PC Magazine has announced their winners for the 2nd Annual Digital Drive Awards. The criteria was: "Our criteria for the second annual Digital Drive Awards? We looked for cars with an expected baseline of technology—such as Bluetooth, navigation, parking sonar, stability control, and a full complement of safety features. Then we sought out the first implementations of technology that will be mainstream in two to five years."
PC Magazine’s 2nd Annual Digital Drive Awards (...) > Full story
If you intend to buy a car, but you don’t have enough money for an Enzo or a Veyron, then you should know that you can buy really nice car under $18.000. Is true you won’t be able to run with 200 mph, but is good to know which are the best car to buy in your budget.
In choosing the elite 10 Coolest Cars under $18,000, kbb.com used the same combination of objective and subjective criteria that many consumers use in examining this category. Safety, fuel economy, environmental impact, (...) > Full story
The brand with the four rings has recorded a five-fold success at the presentation of the Fleet Awards 2007. The Audi A3, Audi A6, Audi A8 and Audi Q7 gained first place in their respective categories. The Audi A4 rounded off the results with a highly respectable second place. Armin Villinger, Head of Sales to Key Accounts for Germany at AUDI AG, commented: "These outstanding results demonstrate that our model range puts us in a position from which we can continue to satisfy the needs (...) > Full story
Award-winning, segment-saving, world’s best – just a few phrases to describe the legendary MX-5. All-new for 2006, the MX-5 won the prestigious Japan Car of the Year and was also named a Car and Driver “10 Best”. MX-5 also is known as the car that brought the affordable, fun-to-drive, two-seat roadster segment back to life in 1989 and has continued to set sales records since, making it the world’s best-selling two-seat roadster, and cementing Mazda’s place in the annals of (...) > Full story
How easy is for you to choose the sexist man or woman in the world. I’m sure is not that hard with women like Angelina Jolie or Jessica Alba, and with men like Sean Connery or Brad Pitt. But they are unique, in the cars world is totally different. Because there are multiple Ferraris, Mercedes, Aston Martins, Porsches, Audis and many many more. So which one is the sexist from all this?
To make it easier for you, Forbes made their own list with the top ten sexiest cars: Sexiest Car for (...) > Full story
Last week at New York Auto Show Audi unveiled the A5 and the S5 models for the North American market. But on the same time Audi has announced that the upcoming Audi A1 will not come to the US.
There’s a lot riding on the upcoming remake of the A4, which Audi expects to become an even bigger seller in the U.S. And the next-generation A3, currently Audi’s smallest U.S. model, should benefit from fast-growing demand for small cars. Which, of course, begs the question: might Audi bring an (...) > Full story
Auto Motor Und Sport caught the facelift Mercedes SL in winter testing. The new Sl will be launched on the market in 2013.
The facelift SL will receive a new front in the CLS-style this will mean: new air intakes, a modified grill and new headlights. > Full story
Newly redesigned, the Hyundai Santa Fe Limited earned a "Very Good" overall rating — surpassed only by the V6-powered Toyota RAV4 Limited — in tests for the May issue of Consumer Reports.
The Santa Fe ranks second overall among some 20 small SUVs recently tested by Consumer Reports, including the highly rated Subaru Forester and Honda CR- V.
"The Santa Fe is quiet, comfortable riding, and it’s refined," said David Champion, senior director of Consumer (...) > Full story
At a press conference presented by the MIDWAY GROUP and hosted by the New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javitz Centre in Manhattan, New York, the Audi RS4 was declared the 2007 World Performance Car.
The Audi RS4 was chosen from an initial entry list of seventeen (17) contenders nominated by World Car jurors from 22 countries throughout the world.
While the winner of the overall World Car of the Year award must excel in a broad range of attributes, there is a segment of the (...) > Full story
At a press conference presented by the MIDWAY GROUP and hosted by the New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javitz Centre in Manhattan, New York, the Audi TT was declared the 2007 World Car Design of the Year.
The Audi TT was chosen from an initial entry list of twenty-eight (28) contenders nominated by World Car jurors from 22 countries throughout the world.
Style sells. No matter how rational a buyer’s approach to a new car purchase may be, the ultimate decision is (...) > Full story