Month: April 2018

AUTO REVIEW: Cooper Countryman is a standout

ANALYSIS/OPINION: The Cooper has always been a standout and its one of the best choices in its class for a variety of reasons. Standing strong next to the competition like the Mazda CX-5 SUV, BMW X1 SUV, Volkswagen GTI or the Honda HR-V when behind the wheel of the Cooper you can be assured of…



1967 Ford F-100 – Project Speed Bump: Part 11

Project Speed Bump is looking more and more like a truck these days, and we are turning our attention to getting the cab prepped for its interior. While we are the first to admit we love to hear a mechanical symphony under foot, we also enjoy a little peace and quiet when cruising down the…



Didi alliance eyes 10 million EVs by 2028

Didi driver Zhang Liang has been plying the streets of Beijing for almost two years. Ride-hailing giant Didi plans a massive EV fleet. BEIJING — Didi Chuxing is the force to reckon with in Chinese ride-hailing. First for locals, who can’t seem to crisscross a city here without it. And now for international auto industry…



SPIED – 2020 Chervolet Silverado HD and GMC Sierra HD

Whenever a truck manufacturer reveals a new light-duty pickup, as both Chevrolet and GMC did this year, we know it’s only a matter of time before the 1/2-ton gets an HD variant. That’s why we’re not surprised to see GM engineers rolling around in a fleet of heavily camouflaged fullsize trucks, almost certainly versions of…



LA to drop free rides for green cars in carpool lanes

Los Angeles County is making major changes that could have an impact on electric, plug-in hybrid, and hydrogen-fueled car sales in Southern California. Later this year, drivers of those so-called “sticker cars” will no longer be able to drive in carpool and express lanes without at least two occupants aboard. The move by the Los…



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