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Part III: Practicality Abound at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show

At the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, General Motors debuted a refresh of its Chevrolet Equinox, the highest volume Chevrolet model­—excluding the Silverado pickup truck. Consumers looking for major changes will be disappointed, as the mid-cycle update is more of an “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” refresh. However, the brand is hoping it mixed things up enough this time around to keep the model fresh over the coming years.

Part I: Honda’s Rebirth of a Supercar, and a Company

Since its arrival to the U.S. market in 1959, Honda has developed a reputation for excellence in every area of its business, which includes everything from automobiles, to power sports offerings, to power equipment products. The company’s knack for innovation led to it quickly becoming a leader in engineering, with its automobiles becoming synonymous with such virtues as safety, green “Earth Dreams” technologies, and racing. When the original Acura NSX, or New Sports eXperimental, arrived in 1990, Honda shocked the automotive industry with its F1-inspired supercar that was fitted with a mid-mounted 3.0L V6 engine and a number of firsts, including an all-aluminum, monocoque body and Honda’s proprietary VTEC variable valve timing system. A wave of iconic vehicles would come to follow, including the sporty Acura Integra and Honda S2000 models. One of the results was the creation of Honda fanboys and fangirls from Generation Y and Millennials alike—but the fun would not last forever.

NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, Dec. 29 - Jan. 2

Jan. 2 More BMW News: 2016 7-Series Revealed Known by Bimmer fans and BMW employees as the upcoming G11, Autoweek.nl posted photos of the latest luxo-autobahn-bomber. What are your thoughts on the new look? Let us know in the Comments section below. Dec. 30 BMW Offers Fix for Finicky Charging Problem in i3 According to Inside EVs, "When the BMW i3 launched in the U.S., BMW promised a Level 2 charging rate of over 7.0 kW." The site has gone on to state, "While the promise was over 7.0 kW (7.4 kW to be precise), several U.S. i3s began to ...

 

    

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