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  1. Facelifted 2016 Mazda CX-5 Spills Onto The Web [New Photos]

    Competition News
    Facelifted 2016 Mazda CX-5 Spills Onto The Web [New Photos] Only a week after brochure pictures of the refreshed JDM 2016 Mazda6 leaked online, the same has happened to the 2016 CX-5 crossover. The scans depict the Japanese domestic market version of Mazda's CX-5, but we see no reason why...
  2. Honda CR-V facelift official photo surfaces the web

    Competition News
    Honda CR-V facelift official photo surfaces the web The facelifted SUV features a new front fascia with modified bumper and projector beam headlights with integrated LED elements. Moving on to the side, there are new mirrors with turn-signal indicators integrated and new two-tone alloy...
  3. First Official Shots of BMW's New 4-Series Gran Coupe Hit the Web

    European Competition
    First Official Shots of BMW's New 4-Series Gran Coupe Hit the Web A couple of allegedly official photos of the upcoming BMW 4-Series Gran Coupe, which we hear will likely break cover at the Geneva Motor Show in the beginning of March, have surfaced online. The photos, which appeared over at...
  4. 2012 Honda CR-V Concept: First Official Photo Leaked Onto the Web

    Competition News
    2012 Honda CR-V Concept: First Official Photo Leaked Onto the Web JULY 25, 2011 Carscoop Circulating around the internet today is an official photograph of the 2012 Honda CR-V Concept that previews the production model that is scheduled to follow by the end of the year. In June, Honda had...
  5. Lincoln 2013my/2012cy, rumors & web experts

    Lincoln Discussion
    just one to start with... MKZ • platform: euCD4-merger - wingsnut @ FiN • new engine: 3.5EB • performance: 0-60mph under 5 seconds, skidpad over .90 g's - wescoent @ GMI, 1/4 mile well under 14.5 BlueII @ BON • styling: Jaguar XF** - BlueII & jpd80 @ BON, BlueII @ BON ** or 4-door Audi...
  6. Ford announces "Syncmyride" Web site

    Ford Corporate News
    http://www.canadiandriver.com/news/070514-4.htm Dearborn, Michigan - Ford has announced a new Web site that introduces consumers to Sync, a new communications and entertainment system developed by Ford and Microsoft. The system will debut on select Ford and Lincoln vehicles in the fall of 2007...
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