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Archive | November, 2013


BMW 520d SE review

Facelift Adds All-Round Improvements. Prices “Start” At £31,530; Hi-Tech Add-Ons Probably Mean £40,000. For – top class all-rounder. Against – spoilt for choice. **** out of 5 BMW has face-lifted and improved its 5 Series range with a new engine, enhanced connectivity and small revisions to the styling and suspension. The current, sixth-generation BMW 5 […]

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Hydrogen Fuel Cell

Fuel Cells Might Still Trump Battery Cars

Toyota FCV Joins Fuel Cell Offering, Which Is Increasing Too. Toyota of Japan reminds us that batteries don’t necessarily hold the inside track as an alternative, revolutionary way to replace the internal combustion engine out there and it’s called the fuel cell. Unveiled ahead of the Tokyo car show on November 20, Toyota said its […]

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Europe’s Economic Prospects Bode Ill For Strong Sales Rally

LMC Raises 2014 Sales Estimate, But Warns About Economic Fragility. Europe’s flagging car market may have hit bottom, but the latest economic data still suggest years of profit-less stagnation for troubled mass car manufacturers. The possibility that a rising tide of economic growth might rescue flailing loss-makers seems a distant hope. Latest statistics from the […]

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Jaguar XF 3.0L Diesel Portfolio review

Less ostentatious than German rivals with no negative image. This is the real ‘ultimate driving machine’. For: It’s not an Audi, BMW or Mercedes. Effortless performance, excellent economy. Against: Only details like radio station selection, dashboard gimmicks. How can premium brand BMW and global conglomerate Ford have made such a pig’s ear of running Land […]

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