Posts Tagged “doesn’t”

2017 Volkswagen Beetle is Safe, Fun, and Doesn’t Cost Much

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2017 Volkswagen Beetle is Safe, Fun, and Doesn’t Cost Much

The 2017 VW Beetle combines everyday driving pleasure with a versatile build and high safety marks. It’s both fun and cheap to buy, making it a good contender in the “retro coupe” market it competes within. Read the review at FutureCars.com.

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Review: 2016 Subaru Outback doesn’t disappoint

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Review: 2016 Subaru Outback doesn’t disappoint

Subaru has made its name with all-wheel drive wagons, and the Outback is its flagship. Carrying forward the very accomplished redesign of the Outback for the 2015 model year, the latest model includes some excellent updates, especially on the technology front. Read more at Gizmag.com.

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2016 Scion iA Review: Value doesn’t mean boring or cheap

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2016 Scion iA Review: Value doesn’t mean boring or cheap

The 2016 Scion iA is an entry-level sedan newly-minted in the Scion lineup, and so packed with goodness that you’ll never know it’s a compact. This car tosses the old “compacts are cheap and boring” cliche out its window and speeds off without looking back. Read more at Gizmag.com.

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American-made doesn’t mean it’s from Detroit

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American-made doesn’t mean it’s from Detroit

The annual Cars.com study showing how ‘Made in America’ vehicles are finds, as it often has, that few are from the American brands in Detroit. Read more at Torque News.

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Ford doesn’t want you to think green, think blue instead – Torque News

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Ford doesn’t want you to think green, think blue instead – Torque News

Ford issued it’s second annual trend report, titled Looking Further with Ford 2014, after a short conference with leading thinkers in consumer trends. The report shows how Ford has gone beyond thinking green and into the blue. Torque News was there; here’s our take on it. Read more at TorqueNews.com

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How CAFE (doesn’t) really work

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How CAFE (doesn’t) really work

Historically, the Corporate Average Fuel Economy regulations have had many negative consequences, many of which even supporters of green transportation and environmental issues will find appalling. Pinboard (MacAaron)

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