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Archive | June, 2014


BMW M3 review

Rocket Ship For The CO2 Age. Fuel Saving For BMW M3 Performance Flagship Eases Doubts. For – just about as fast as it gets, civilised. Against – hard to justify expense for impossible performance. £56,175 INNSBRUCK, Austria – The new BMW M3 and M4 speed machines eschew the previous formula of massive engines providing amazing […]

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Citroën C1 meets Toyota Aygo

Power To (Some Of) The People. Differentiating The Identical. In my long and random career, lo, I have done many things. Among them was a period spent conducting so-called surveys. Not the customer satisfaction type that banks and the gas people expect you to participate in on the rare occasions when they have done something […]

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Call For Action To Shake-Up Europe Industry Falls On Deaf Ears

“difficult to envisage any capacity actions in the current environment” The European Auto Industry’s perennial and chronic over-capacity crisis means it is being kept bloated, unprofitable and afloat because whenever a financial crisis requires resolute action, craven governments step in with taxpayers money for a bailout. It’s like the bank of Mom and Dad writ […]

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Geneva motor Show 2014

SEAT Leon Cupra 280 PS DSG review

SEAT Leon Cupra 280 PS DSG – By Robert Couldwell. Dynamically Brilliant – But Interior Ordinary, Below VW Standards. For: Performance, handling, driveability. Against: Not much apart from cheap interior plastics.  Volkswagen subsidiary SEAT has finally launched the Leon that enthusiasts have been waiting for; the Cupra, which in the 280PS form, is the most […]

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