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May 25, 2012

Scion tC receives Autobytel and AutoPacific 2012 Vehicle Satisfaction Award

The 2012 Scion tC recognised as the Top Rated Sporty Car in the 16th Annual Autobytel and AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards.

Autobytel and AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Award measures how satisfied an owner is with his or her new vehicle. New vehicle owners

April 26, 2012

New generation Audi Q5 rings the changes

The Audi Q5 is about to climb to a new peak on the efficiency scale as new generation versions of the popular mid-size SUV are readied for their October debut on UK roads. Combining subtle styling revisions and equipment enhancements with power increases

April 10, 2012

Focus ST, Ford’s first global performance car to have China debut at Auto China 2012

The exciting next-generation Ford Focus ST is to make its China debut at Auto China 2012 in Beijing on April 23, providing the Chinese public with a glimpse of Ford's new high-performance model.

This range-topping Focus will be completely true to Ford's ST

April 06, 2012

A special introduction to the new Mercedes-Benz M-class

The all-new M-class arrives in the UK with two special edition models which offer outstanding value thanks to their extensive range of standard equipment and exclusive features at highly competitive prices. The special editions will be available with either the ML 250

April 05, 2012

Acura RLX Concept makes world debut in New York

Acura held the world debut of the Acura RLX Concept at the New York International Auto Show, providing luxury buyers with a first look at the design and engineering direction for its all-new Acura RLX flagship sedan, slated for launch at the beginning of 2013.


January 06, 2012

Cooper Corporation unveils its new four-cylinder engine at Delhi Auto Expo 2012

Cooper Corporation Ltd., a pioneering company which built India’s first diesel engine and a market leader in centrifugal castings, has today unveiled its four-cylinder engine at the 11th Auto Expo. It was unveiled by James Bevan, British High Commissioner

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