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Detroit’s Worst Mistake Ever Commented on: 1 year ago (November 8, 2012)

You'd take that over the previous Triton V-8, the new 5.0 or even the EcoBoost V-6? Wow, tough crowd.

New GM Small Block Pairs Power, Efficiency Commented on: 1 year ago (October 30, 2012)

Someone from GM Powertrain might want to weigh in. But based on the exhaustive engineering presentation last week on this new small-block, the millions of hours of computational analysis and...

Stop-Start Bound for 50% Take Rate, Bosch Says Commented on: 1 year ago (October 1, 2012)

Our friends at Mercedes-Benz offer up some additional information about stop/start expanding within the U.S. lineup. So far this year, 27% of Mercedes' sales have been with ECO stop/start. The new...

Camaro 1LE Outshines ZL1 Drop-Top Commented on: 2 years ago (September 12, 2012)

It's work if you sweat your way through the day on west Michigan blacktop, and you get a speeding ticket, to boot. Thanks for reading.

2012 Ward’s 10 Best Engines Quick Hits Commented on: 2 years ago (September 4, 2012)

We're in the process of assembling the list of new engines we will evaluate for 2013 Ward's 10 Best Engines. We last tested the 3.5L V-6 in the Accord in fall 2009. For the new Accord, the 3.5L...

Crossroads China: From Rickshaws to Range Rovers Commented on: 2 years ago (July 27, 2012)

Thanks for reading, Scott. I spoke with some fascinating people in China. More stories to come.

Hyundai Engages in Monkey Business for i30 Wear-and-Tear Test Commented on: 2 years ago (May 14, 2012)

True, the cabin must have been destroyed. But my teen-ager's room isn't much better.

Mercedes 4-Cyl. Diesel Coming to U.S. Commented on: 2 years ago (April 19, 2012)

D'oh, you're right. Sorry, I hadn't heard it was official the GLK will get the 4-cyl. diesel, but it's good news. The story has been updated now. Thanks for keeping us on our toes.

Noteworthy Insights From Olivier Francois Commented on: 2 years ago (March 13, 2012)

He's a man on a mission.

Quattro Saves The Day Commented on: 2 years ago (March 13, 2012)

I had faith in German engineering. I was more concerned about going down the hill than going up, even though there was a lot more snow on the ascent.

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