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  1. Jeep going bigger with new Grand Wagoneer, smaller with sub-Renegade?

    Chrysler Group Discussion
    Jeep going bigger with new Grand Wagoneer, smaller with sub-Renegade? The headlines are still rolling in for the new Renegade that Jeep unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show last week, but already reports are surfacing, citing sources within the company, about what Chrysler's iconic off-road brand...
  2. Mercedes-Benz Won't Build an SUV Smaller Than The GLA

    European Competition
    Mercedes-Benz Won't Build an SUV Smaller Than The GLA With the three-pointed star already owning 25 percent of the entire SUV market and wanting to increase that to approximately 40 percent by 2020, upcoming all-new Mercedes-Benz crossover/SUV models will play a big part of that strategy...
  3. Next BMW X1 moving to smaller, lighter FWD-biased platform

    Competition News
    Next BMW X1 moving to smaller, lighter FWD-biased platform BMW's decision to make the upcoming 2-Series Active Tourer front-wheel drive has been polarizing to say the least, but like it or not, that is the direction the company will go in the near future – one rumor put the number as high as...
  4. Ford targeting smaller, more inexpensive vehicles

    Ford Brand News - Global
    Ford targeting smaller, more inexpensive vehicles Detroitnews.com Ford Motor Co. is eying a future that includes smaller and less expensive vehicles to increase personal mobility and reach a greater number of consumers. Ford’s CEO Alan Mulally, in a roundtable interview at the North American...
  5. Old, Smaller Ford Cargo Receives Facelift in South America

    Ford Brand News - Global
    Autos Segredos
  6. 2015 Mustang Engine Bay Shots Show Smaller dimensions

    Mustang Discussion
    Here, you go. The 5.0 looks really crammed in the new bay. Though it wears the same outer skin, you can see the new body metal under it. Also, more shots of the IRS. Mustang 66
  7. 2013 Honda Accord Revealed With Smaller Size, More Room

    Competition News
    Jason Siu Aug 08, 7:00 AM AutoGuide Calling it “the most sculpted Accord” ever, Honda has revealed the first official images of its 9th generation mid-size sedan. In a way it carries over the traditional Accord styling we have seen over the decades, but at the same time, ushers in a modern era...
  8. Volkswagen SC Planned as Smaller CC

    Competition News
    Volkswagen SC Planned as Smaller CC By: Jason Siu 16/03/2012 AutoGuide German automaker Volkswagen has given the green light to develop a second four-door coupe to join its popular CC model in its lineup. It’s currently known as the SC (sport coupe) internally, but the nameplate is expected to...
  9. F-150 & + = no car smaller than the Fusion? POLL

    Ford Truck Discussion
    a different way of looking at it? Is offering only the F-series in the U.S. equivalent to selling no car smaller than the Fusion? Since the Fusion-midsize is the largest-selling car segment like the F-150 is the largest-selling truck segment; is offering only the F-series in the U.S. equivalent...
  10. Ford-EU % Up: Larger slice of a smaller 'pie'

    Ford Motor Company Discussion
    NEW FIESTA POWERS FORD OF EUROPE TO HIGHEST JANUARY MARKET SHARE SINCE 2004 Ford of Europe January market share increased 0.5 percentage points to 9.3 percent -- the highest January share since 2004 Ford one of only three manufacturers to see market share gains in Euro 19 markets New Fiesta...
  11. Horbury Says Next Mustang to Look Smaller

    Ford Car Discussion
    Ford will make next Mustang look smaller Rick Kranz Automotive News | June 2, 2008 - 12:01 am EST NEW YORK — In an environment in which a big car might be viewed as a gasoline hog, Ford Motor Co.'s intention to make the next-generation Ford Mustang look smaller may be politically...
  12. Ford eyes smaller F-150 cousin

    Ford SUV/Crossover Discussion
    I think Ford needs this truck badly. The Tacoma is just eating their lunch man.
  13. Autonews: GM Cars To Get Smaller Engines/ Turbos

    General Motors Discussion
    Sound familiar?..... GM cars to get smaller engines with turbos Rick Kranz Automotive News | January 28, 2008 - 12:01 am EST DETROIT — Never mind fuel cells, plug-ins or diesels. To achieve quick improvements in fuel economy, General Motors is adopting an off-the-shelf technology...
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