Rare Rides Icons: The Lincoln Mark Series Cars, Feeling

September 21st, 2022 3:26 PM

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Much to the delight of accountants at Ford’s headquarters in Dearborn, the new Thunderbird-based 1969 Lincoln Continental Mark III was an immediate sales success. It was a case of the right product (a personal luxury coupe) at the right time. The Mark III went head-to-head with its rival and

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Report: Nobody Can Build Enough Electric Vehicles

Automakers have been having trouble building much of anything since 2020 began, thanks to a comprehensive breakdown in logistics. But the hype around electric vehicles has made them even trickier to build now that they’re starting to represent a more meaningful portion of the market. Ironically, the industry’s desire to see EVs become more popular seems to be backfiring as

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Tech Q&A: Talking TPMS | The Truth About Cars

Greetings Readers,

Let me start by saying thank you for the kind words I received and for welcoming me aboard! I am looking forward to this first response and all the others that I know will follow.

For my first Q&A piece, I received an email from Ron asking about TPMS’s, aka “Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems.”

Thank you for sending

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Rare Rides Icons: The History of Kia’s Larger and Full-size

September 16th, 2022 5:51 PM

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Over 14 installments, we’ve finally reached the conclusion of our coverage of Kia’s midsize and large sedans. The Korean manufacturer’s original offerings were borrowed from other companies, most often Mazda. It’s been a long journey, but we finish our tale today with a promising-looking front-drive sedan that’s off-limits to

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Searching for reasons behind Colorado’s spike in car thefts

When Denver police arrested Illya Culpepper on April 22 last year in front of the Belcaro Motel on Colorado Boulevard, after growing suspicious of the Chevrolet Suburban he was driving, it was a bit of fortuitous timing. Only nine minutes had passed since the car’s owner had reported it stolen.

Officers would learn Culpepper had stolen the vehicle hours earlier

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NYC driver runs over man before he is robbed by car’s

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Three people are being hunted by police after a man was deliberately knocked down and mugged.

Footage shows the man jogging across the street in the Bronx, New York, at around 6.40am on Sunday.

As he did so, the car cut a

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Safety concerns persist at National Steel Car’s Hamilton,

Do you work at National Steel Car? Contact us to let us know about conditions in the plant and help build a rank-and-file committee.

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The approximately 1,200 workers at the National Steel Car plant in Hamilton, Ontario are still reeling in the aftermath of the death of a co-worker in early June. Quoc Le, a 51-year-old welder, was crushed

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The First Rolls Royce EV Comes With Futuristic Suspension

A photo of a camouflage Rolls Royce Spectre driving on a highway.

The Rolls Royce Spectre is the firm’s first EV.
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Like every other car maker, Rolls-Royce is going electric. By 2030, the firm says it’ll be a fully electric car maker, and is now preparing to launch its first EV. Coming next year, the Spectre is now undergoing an impressive array of tests to put the

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