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2015 Acura TLX Awarded For Its Value For Money By Long Running Publication!

Kiplinger, America's longest running personal finance publication has awarded the 2015 Acura TLX one of their "Best Value Awards" for the year ahead. It fell under the "Best New or Redesigned Car" category, with a price between $40,000 and $50,000. Kiplinger rated a wide range of new 2015 models based on how their performance, features, space, and overall design, related to the price of the vehicle. After a ...

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Elio Motors Production Delayed Again, Commissioners Remain Optimistic!

The hotly anticipated three wheeled vehicle by Elio Motors has been delayed once again, as funding for the project is still being finalized. CEO Paul Elio announced that they're now looking at 2016 as the start date at their Shreveport, Louisiana, manufacturing plant. While this has certainly disappointed some people, local Commissioners are still optimistic that with patience, Elio will be good for the eco ...

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Mazda 2 Unveiled in Canada, Should Launch in United States in the Summer!

Mazda quietly unveiled their 2016 Mazda 2 this past week at the Montreal International Auto Show in Canada. The hatchback has been redesigned, and this is likely the model that we’ll see launched in the United States later this year. The Mazda 2 had the same redesign that the Mazda 3 and 6 had, which is called KODO. The redesign is supposed to make the Mazda 2 feel more expressive, and give the hatchback mo ...

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Is Bitcoin Weathering The Storm Following Price Drop

With more and more individuals and industries jumping in to the crypto-currency Bitcoin, you would think that a price drop - like we've seen recently - could do significant harm. While some users are certainly struggling, others have been able to weather the storm. Take the online gambling industry for example. It was almost a "sure bet" that those who gamble on the internet would want to use Bitcoin, for i ...

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New Spy Shots of 2015 Honda Civic Type R From Sweden: Very Close To Concept!

It was the famous Nuburging circuit in Germany where the all new Honda Civic Type R had its last foray in to the public, and that was back in September. Now in to the New Year and the 2015 model has been spotted once again, but now the spy shots come from snowy roads in Sweden. It won't be long now until the general public are treated to the exciting new generation, which is currently scheduled for a summer ...

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Spontaneous 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Fire Prompts Government Investigation!

Just two days after purchasing the all new 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee in California its female owner was nearly engulfed in flames when it spontaneously caught fire after a routine morning journey. The entire vehicle was burned to a shell, but thankfully the driver - Margareta Knoos - managed to escape, and her burning car was then recorded by a cell phone. The big question in all of this is why? Why would a ...

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2016 Jeep Wrangler Production Location Not Yet Decided, Workers Reject Cost Cutting Measure!

Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne revealed this week that there is still no certainty about where the 2016 Jeep Wrangler will be manufactured. The decision is split between its traditional home of Toledo Ohio, or another facility more cost effective for the company. The SUV has been at the Toledo plant for years and was the site where Jeeps were made for World War II. Marchionne made the statement on Mond ...

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NSX Commercial Will No Longer Be Shown At Super Bowl Due To Acura TLX Setbacks!

The annual Super Bowl is the most watched sporting event of the year in the United States, so much so that even the commercials have become a point of entertainment and discussion. Everybody remembers the Super Bowl ads. Unfortunately for Honda their commercial for the new NSX supercar will no longer go ahead due to a cost cutting decision. Honda's sales dropped below expectations because the new Acura TLX ...

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