Mercedes-Benz Adds Small Vehicle to U.S. Lineup for 2018

Mercedes-Benz introduced the entry-level compact CLA sedan to the U.S. in 2013 to court a younger generation of drivers. Its $29,900 price tag made it one of the most affordable ways into German luxury, and its sporty design appealed to 20-something professionals

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Porsche 911 Turbo Goes Gold

Few cars can match the performance of the Porsche 911 Turbo S. It boasts 580 horsepower and will hit 60 mph in a face melting 2.8 seconds. Most would consider that more than enough, but for those looking for something crazier, the brand has you covered.

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BMW's New Flagship SUV is Coming

Sport utility vehicle sales have skyrocketed in the last year. This shift in consumer preferences has sparked a new line of premium luxury vehicles. To meet that preference challenge, BMW is ready to unveil their latest utility offering.

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Is the Corvette ZR1 Hiding a New Engine?

Spy shots of the latest "king" Corvette have surfaced on the internet. Test mules sporting wide wheels, aggressive styling and that can't miss spoiler are just some of the images enthusiasts are obsessing over.

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Fiat Chrysler on the Heels of Lawsuit Over Emissions

About 104,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Ram 1500 diesels are in the crosshairs of the U.S. Government for cheating emissions. Fiat Chrysler has been accused of installing software on its 3.0-liter V6 diesel engines—which improve performance, but increase pollution. Both parties had been in talks to remedy the problem, however, according to Motor Authority, talks have broken down and a lawsuit may be pending.

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Demand for the Dodge Demon Heats up

Dodge dealers are finding themselves in hot water, as the much-anticipated Dodge Challenger SRT Demon gets ready to hit showrooms. Touted as one of the fastest production cars ever made – the Demon – boasts 840 tire-roasting horsepower and looks to dominate the drag-strip.

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BMW Remixes the 8 Series

BMW is looking toward the future and reshaping its lineup. During a recent meeting in Munich, BMW's chairman of the board, Harald Krueger, gave some insight into the brand’s future. Remember their old flagship 8 Series coupe from 1990s? Well, looks like the future is going to be shaped by something from the past.

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Intermediate Numbers Explain What Happened to the Used Car Index Last Month

Our price index looks at the marketplace in total, but it is difficult to really understand what is going on without looking at it in more detail.

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Tesla Model 3 Shoots for Class-Topping Range

The Tesla Model 3 is just a few months out from production. A few details—like the battery range—are still speculation, but hints from Elon Musk may have shed some light. According to Motor Authority, the Model 3 will not only beat the new Chevy Bolt EV’s range (at 238-miles), but may actually lead its class.

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#Dieselgate Update: Volkswagen Gasoline Models Faring Well

As might be expected, it appears new VW brand sales received a shot in the arm from the spike in demand generated by the repurchase program. Volkswagen’s new vehicle sales were down substantially over the 13 months after the diesel scandal became public in September 2015. In fact, sales dropped by an average of 21% per month over the period. However, new VW brand sales have now increased by an average of 21% per month in the three months since the repurchase program went live last November.

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