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Mitsubishi Outlander

Why Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Is Worth The Wait

Will the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV ever arrive in the US? This is an important question as it is currently the best selling plug in hybrid in Europe. So, it would make sense that Mitsubishi would want to get it to our shores as fast as possible. However, this does not seem to be the case. The latest estimate on when the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV may arrive in the states in November 2017.
2017 Go Mango Hellcat Challenger

Dodge Challenger Soundly Beats Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro in August Sales

August 2017 sales numbers from around the industry are in and for the 2nd time this year, the Dodge Challenger has outsold both the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro – allowing the brawny Mopar muscle car to pull into 2nd place in the annual muscle car segment sales race.
Cummins Electric Truck

Huge Potential Benefit from Cummins and Tesla Electric Trucks in Foreseeable Future

In 2006 Elon Musk wrote what he called the "Tesla Mater Plan." He’s nearly completed it and has since written part two. He envisions a world where every vehicle is electric and. Musk wants to cover all facets of vehicular transportation, but he just hit a bit of a bump in the road. A few weeks ahead of Tesla’s scheduled semi concept debut; Cummins unveiled its new electric powertrain.
2017 Honda Odyssey

Are Minivans Like Honda Odyssey and Toyota Sienna Becoming Extinct?

I am what most people consider your "typical mom." I am a PTA parent, I coupon, I clean (except for that pile of laundry I have been avoiding since forever), I enjoy shopping at Target, and I am constantly driving around taking my kids to and from all their various activities. Yes, I do all of those things, but there is one "mom" thing I will never do: own a minivan.
Harvey's surprising effect on the auto industry.

Silver Lining? Hurricane Harvey's Unexpected Positive Effects On Auto Industry

Let's be clear, there is not one good thing about the incredible suffering Texans and Louisianans are going through. After the waters recede, the cleanup is going to take years and consume billions of dollars. Here's a surprising look at how the auto industry will be affected.

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