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Nissan freshens up insane GT-R NISMO for 2017

Nissan is making the already crazy 2017 GT-R a little crazier with a NISMO version.

Power comes from the standard GT-R’s twin-turbo 3.8-litre V6 engine. Compared to the previous GT-R NISMO, there’s no power bump here – not that it… 250 more words

Cars And Car Design

Kia could be working on turbocharged Soul hatchback

Kia certainly loves dancing hamsters and the Korean automaker’s latest Soul ad is intriguing, but it has nothing to do with partying humanoid rodents.

In the final few seconds, the ad closes with an overview of the Soul family. 203 more words

Cars And Car Design

Seatbelts and airbags: Do you need to maintain them?

The recent Takata airbag recall (growing by millions of vehicles recently) has brought to light an interesting thought; how long should we expect these vital safety systems to last? 737 more words

Cars And Car Design

Editorial: Montreal's electric-car sharing plan is too limited

Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre deserves credit for moving to ensure that one-way car-sharing vehicles in the city will be fully electric by 2020, but there’s reason for concern his plan could hinder the growth of the popular service. 439 more words


GMC goes crazy with chrome on special edition 2016 Yukon

More is more – at least, that’s how GMC approaches the task of chroming out the 2016 Yukon.

Enter the SLT Premium Edition. Essentially an appearance package for the mid-range Yukon, the Premium Edition heaps on shiny bits that would ordinarily be exclusive to the top-end Denali model. 78 more words

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Drunk, distracted or unbelted: Ten things you should know about driving this long weekend

hh, the May long weekend, that time of year when the whole world seems to head out of town to seek solace from the vices of urban life. 277 more words

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