BMW Bids Farewell to Z4

In 2012, BMW and Toyota joined forces to work on their next generation sports car. The joint venture was spawned out of a need for BMW to come up with a replacement for the aging Z4 roadster, and for Toyota to resurrect the much famed Supra super coupe.

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Return of the Rotary?

It’s been five years since Mazda placed a rotary engine in one of its production vehicles. The RX-8 never quite lived up to the hype of its famed predecessor, the RX-7. Ever since the sleek RX-Vision concept was unveiled nearly a year ago, rumors have swirled that Mazda would once again take a crack at the unique power plant.

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Honda Looks to Improve Fuel Efficiency, Patents 11-Speed Gearbox

Do more gears equal better fuel economy? A recent look at the patent filings for the auto industry would lead you to believe that is true. Last year, Ford filed for an all-new 11-speed automatic and now it appears to be Honda's turn. According to Autoblog, the Japanese manufacturer has filed a patent for an 11-speed transmission but with a twist.

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This or That? NEW BMW 3-Series VS. CPO BMW 7-Series

In this inaugural edition of NADA Used Car Guide’s This or That?, we’re pitting two popular BMW sedans against each other: the iconic 3-Series and luxurious 7-series. Both can be purchased for roughly the same amount and are covered under BMW manufacturer-backed warranty programs. However, one of these vehicles was nearly $100,000 when it was new, and is now three years old.

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Review: 2016 Lexus IS300 AWD

We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Lexus has taken a warning shot over the bow of the BMW 3-Series with the IS line.

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Mercedes-Benz Feels Effect from #Dieselgate

It appears shrapnel from the Volkswagen #Dieselgate emissions violation bomb has hit unrelated oil burning brands, with Mercedes-Benz the latest affected.

The Three Pointed Star will not launch its new diesel-powered variants of both the C-Class sedan and GLC utility vehicle in the 2016 calendar year. According to a recent Automotive News article, Mercedes planned to launch the new models this year, but decided to make potential buyers wait one more year. 

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Is It Too Soon for Autonomous Cars?

In the wake of recent accidents that involved Tesla’s autopilot, another manufacturer had made automotive safety waves. Due to complaints from several consumers and safety groups, Automotive News reports Mercedes-Benz is under scrutiny for a recent advertising campaign. 

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Review: 2017 Infiniti QX30 Sport

Japanese design meets German engineering in this new luxury compact crossover.

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Volvo’s Profits Soar in First Half

Volvo Cars is on pace for a record setting year. The premium automaker is set to release additional models to their current lineup and sales are already 10.5 percent above last year’s mark. In fact, according to the folks at Volvo, the company has more than tripled its operating income for the first half of the year.

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EPA Backtracks on 54.5 MPG Target

In 2011, the EPA took an assessment of the U.S. auto industry. The study concluded that by 2025, average fuel economy across the country should be 54.5 mpg. Yesterday, according to Automotive News, U.S. regulators announced the industry would likely fall short of that projection. 

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