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Consumer Reports Loves the Volkswagen Eos

Consumer Reports Loves the Volkswagen Eos

Volkswagen's on-again, off-again love affair with Volkswagen is on again, as the German automaker's Eos convertible took the top honors int he latest Consumer Reports comparo of seven convertibles. Pitted against the likes of the BMW 328i, Saab 9-3 Convertible, Volvo C70, Pontiac G6, Mitsubishi... read more

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Alfa 8C Spider: The Showstopper, Sans Cliche

The word "showstopper" is used too frequently by lazy journalists, but in some cases it is genuinely true. A case in point is the new Spider version of Alfa Romeo’s... read more March 6, 2008 by  1


 

BMW: Not Much New News

It's always nice to be surprised, but BMW didn't announce anything truly new at their Detroit event. If you're a TCC regular (and you probably are because you're reading... read more January 14, 2008 by  1


 

Because Corvette News Never Goes Stale..The Indy Pace Car

With all the Detroit auto show embargoes and leaks wafting in and out of our earbud reality (mac/itunes/winehouse/love_is_a_losing_game.aac), we filed away these pics of the... read more January 10, 2008 by 


 

Mad Hatters Take Chrysler Sebring to the Derby

It’s almost the first Saturday in May—and with the approaching Kentucky Derby, Chrysler’s come up with another contest that glibly plugs its latest new... read more April 25, 2007 by 


 

Aston: Free at Last

Now let me get this straight. I’ve just flown 4000 miles to test drive the new Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster and it’s 36 degrees out there. Okay. Is there a... read more March 25, 2007 by  1


 

Callaway’s Latest Spin on the ‘Vette: C16 Cabrio

“Callaway is bringin’ it!” someone just told me over my shoulder, staring at this pic of the new Callaway C16 Cabrio. What they’re bringing, we... read more March 21, 2007 by  1


 

Honda Stretching Out Another Sportscar

Honda's pretty good about stretching product cycles, but what happened to the Acura NSX should be argument enough for euthanasia. Now Honda says it's keeping the S2000 alive... read more March 13, 2007 by 


 

The Week in Reverse

We’re so glad to be home from Geneva. In our short 48 hours on the ground, we saw a BMW M3 lightly guised as a concept, a passel of hookers on the formerly respectable Rue... read more March 11, 2007 by 


 

Sebring: Two Tops, Two Continents

Chrysler intends to launch the new Sebring convertible in Europe about the same time it debuts in the home, North American market, part of the company’s effort to grow... read more March 7, 2007 by 


 

Betting on Kia Convertible? Don't.

Concepts often point the way to production models, but do they point the way to production models of other brands? That was the question on journalists’ lips at the... read more March 7, 2007 by 


 

Aston Sale Imminent – But Why?

The band blares a nameless pop tune as I lean in a little closer to one of long-time sources at Ford Motor Co. “Soon,” he shouts, hoping to be heard over the din at a... read more March 6, 2007 by  5


 

Saab Reskins the 9-3 Ragtop

Saab's working hard on what to do with the aged 9-5 - but the relatively spry and chipper 9-3 Convertible, just four years old, is already getting a major reskin. We haven't... read more February 21, 2007 by 


 

Audi A5 and S5 - Embargo Victim!

Here's another car we've been telling you about forever - and finally, pictures of the new Audi A5 have broken free of the embargoes they've been under in advance of the... read more February 20, 2007 by  1


 

Audi R8 Going Ragtop?

Hey, it’s not us – really – but the talk of possible future Audi R8 versions has gone from hazy, martini-soaked confessions to printed rumor. Dutch magazine... read more February 19, 2007 by  2


 

Shock and Awe: BMW's Geneva Plans?

The latest M3 spy shots have surfaced - and before you clamor for less spy and more real photos, know that our knowledge of BMW's Geneva plans is still sharpening. So far... read more February 19, 2007 by 


 
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