 2015 
The software giants are currently forming an integration team to determine how the combined companies will be organized once the deal closes in the third quarter. A company official said Cox had identified Dealertrack as an acquisition target last year. 
 
 
2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC Unveiled, Adopts Some of that C-class Style  Jun 17th, 2015 
Mercedes-Benz’s recently adopted renaming strategy aligns each of its crossovers and SUVs more closely with the brand’s sedan models in terms of marketing, although some are more closely related mechanically than others. The CLA- and GLA-classes, for example, are very similar, while the GLE- and E-class models are rather more different. The relationship between this […] 
 
 
Video: The Insane Koenigsegg One:1 Makes a Record-Smashing 0–300km/h–0 Run  Jun 17th, 2015 
Koenigsegg’s One:1 hypercar is just downright ludicrous. Named for its power-to-weight ratio—1340 horsepower moving an equal number of kilograms, just under 3000 pounds—this thing was built to blow minds. We’ve seen a good handful of videos of the One:1 in action, blasting 220 mph at a supercar airstrip meetup, thundering around Suzuka Circuit, and even racing […] 
 
 
2016 Mercedes-Benz GLC-class – Official Photos and Info  Jun 17th, 2015 
 
 
 
Toyota’s Kid Car Is Too Cool for Grade School  Jun 17th, 2015 
This burly little thing is the Toyota Camatte Hajime. It’s built for children, and it’s basically the fully functional car you wished for as a kid when you realized how slow your Power Wheels was. At the Tokyo Toy Show, Toyota showed it off as part of a really nifty virtual car system that makes […] 
 
 
A Preview into the New 2017 Nissan Leaf  Jun 17th, 2015 
New style, more range. 
 
 
Chrysler Potentially Halting New Orders for Hellcat Challenger  Jun 17th, 2015 
Dealers set to receive only one vehicle per month. 
 
 
Toyota Adds 1.37 Million Cars, Trucks, and SUVs to Takata Airbag Recall  Jun 16th, 2015 
Toyota is adding 1.37 million vehicles to the Takata airbag recalls after reports from the Japanese airbag supplier showed the Corolla as one of the highest at-risk vehicles for shrapnel-shooting inflators. Faulty passenger airbags were installed in more specific vehicles than Toyota had previously known, according to the company. The cars in this latest roundup, other […] 
 
 
Here’s How Many 2016 Volvo S60, V60 Polestars Are Coming to America (Spoiler: Not Many)  Jun 16th, 2015 
Volvo had no problems selling out the 750-unit global run of high-performance S60 and V60 Polestar models it produced for 2015, and the company recently confirmed it is offering up a second, equally sized batch of the tuned sedans and wagons for 2016. At that point, though, Volvo hadn’t yet worked out how many of those 750 2016 S60 and V60 […] 
 
 
Ford Mustang GT Shelby Super Snake Announced with 750+ hp  Jun 16th, 2015 
Carroll Shelby may have decamped to that big racetrack/chili cookoff in the sky, but the company he left behind continues his good work modifying Ford Mustangs. The latest example is the just-announced 2015 Shelby Super Snake, which promises as much as “750-plus” horsepower. Last offered in 2011, when it was based on the GT500, the […] 
 
 
Box Stock: Classic First-Gen Ford Bronco on eBay  Jun 16th, 2015 
 
 
 
Rendered: The Mazda MX-5 Miata Power-Retractable Hardtop  Jun 16th, 2015 
You could call the previous-generation Mazda MX-5 Miata’s power-folding hardtop option antithetical to the roadster’s lightweight, low-complexity mission, but there’s no denying it sold well. Give the people a self-folding method for keeping out the elements that isn’t simply a piece of cloth or vinyl, and they will come. Only this time around, nothing but […] 
 
 
2015 Scion tC Review: Training Wheels for Driver Enjoyment  Jun 16th, 2015 
Overview: Now that the rear-drive FR-S has had its brief moment, the tC coupe resumes the role of bestselling Scion, a position it has occupied for most of the brand’s 11-model-year life. An affordable two-door hatchback coupe sits squarely on-target for this youth-oriented brand that Toyota still refers to as its “test laboratory division.” (Its […] 
 
 
2015 Scion tC – Quick-Take Review  Jun 16th, 2015 
 
 
 
And the New Host of Top Gear Is: Chris Evans  Jun 16th, 2015 
The era of uncertainty is over: The BBC has just announced that Chris Evans will head up an all-new group of Top Gear hosts. Evans, a hugely famous British TV and radio host, is the first confirmed replacement for the departed Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May. Evans has signed a three-year deal as […] 
 
