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The BMW M3 Touring made a big splash earlier this year when it received its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. We’ve seen the super wagon in an assortment of regular and Individual paints, including t
Even though General Motors is promising to go all electric, before it does, Chevrolet is proving that it knows how to build highly desired performance vehicles. The 2023 Chevrolet Tahoe RST Performance Edition is designed to make every driver who loves a powerful vehicle happy. It will be the
The Porsche Boxster first came to the market in 1996 as a mid-engine sports car. In the years since, it’s become known as a roadster with plenty of power, excellent handling, and lots of luggage space. The 2023 Porsche 718 Boxster continues the latest generation of the Boxster, which debuted
Toyota and Lexus are recalling 83,735 vehicles in the U.S. for an ECU issue that could see the parking brake fail. If that happens, the vehicle could be at risk of rolling away.
The issue affects some 2022 Toyota Tundras produced between November 2, 2021, and August 23, 2022, as well as
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Kia has launched the Sonet X Line in India with prices starting from ₹13.39 lakh for the 1.0 turbo-petrol DCT variant, going up to ₹13.99 lakh for the 1.5 diesel-AT variant (both prices ex-showroom, India). The Kia Sonet X Line is based on the top-spec Sonet GTX+ and becomes the new range
Renntech has built a special one-of-one W140-chassis Mercedes-Benz S-Class to show the world what it’s capable of. Under the hood of this already classic 1992 Mercedes 600 SEL is the largest displacement M120 V12 ever built at 7.6-liters pumping out 615 hp (458 kW) to the rear wheels onl
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College Station is going green after the city council spoke in favor of a plan to keep the city “cool” over the course of five years to reduce the urban heat island effect by planting trees in city and residential areas.
During Thursday n
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