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2003 Detroit Auto Show, Part VIII
2003 Detroit Auto Show, Part VIII

 Related Articles: 2003 L.A. Auto Show Coverage by TCC Team (1/1/2003) 2003 Detroit Auto Show Coverage by TCC Team (1/2/2003) . MAZDA SETS PRICE FOR NEW RX-8 Mazda’s newly-revived, rotary-powered sports car will carry a base price of $25,180. That figure covers the version of the four-seat RX-8...Read More»

2003 Los Angeles Auto Show
2003 L.A. Auto Show, Part I

The Los Angeles auto show is underway, and TCC is on the ground to bring you the latest product introductions. Check back with us later today and tomorrow for updates and breaking news from the show floor, as well as the first glimpse at concepts from Ford, GM, and Toyota. Related Articles: 2003...Read More»

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Consumer Car News: 8/26/02

CADILLAC SHOWS OFF SRXAfter months of showing the vehicle off the record to journalists, Cadillac has released this first official photo of the SRX crossover vehicle due out next year. The 2004 SRX comes in either rear- or four-wheel-drive versions; it’s based on the CTS platform and built in the...Read More»

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Consumer Car News: 7/22/02

FORD: GT40 DUE NEXT JUNEFord execs couldn't have baited a more alluring hook than at Detroit's auto show in January when they unveiled a long-awaited successor to the fabled Le Mans-inspired, two-seater sports car of the '60s. Now they have reason to expect a homerun. People "have been sending in...Read More»

Anti-Sleep Pilot (ASP) system
Consumer Car News: 7/8/02

Z4 BOWS AT BMW’S S.C. PLANTBMW’s 2003 Z4 roadster takes the entry-level sports car a notch higher with new styling, a new suspension and more features. Two engines are available: a 225-hp 3.0-liter in-line six in the Z4 3.0i, mated to either a six-speed manual or Steptronic five-speed...Read More»

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DAILY EDITION: June 20, 2002

Subscribe and get e-mail news FREE! GM CONFIRMS GTO PRODUCTION GM says the GTO is headed for production in late 2003. The "Great One" will be built in conjunction with Australia's Holden for the 2004 model year, and will showcase a version of the Corvette's LS1 engine with more than 300 hp. Pontiac...Read More»

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Consumer Car News: 4/15/02

SUMMER GAS COULD BE THIRD MOST EXPENSIVE The EPA says you’ll pay an average of $1.46 per gallon of regular unleaded this summer. Reuters reports the Environmental Protection Agency thinks gas will run that high, which is about eight cents less than last summer’s peak but the third highest ever...Read More»

Ford Intelligent Vehicles preview
Consumer Car News: 4/8/02

BLACKWOOD AN EARLY GONERPlanning on buying a Lincoln Blackwood? Buy soon — Lincoln spokespeople told various press outlets on Monday that the limited-production, rear-drive, luxury four-door truck would be a lot more limited than originally planned. After debuting the 2002 model last year...Read More»

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2002 Detroit Show, Part IV

2002 Detroit Auto Show by TCC Team (1/7/2002) sponsored by Toyota OVERCAPACITY ON THE RISEThe situation continues to get worse in terms of excess global production capacity, noted auto analyst William Pochiluk, of AutoCompass. With new car demand slipping around the world, and likely to drop...Read More»

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Driver's News: Week of 8/5/01

’03 CADDY CTS UNVEILED Are looks everything? In the case of the 2003 Cadillac CTS you see here, GM hopes they’re at least a big part of the equation. The 2003 CTS, the replacement for the German-bred-and-built Catera, will be unveiled officially on Aug. 18th at the Pebble Beach Concours...Read More»

New MINI Cooper's safety and convinience features
Weekly News: July 9, 2001

JUNE SALES: DOMESTICS TAKE THE FALL Domestic automakers once again posted the biggest declines in sales for June, while imports surged. Overall, car sales for the month posted down three percent from June of last year, while truck sales were up three percent from last June, figuring for a total...Read More»

