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Peugeot, France's Three-Headed Monster, Bases Recovery Plan On Delusion

Source: Auto Balla | Apr 15 2014, 10:32am CDT

Peugeot, France's Three-Headed Monster, Bases Recovery Plan On Delusion
Financially troubled Peugeot of France, Western Europe’s second-biggest car manufacturer in terms of sales, has based...
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European hot hatch icons in classic form

Oct 28 2014 7:09pm CDT | Source: Driving Canada

The first example of a European ‘Hot Hatch’ dates back to 1976 and the Volkswagen GTi which was a high-performance derivative of a front-wheel-drive, three-door hatchback Things really took off for this segment in the mid-’80s when the Austin/Rover Group, Peugeot and Renault offered a very limited run of production-built cars so that they could meet the regulations to build their highly modified Group B Rally cars The MG 6R4 (six-cylinder, Rally, four-wheel ...
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Where to Find Black Friday Car Deals
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Quick Spin: 2014 Citroen DS3 Cabrio Racing

Oct 28 2014 11:03am CDT | Source: Autoblog

Filed under: Convertible, Performance, Europe, Hatchback, Citroën, UK, Quick Spins When you think of hot hatches, one French automaker comes to mind... but it's not Citroën. Maybe it should be, though, because some of the industry's best hot hatches are honed on the rally stage, and nobody has dominated the modern World Rally Championship like Citroën has. With the legendary Sébastien Loeb behind the wheel, C ...
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A Third Of Cars Need Suspension Fixes Every Year

Oct 25 2014 11:15am CDT | Source: Car Articles

The Audi RS6 and Mercedes R-Class are more likely to suffer suspension damage than any other cars in the UK, according to a new study by Warranty Direct. Fiat’s six-seater Multipla and the Jaguar XK sports car are the next most vulnerable, with 29 and 28.5 percent of Warranty Direct customers claiming for damage to axle and suspension components on their cars annually. Deteriorating, potholed roads in winter and the prolif ...
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Some Forgotten Makes Feature In 2014 London To Brighton Run

Oct 24 2014 5:54am CDT | Source: Car Articles

Gladiator, Autocar, Argyll, Truchutet… these are just some of the largely forgotten makes of car to be found among the 439 entries in the 2014 Bonhams London to Brighton Veteran Car Run. But for every New Orleans or Cleveland there are representatives of makes that are still in production today. The 2014 edition of the world’s longest running motoring event features cars from Ford, Peugeot, Cadillac, Mercedes and Benz. Two other names that will be familiar to today’s motorists are Renault and ...
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Cyril Despres Spearheads Andorra 500 Classic Moto Road Rally

Oct 23 2014 5:16am CDT | Source: Ultimate Motorcycling

Andorra 500 Classic Moto Road Rally Andorra is a tiny principality covering only 181 square miles that sits land-locked on the border between France and Spain in the Pyrenees mountains. Its capital and largest city, Andorra la Vella, is home to fewer than 20,000 souls, and as of 2012, only about 85,000 people lived in the entire country. But its location blesses it with the splendor of rugged country and Mediterranean climate. On average, it gets 300 sunny day ...
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Lotus renames Russell Carr its head of design

Oct 22 2014 7:07am CDT | Source: Autoblog

Filed under: Hirings/Firings/Layoffs, Lotus, Design/Style There's been a changing of the guard at Lotus recently. The legendary British sports car manufacturer fired its controversial chief executive Dany Bahar and replaced him recently with Jean-Marc Gales. And now it's named a new chief designer. Or rather, renamed its old one to the post. That designer is the appropriately named Russell Carr, who had previously held the p ...
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Jeep First American Brand to Make Japan Car of The Year Top 10

Oct 17 2014 2:10pm CDT | Source: Truck Trend

Traditionally Insular Competition Opening to Foreign MakesToyota is one of the top-selling automotive brands in the U.S., yet foreign brands in Japan have historically had a miniscule market share, thanks to a combination of byzantine protectionist trade regulations, and a fiercely nationalistic preference among most Japanese car buyers. Jeep made history for 2014 by being the only American model to be in the Top ...
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For Europe's Car Makers, Stagnation Replaces Decline, As Geneva Show Beckons

Source: Auto Balla | Mar 2 2014, 4:46am CST

For Europe's Car Makers, Stagnation Replaces Decline, As Geneva Show Beckons
 GENEVA, Switzerland – Stagnation beats decline, so leaders of Europe’s auto industry gathering here this week for the...
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