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Automotive news of October 21
Porsche Sales Are So Strong It Doesn’t Need A Stock Market Listing
At least according to its current CEO.
Nissan Leaf Expected To Cost $5,500 More With 60-kWh Battery
Nearly 50 percent more range comes at a premium.
This Twin-Turbo Dodge Demon Has 1,400 HP And A Carbon Fiber Body
And it will debut at SEMA next month.
Right Now You Can Buy A 2019 Buick Encore With A 20 Percent Discount
Why the deep discount? Here’s why.
2019 Toyota Prius Adopts More Conventional Trim Levels
Say goodbye to the Prius One, Two, Three, and Four.
2019 Volvo S60 First Drive Review: Lustful Luxury And Dynamic Driving
Hold the 'made in Germany' sticker, sometimes Scandinavians just do it better.
Audi Takes A Billion-Dollar Hit In Dieselgate Penalty
That's about a fifth of its profits from last year.
54,000 Ford F-250 And F-350 Trucks Being Investigated For Faulty Tailgates
Is your truck one of them?
Lamborghini’s First Hybrid Supercar Could Have This Most Appropriate Name
Question now is, when will it debut?
Is This The Ford Mustang Hybrid Or Something Else Entirely?
Consider us intrigued. You should be too.
Weekly Craigslist Hidden Treasure: 1989 Mitsubishi Montero
Who needs satellite navigation? Paper maps have worked just fine for centuries.
2020 Audi e-tron GT Will Directly Inherit Some Porsche Taycan DNA
Corporate cousins but with different attitudes, but still all about power.
Buick Could Be Why The New Chevrolet Blazer Doesn’t Have Three-Rows
Does this mean a new Buick crossover is on its way?
These Are The Rarest BMW M5 Special Editions Ever Made
The E34 was a golden generation for special edition M5s.
This Guy's Incredible Car Collection Can Now Be Yours On Craigslist
Just buy this collection and get ready to rule Radwood.
Expect The 2020 Kia Soul And Soul EV To Debut In The City Of Angels
Not a fan of the current Soul? Kia hopes to that change.
Ford Shifts Marketing Focus To Keep Customers From Leaving
Some customers are upset over the decision to kill off sedans and hatchbacks.
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