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Weekly News: July 2, 2001

FORD TO SCRUTINIZE REPLACEMENT TIRE LIST Ford Motor Company might drop some tires from its list of valid replacements for recalled Firestone tires, after Congressional investigators alleged that pending National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data shows the accident rate with some of...Read More»

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Weekly News: April 23, 2001

NHTSA RELEASES CRASH-TEST RESULTS The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has released a new batch of crash-test results, including conventional front and side tests, and new rollover ratings for another 17 vehicles. In the rollover test, the Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus sedans...Read More»

NHTSA 5-star safety ratings timeline
Weekly News: February 26, 2001

DC TO ANNOUNCE RESTRUCTURING Upcoming changes at DaimlerChrysler AG might include huge layoffs at Mitsubishi and more parts-sharing between Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler, according to reports. As part of the long-anticipated cost-cutting plan to be announced, DaimlerChrysler will appoint a new...Read More»

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Week of July 10, 2000

THE DEBATE OVER RECYCLED AIRBAGS EUROPEAN AUTOMAKERS SEEK COVISINT ALTERNATIVE GAS PRICES TO FALL EXIDE SELLS STARTER/ALTERNATOR BUSINESS LOPEZ FACES EXTRADITION SATELLITE UP FOR RADIO SERVICE GAS PRICES HAD LITTLE EFFECT ON SUV SALES DANA JOINS COVISINT ROVER HIRES DESIGN DIRECTOR THE DEBATE OVER...Read More»

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Week of March 27, 2000

DC-MITSU DEAL DONE, SAYS KYODORESIDUALS FROM ROVER BREAKUPGM CONTINUES TO TANGOFIAT TO PROPOSE TO VOLVO, SCANIARENAULT, SAMSUNG CONTINUE NEGOTIATIONSM-B C-CLASS DEBUTSSUBARU’S CONCEPT ST-X TO BECOME SUV FOR U.S.NISSAN’S HIRSHBERG TO RETIRESUVS GET CAR-FRIENDLYDAEWOO SALE EXPECTED BY...Read More»

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Week of December 13, 1999

GM GETS 20 PERCENT OF SUBARUTHE URGE TO MERGEFEDS WANT TRUNK HANDLES BY 2001SAFETY IS TOP CONCERN WITH CONSUMERSAUTOMAKERS AWAIT AIRBAG RULINGCHRYSLERS CRASH BADLY AT NHTSAONLINE BUYING NOT ALWAYS A BARGAINFORD WANTS TEXAS RULE OVERTURNEDGM SHARE HIT HISTORIC LOW IN NOVEMBERGM REVAMPS TRUCK...Read More»

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Week of September 13, 1999

FRANKFURT FOLLIESBLUEOVALNEWS.COM WINSHIGHWAY DEATHS DROPAIRBAGS GO TO COURTGM ASKS NHTSA TO DROP RECALLDC OPENS FIRST CHILD-SEAT STATIONFORD, GM RECALLSCHEROKEE TO LIVE ON?FORD SPENDS AGAINST HARASSMENTSAMSUNG IN TALKS TO SELLOLDS BRINGS BACK THE LOGOANTI-UAW GROUP AT MBUSI DISBANDSDC MINIVANS GET...Read More»

DIY Hoverwing. Image via The Nelson Mail.
Week of May 3, 1999

PORSCHE SET FOR BOXSTER SNISSAN NAMES NEW CEO FOR U.S.TOYOTA TO PRESS FORWARDHONDA GIVES UP ON BATTERIESMITSU COMES CLEANDC AND VW BUY TECH FROM TOYOTAGM TRUCKS TO OKLAHOMA?DC REPORTS STRONG Q1 PROFITSDETROIT DIESEL RESISTS DCFORD TO OPEN ONLINE JUNKYARDFORD WASHES ITS HAND IN BRAZILMAZDA PRIMES...Read More»

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