 
2015 Mazda CX-9 Review: A Family-Hauling Favorite  Jun 16th, 2015 
Overview: Introduced in 2007, updated in 2010 and again for 2013, the Mazda CX-9 remains one of the few three-row crossovers we actually find fun to drive. Even Mazda calls the CX-9 “the elder statesman” of its lineup, and it shows its age enough that its replacement is expected to appear at the Los Angeles […] 
 
 
2015 Mazda CX-9 – Quick-Take Review  Jun 16th, 2015 
 
 
 
Rendered: The Mazda MX-5 Miata Power-Retractable Hardtop  Jun 16th, 2015 
 
 
 
Box Stock: Classic First-Gen Ford Bronco on eBay  Jun 16th, 2015 
Some of the most coveted finds for classic-car collectors are vehicles in nearly original condition that have never received a major restoration. This 1970 Ford Bronco is a perfect example of one of those cars and is for sale on eBay right now. Originally offered in 1966, the Bronco was designed to compete with the […] 
 
 
2015 Chrysler 300 V-6 AWD – Instrumented Test  Jun 16th, 2015 
 
 
 
2015 Chrysler 300 Limited AWD Test: Chairman of the Board  Jun 16th, 2015 
As base cars go, the 2015 Chrysler 300 Limited doesn’t make you feel like you settled for the cheap seats, as even the least-expensive 300 oozes curb appeal. Out on the town? Chances are good the valet will park the 300 (especially one dressed in dark gray or black) near the front with stuff imported […] 
 
 
Cox Automotive to Buy Dealertrack for $4 Billion  Jun 16th, 2015 
The software giants are currently forming an integration team to determine how the combined companies will be organized once the deal closes in the third quarter. A company official said Cox had identified Dealertrack as an acquisition target last year. 
 
 
IAS Names New Regional Sales Manager  Jun 16th, 2015 
Sean Dawson, who formerly worked with dealers in roles at PermaPlate and TD Auto Finance, has been selected as a regional sales manager for IAS. 
 
 
Sigma Payment Solutions Partners With KISS Concepts Group  Jun 16th, 2015 
KISS Concepts Group’s business development managers will act as the outside sales force for Sigma Payment Solutions’ entire suite of products and services, which includes its pay-by-text and pay-by-phone solutions, automated payment kiosks and online customer payment portal. 
 
 
Motor Trend Certifies Georgia Dealer  Jun 16th, 2015 
Town & Country Ford has become the exclusive Motor Trend Certified Dealer in Evansville, Ind. 
 
 
Service Group Tabs Dupaquier as Director of Training Center  Jun 16th, 2015 
F&I trainer Tony Dupaquier was named director of Service Group's national training center. He will teach classes and develop the school's curriculum and marketing outreach. 
 
 
2016 Jaguar XJ: Faster Computers Tech Up the Refreshed Flagship Sedan  Jun 16th, 2015 
For 2016, the Jaguar XJ gets its first thorough makeover since 2010. And you’ll have to squint extra hard to spot the changes. Or, if we’re being honest, any XJ on the road at all. That the current XJ doesn’t appear in any way outdated after six model years is testament to two things: Ian Callum deserves […] 
 
 
Mercedes-Benz SLK250 Becomes the SLK300 (With a New Turbo Four!) for 2016  Jun 16th, 2015 
Lo! News from an oft-overlooked corner of Mercedes-Benz’s droptop lineup: For 2016, the SLK-class roadster drops its manual-transmission option—it was the only U.S.-spec Benz available with a stick—and swaps its standard turbocharged four-cylinder engine for a new (more powerful) turbo four. A new automatic transmission and a name change from SLK250 to SLK300 also accompany the changes. It’s […] 
 
 
A Smartphone Drives This Range Rover Via Remote Control  Jun 16th, 2015 
Jaguar Land Rover is showing off a prototype Range Rover Sport that can be remote-controlled via smartphone. Your James Bond fantasies are one step closer to reality. The experimental prototype Remote Control Range Rover Sport does exactly what the name implies: Via a smartphone app, the driver can pilot the vehicle from a short distance […] 
 
 
Honda Adds 1.39 Million Inflators to Takata Airbag Recall  Jun 16th, 2015 
Honda is adding 1.39 million more airbag inflators as part of the ever-expanding Takata airbag recall. The company said the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, after reviewing Takata’s revised estimate of 34 million defective inflators, told Honda to increase its earlier May recall expansion of 350,000 cars. The new recall is for passenger-side airbags on 2003–2007 […] 
 
 
2016 Jaguar XJ: Faster Computers Tech Up the Refreshed Flagship Sedan  Jun 16th, 2015 
 
 
 
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