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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, August 18 - 22

August 19 Can’t Keep Escalades on the Shelf Cadillac Escalades are in huge demand. The only problem is that there are not enough out there to satisfy that demand. According to Carbuzz, dealers and potential customers are upset with the time it is taking to produce the large SUV. The high quality interiors are slowing the building process, causing the delay. August 18 Cadillac is Working on an A3 and 2 Series Fighter Car and Driver has reported that Cadillac has plans to produce a sub ATS Sedan to rival Audi and BMW. It will be built on the current ATS platform. ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, August 11 - 15

August 15 Lexus NX Production Begins Today is the first day of NX production according to Lexus and can be seen in this video. Lexus reports that they have already received over 6,500 pre orders for the compact luxury CUV. GLA Shortage Automotive News has reported that the new GLA is going to be short on supply when it goes on sale. Dealers have placed more orders for the vehicle than they did when the CLA debuted last September. Looks like another winner for Mercedes.   August 14 Elantra Loses a Model Automobile has reported that this will be the last ye ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, August 4 - 5

August 5 AMG Sport Autocar has reported that Mercedes Benz is developing an extended range of AMG Sport models to be able to compete with BMW’s M Power and Audi Sport. These variants will receive exclusive interior and exterior styling cues, as well as, performance upgrades. August 4 Indian Scout Indian Motorcycle just debuted the new 2015 Scout motorcycle and it looks amazing.  It is a terrific blend of traditional “old school” style and modern technology. Power comes from a 69ci V-twin, producing 100hp and 71lb of torque.  Pricing starts at $1 ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, July 28 - August 1

August 1 Infiniti’s Battle Plan Automotive News has reported Infiniti’s future plans.  The manufacturer will produce a performance-engine-powered four-door coupe in 2017 or 2018. They will make an electric sedan, based on the Nissan Leaf. The G37 sedan will continue to soldier on as the Q40.  The compact Q30 hatch will be imported from Sunderland, England, in early 2016 and its sibling, the QX30 crossover version, half a year later. Alfa SUV Autoexpress has reported that Alfa Romeo will be bringing an SUV to the USA for 2016. It is expected to be in the X ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, July 21 - 25

July 25 Making James Bond Jealous Aston Martin has officially released teasers of the new Lagonda Super Sedan. Styling holds retro cues from the original Lagonda that debuted in 1976. Expect the 6.0L V12 packing about 600hp to power this amazing sedan. 2014 Nismo Note Nissan announced the release of the Nismo Note today and stated that it will arrive in dealerships in the fall of 2014.  Highlights of the Note Nismo include custom front grille, front and rear bumpers, side sill protectors, roof spoiler, electronic folding red side mirrors, and Nismo badge. Will it be able ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, July 14 - 18

July 18 LF-LC Gets Green Light Alain Uyttenhoven, Lexus Europe’s Vice President, revealed to Autocar that the LF-LC will be produced in 2016.  The concept version of this vehicle debuted at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show and Alain stated that the production model will retain between 90 and 100 percent of what was seen in the concept. This may be the sexiest car on the market when it arrives. Way to go Lexus! July 17 The New Mazda 2 Mazda revealed the new Mazda 2 last night, and it looks good.  It has the KODO (Design of Motion) visual philosophy, and is similar t ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, July 7 - 11

JULY 10 CLA Shooting Brake Autoevolution reports, according to a Mercedes Benz insider who wishes to remain anonymous, the CLA Shooting Brake will become a reality.  As a matter of fact, it will make its live debut this October at the Paris Motor Show. JULY 9 The Nissan Cube is Part of the History Books Autoblog has received confirmation from Nissan of Canada that the Cube will not survive beyond 2014. This is not really a surprise since sales are down 23.8 percent from last year. Chevy Pays $559 Million to be Manchester United’s Jersey Sponsor Chevrole ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, June 30 - July 4

JULY 3 2015 Saleen Mustang 302 Saleen dropped a teaser image onto the web of the 2015 Mustang 302, and boy does it look good.  No details were given about what performance and suspension upgrades will be included in the package, but they have never let us down before. Saleen did go as far as to say that the new Mustang is an “American Exotic.” Let us hope that it lives up to that hype. New Mazda MX-5 to Debut on September 3rd Mazda has confirmed that it will debut the new 4th generation Mazda MX-5 on September 3 simultaneously in three different locations: Japa ...

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The All-New 2015 Chrysler 200: Poised to Shed its Rental Car Image

  During the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit earlier this month, Al Gardner, President and CEO of Chrysler brand, introduced the second generation 2015 Chrysler 200 and also gave a glimpse at the brand’s new face and overall product direction. Gardner described the new 200 as the brand’s flagship car and as such one requiring a  “flagship manufacturing facility” like  the all-new $1 billion Sterling Heights Assembly Plant (SHAP) where the new model will be produced. Chrysler brand is confident that its large cash investment ...

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Mitsubishi Looks to Make a Comeback in its Race for Survival

For decades, Mitsubishi competed in various forms of racing, particularly off-road and rally racing, and achieved much success despite not being a major auto manufacturer. In doing so, the company demonstrated its engineering prowess, which spawned generations of vehicles utilizing Mitsubishi’s famed all-wheel drive technologies. In recent years, however, the Japanese brand has skidded into a series of rough patches and has seemingly lost its way in the form of falling sales figures. With much of the competition leaving Mitsubishi in the dust, doubts have arisen over the viability of ...

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