How Car Paint Colors Are Picked by Car Companies

by Editorial Staff

Car makers decide what goes in a car, and they also pick what colors their cars come in. Of course, for some of you what the car company picks for the colors aren’t really relevant, since you can afford to just get the paint color changed. But for the rest of us, we can get… Read the full article

3 New Engines for the Mercedes Benz 500cc/Cylinder Engine Lineup

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How do new engine families start out these days? Increasingly, these new engine lineups share similar specs for bore, stroke, and even cylinder-bore spacing due to China and its huge consumer market. In China, engines are taxed on a per half-liter basis, and this has resulted in making car manufacturers focus on designing their cylinders… Read the full article

Buses Will Drive Themselves in Singapore by 2018

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These are actual buses in the actual streets, with no actual drivers In 2018, Singapore will test out the use of 2 self-driving buses in its public fleet on the streets. These buses will run near the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), which is apt. After all, the university did help in creating these buses in… Read the full article

The Modern Tech behind the 4 by 4 Off-Road Capability

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Drive a 4 x 4 like a Land Rover or a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon on the city streets, and you’ll probably have a very nice ride. Yes, it’s comfy, you’ve got lots of space inside and in the trunk, and it even looks great. But this is its Clark Kent mode. Take it off the… Read the full article

Behold the Mercedes-Benz Pickup Truck—Seriously

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When you’re in the market for a pickup truck, you generally have the same brands to choose from. You have the Ford F-series, the Silverado and Colorado from Chevy, the Toyota Tacoma and Tundra, the GMC Sierra and Canyon, and the Ram 1500. Nissan does offer the Frontier and the Titan, and even Honda has… Read the full article

The Rise and Fall of the Legendary Mitsubishi Evolution

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Just recently, the last of the 2015 Mitsubishi Evolution “Final Edition” sold on eBay. The winning bid was for $76,400 which was a little bit more than twice the suggested retail price of $37,995. Perhaps this high price was because this really was the last Evolution in the literal sense. It was build number 1600,… Read the full article

The Best That Weren’t Bestsellers: The Best Cars That Didn’t Sell

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If it’s good, it will sell. That’s not quite true when it comes to these 3 cars from Toyota and Subaru, Porsche, and Mercedes Benz. If you build it, they will come. This has long been the foundational principle of every manufacturer and designer who has prized quality above all. It’s the belief that if… Read the full article

Homing on the Honda Models for 2017

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Meta description: Honda is a perennial bestseller, and the new cars for 2107 will sure find an eager market for 2017. Honda is one of the most successful car brands in the whole world, and its new models for US shores are poised to make sure that the brand doesn’t come down from its elevated… Read the full article

The Do’s and Don’ts of Buying an Affordable Mini Cooper Clubman

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If you force a Mini Cooper fan to take truth serum, they’ll tell you that logic and reason have no place in their thinking if they do decide to buy a Mini. The point of buying a car like the Clubman is because it’s cute and fun to drive. Despite its many annoying features, at… Read the full article

The 2017 Ferrari GTC4Lusso: A Ferrari with Manners

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Whenever you think about a car with the Ferrari logo, immediately you picture a brash vehicle that simply oozes unbridled machismo with a distinct lack of subtle refinement. The name Ferrari conjures a vision of power and speed, with an engine that roars to the high heavens to signal its ability to scorch highways and… Read the full article