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Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Review 2014

SEE COMMENTS From Mike Wattam at the bottom..  Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Review 2014 Jekyll and Hyde SUV. Mind-Blowing Fuel Economy One Day, Useless The Next. On The Highway, You’ll Be Thinking About Suing For False Pretences. In Town, You’ll Forget Where The Petrol Stations Are. 148 mpg? Preposterous, And An Understatement. For – impressive overall […]

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VW Polo Review 2014

VW Polo Review 2014. Face-Lift Adds High-Tech Options. Small Car Adds Premium Features. For – classy, capable, good looking little. Against – pricey **** out of 5 Volkswagen has revised its successful Polo small car by adding a range of cleaner engines, some trendy new options including a touch-screen infotainment system, high-tech safety systems, a new […]

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BMW Profit Growth May Be Exhausted

China Price Probe Clouds Future Of All Germans. BMW’s latest financial results excited most investors, again, but there are some who wonder if, just maybe, the leading German luxury car maker’s growing profitability might be peaking out. BMW Profit Growth May Be Exhausted And news that the Chinese government is investigating foreign automakers’ alleged monopolistic […]

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New Sanctions Against Russia Will Speed Decline In Auto Sales

Ironically, Retaliation Might Actually Help Renault. Harsher sanctions on Russia from the E.U and U.S. look set to put skids under the already sliding car market there, although any retaliatory measures could end up benefitting the Renault-Nissan alliance, the auto manufacturer most committed to the economically-ailing country. General Motors and Ford are also big operators […]

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Renault Expected To Build On Improved Profit Performance

When Model Sweet Spot Arrives, Expect Profit Surge. Share Price Dive Seen As Opportunity To Buy More. Russia, Emerging Markets Though Cause For Concern. Renault’s strong financial performance in the first half won’t have surprised those keeping track of its impressive sales growth in Europe, and investors expect profits to continue growing despite the ominous […]

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Peugeot profits 2014 Sustainability

Ailing Peugeot’s Results Surprise, But Sustainability Questioned Lack Of Scale Inhibits Competitive Edge, Move Upmarket Doubted Too. “Capital spending was unsustainable, and if Peugeot was to move upmarket this implied higher, not lower spending” Peugeot profits 2014 Sustainability Peugeot is arguably Europe’s most financially troubled mass car manufacturer, but its half-year results convinced some investors […]

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