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2019 Honda Passport Ready For Adventure

Honda has formally revealed the 2019 Honda Passport ahead of this week's Los Angeles Auto Show. The revived Passport is designed to fill the gap between the CR-V and larger Pilot crossovers, but with a more adventurous take.  Based on Honda's Global Light Truck architecture, it comes as no surprise it looks similar to the Pilot and Ridgeline, both of…

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GM Killing Off Six Models, Including Cadillac CT6

General Motors will end production of six vehicles in 2019 as part of a broader restructuring plan. The Cadillac CT6 and Chevrolet Cruze; stalwarts of their respective lineups, are included among the list of car deaths. According to a Jalopnik report, production of the Chevrolet Volt and Buick LaCrosse sedans will end on March 1, 2019 at the company's Detroit-Hamtramck assembly…

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GM Unplugging Chevrolet Volt Next Year

Housed within the slew of General Motors news this morning is the confirmation the company is killing off the Chevrolet Volt. The car that launched GM into the world of electrification back in 2011 will end production in early 2019.  According to both Reuters and Jalopnik a GM spokesperson has confirmed that production of the Volt will end on March 1, 2019. The Volt…

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2019 Ford Ranger Fuel Economy Leaks

Nothing stays a secret for too long these days. The official EPA fuel economy ratings for the upcoming Ford Ranger have leaked out before Ford was ready to release them. At initial glance, it appears at least some configurations of the Ranger will be at the top of their class when it comes to fuel sipping.  A forum member over…

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Volvo's L.A. Auto Show Display Won't Have Cars

Many automakers have teased or announced their planned reveals for next week's Los Angeles Auto Show. However, Volvo is taking a different approach this year by not bringing a single vehicle to display in their booth at this year's show.  Volvo is actually blaming show organizers for its reasoning to not display any vehicles. In recent years the L.A. show…

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Mercedes-AMG G63 Starts at $148,495

It's hard to tell, but nearly every aspect of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz G Class has been improved. Despite the deep overhaul, the SUV retains its classic boxy shape and subsequent high-price for 2019.  Mercedes has confirmed the 2019 G550 will start at $125,495, a fairly modest $900 price hike versus the 2018 model. The gap between 2018 and 2019 model grows…

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Cadillac Unplugs CT6 Plug-In Hybrid

Cadillac is already pulling the CT6 Plug-in Hybrid from the North American market. The electrified large sedan's exit from North America leaves the luxury brand without any electrified models.  Car And Driver reports Cadillac has confirmed it has dropped the CT6 Plug-in Hybrid from its product portfolio for 2019. The exact reasoning for axing it has not been disclosed, but Cadillac…

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The Honda Passport is Coming Back

As the SUV craze consumes the world, many iconic SUV nameplates are getting dusted off for new duty. From the Ford Bronco to the Chevrolet Blazer, it's like deja vu back to the 1990's these days. Honda has decided to follow the pack, confirming an all-new 2019 Honda Passport.  Slated for reveal on November 27th, Honda has already given us…

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