Month: September 2014

Chevrolet Camaro Hits Dealerships On This Day 48 Years Ago

On this date back in 1966 the first Chevrolet Camaro went on sale, declaring a muscle car war against the then two year old Ford Mustang. Although the first Camaro was sold 48 years ago, the pony car technically isn’t 48 years old. Production of the Camaro was halted in 2002 due to slow sales and a diminishing interest in sports coupes. After an eight year hiatus it was revived in 2010, and has already received a facelift. A redesigned Chevrolet Camaro is scheduled for 2016 to keep up with the new Ford Mustang. 1967 Chevrolet Camaro vs. 2015 Chevrolet...

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Did Chrysler Resurrect the PT Cruiser?

The BIG question of the day is, Did Chrysler resurrect the PT Cruiser in the form of the Fiat 500L? At least one person seems to think so. I can’t recall the forum I was on nor the exact topic but it had something to do with ugly cars on the road today. One comment included a photo of the Chrysler PT Cruiser with a caption that read, “But they don’t make them anymore”. A reply to that comment read, “Yes they do”, and had a photo of the Fiat 500L. Aside from the ugly factor the two cars have nothing in...

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Honda Officially Shows Off Facelifted 2015 CR-V

Honda is taking its time revealing the facelifted 2015 CR-V by only showing us one angle shot of the new crossover. Considering this is a mid-cycle refresh there may not be much of a change in the rear half of the car for Honda to show off the entire vehicle. Changes include a leaner grill with smaller, meaner-looking headlights. The shape of the bumper looks similar to the outgoing model but has rectangular fog lights instead of round ones. The new model will be available in October so more photos will likely appear in the next few weeks. Here’s the 2015...

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2015 Jaguar XE Design Takes After Bigger Brother XF

A unique launch party had every car enthusiast sit through almost two hours of a British-style Jaguar history lesson before the big reveal of the 2015 Jaguar XE, the brand’s first entry into the mid-size luxury sedan segment in six years. Although it’s brand new there’s very little ‘new’ about the design of the mid-size luxury sedan. Like most automakers Jaguar has brand identity to upkeep by making all their models share characteristics that can easily be identifiable as Jaguar. The new Jaguar XE takes its design cues from bigger brother Jaguar XF, which slots above the XE in the full-size luxury...

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