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Mercedes EQA 250 Sport review

Mercedes EQA 250 Sport review. For – handsome, high quality, good performance, impressive regenerative braking Against – small trunk, standard highway range penalty **** £43,495 (before subsidy) Competition – Ford Mustang Mach-e, VW ID.4, Volvo XC40 Recharge, Tesla Y, Kia-eNiro The Mercedes EQA 250 Sport is handsome to behold and has a fantastic interior, boasts very effective […]

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China

China Poised To Grab Europe’s Mass Market For Electric Cars Unless EU Acts

China Poised To Grab Europe’s Mass Market For Electric Cars Unless EU Acts. “If Europeans don’t do anything about this the segment will be controlled by the Chinese” Europe’s market for small electric cars will be dominated by China unless swift action is taken by the European Union (EU) to allow manufacturers to profitably provide […]

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Auto Maker’s Rosy Profit Outlook Could Be Undermined By Inflation, Chip Shortage

Auto Maker’s Rosy Profit Outlook Could Be Undermined By Inflation, Chip Shortage. “Demand will fully recover to pre-pandemic levels by 2022, but there are headwinds to earnings from rising prices, mainly steel, and temporary chips bottlenecks” The profit party could be over in 2022 for most of Europe’s auto manufacturers which boosted earnings in the […]

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Mazda MX-30 GT

Electric Mazda Shows Automakers Still Failing To Cater For Mass Market

Electric Mazda Shows Automakers Still Failing To Cater For Mass Market. “Given its price, limitations, and slowness to the market why would Mazda even try and bring such a vehicle to market?” Auto makers continue to drive into a blind alley with their electric car designs by seeking to reinvent traditional vehicles rather than addressing […]

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Car Sales Rally On Hopes Of Virus Victory Stalls On Chip Shortage, Covid Worries

Car Sales Rally On Hopes Of Virus Victory Stalls On Chip Shortage, Covid Worries. “Semiconductor shortages are beginning to materially affect sales in the U.S., Japan and China which we expect to continue to choke sales into the start of Q4” The post-lockdown rebound in West European car sales has stalled and forecasts for the […]

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BMW’s Profit Outlook Positive, While Electric Strategy Worries Investors

BMW’s Profit Outlook Positive, While Electric Strategy Worries Investors. “Now most have adopted BEV-only long-term strategies, BMW stands out even more with this approach, and we think it is not helpful for the share price” BMW’s profit outlook is strong, but investors worry about its determination to pursue an electric vehicle policy which also leaves […]

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Ferrari Shares Roller-Coaster, But Some Investors See Long-Term Success

Ferrari Shares Roller-Coaster, But Some Investors See Long-Term Success. “Scarcity, desirability and brand values around performance and luxury is the Ferrari moat” Investors in Italian supercar maker Ferrari have been on a wild ride this year as the price of its shares traces a vigorous up and down “V” pattern, with an obvious upward momentum. […]

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