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Chevy Orlando Gets No Dawn Here
Chevy Orlando Gets No Dawn Here

Now you haven't seen it, now you don't: That Chevrolet Orlando concept coming to the Paris show won't be coming from North America after all. Earlier this month, we showed you the sketches for the Chevy Orlando, a city-sized seven-seat wagon that GM had intended to build in Hamtramck, Michigan, and...Read More»

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Who Needs a Hybrid for Good Mileage?

Try to find a Prius. Go ahead, we dare ya! A few random calls to dealers around the country reveals that you won't locate many, if any, of the popular hybrids on Toyota's retail lots, not unless one is parked there waiting for a service bay. And while demand is a little lighter for some models...Read More»

Mazda Wants the 2 For America

Mazda is considering adding the subcompact 2 to the company's lineup in North America in the not too distant future. Jim O'Sullivan, president of Mazda North America, also said the company is studying plans for selling diesel engines in the U.S. market for the first time. "We're not ready to make...Read More»

TCC Drives: Mazda5

Is it a Euro-sized minivan? A crossover? An MPV? A tall wagon with sliding doors? Whatever way you see it, the 5 is a class of vehicle that we don't have enough of in the U.S.: zippy and fun-to-drive (in personality if not execution) yet cavernous inside. Not since being in the Kia Rondo —...Read More»

2007 Mazda Premacy HRE Concept
2007 Mazda Premacy HRE Concept

Call it “sustainable Zoom-Zoom.” Mazda has turned the advertising slogan, “Zoom-Zoom,” into more than just a cliché. It’s become the design and performance theme for its product lineup. But can it survive the transition to more environmentally-friendly powertrain technology? That’s the...Read More»

CX-7: An Only Child

Ford’s Detroit show release on the Edge says, “Ford outpaced the competition in CUV growth in 2005 and looks to further energize the CUV market in 2006 with the new Edge and two other crossovers — the Lincoln MKX and Mazda CX-7.” Although Ford hadn’t said anywhere else...Read More»