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Mitsubishi Outsold These Three BIG Brands in 2018

Mitsubishi Outsold These Three BIG Brands in 2018

It took us two minutes to lift our jaws back

We are dead serious right now. Mitsubishi actually managed to outsell the three brands mentioned in the U.S. Maybe it is some kind of sorcery or Mitsubishi has sprayed some sort of invisible ink, we don’t know, but the Japanese giant has managed to move 118,074 cars in 2018 - all of it without socializing at auto-show gatherings or sponsoring many events.

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2020 Cadillac XT6

2020 Cadillac XT6

Bridges the gap between the XT5 and the Escalade

Introduced in early 2019, the Cadillac XT6 is the company’s first three-row SUV besides the massive Escalade. It bridges the gap between the latter and the compact XT5 and it rounds off Cadillac’s four-SUV lineup for the 2020 model year. It’s built on the same platform as the Chevrolet Traverse, so it’s pretty much a rebodied, fancier version of the GMC Acadia Denali.

The XT6 arrives to compete in a crowded SUV segment that already includes high sellers like the BMW X5, Audi Q7, and Mercedes-Benz GLE-Class. The Caddy also goes against the new Lincoln Aviator, the popular Acura MDX, and segment leader Lexus RX. How does it compare to some of its most important rivals? Let’s find out in the review below.

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2020 BMW X3 M Production Styling Revealed With Fresh Spy Shots!

2020 BMW X3 M Production Styling Revealed With Fresh Spy Shots!

Bimmer’s new performance compact crossover caught completely exposed!

If you want tall-riding speed and practicality from Germany, then the BMW X3 M is certainly a solid choice. The Bavarians are cooking up a new model for the 2020 model year, and now, we know exactly what it’ll look like thanks to this fresh set of spy shots!

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BMW Settles In Class Action Lawsuit for Poor Key Fob Design

BMW Settles In Class Action Lawsuit for Poor Key Fob Design

X5 owners may be due restitution

It really sucks when you accidentally lock yourself out of your car, especially if you’re stuck somewhere you’d rather not be. Apparently, BMW X5 owners who underwent this ordeal may be able to place the blame on the design of their key fobs, as BMW is currently facing down a class action lawsuit for poor design of the locking function.

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Kia Could Leverage the 2020 Telluride with SEMA-Inspired Accessories but it Could Go a Step Further

Kia Could Leverage the 2020 Telluride with SEMA-Inspired Accessories but it Could Go a Step Further

Wonder why automakers did not think of this before?

Kia brought its flagship SUV, the Telluride, at the Detroit Auto Show earlier this week. The production model of the SUV did not grab a lot of attention; perhaps because we had already seen it at the New York Fashion Week and SEMA fitted with a cacophony of off-road accessories. However, what actually raised our eyebrows is that Kia is actually planning to offer something on similar lines as an off-road-ready variant itself.

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The 2020 Cadillac XT6 Is What Caddy Needs, But Is It Too Late?

The 2020 Cadillac XT6 Is What Caddy Needs, But Is It Too Late?

It looks like the right move, but the competition already beat ‘em to the punch

Big, luxurious SUVs and crossovers are as popular as ever these days, and the latest Cadillac XT6 looks like a solid fit for customer demands. However, there are still lingering questions that have us wondering if Cadillac is struggling to keep up with the times.

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Did a Chinese and Indian Automaker Steal the Show at The 2019 Detroit Auto Show?

Did a Chinese and Indian Automaker Steal the Show at The 2019 Detroit Auto Show?

GAC and Mahindra came to impress, and for the most part, both did

Is it possible that, even with the Toyota Supra and the Ford Shelby GT500 hogging the spotlight, a Chinese automaker and its Indian counterpart stole the show at the 2019 North American International Auto Show? It’s probably not the case, but you have to give it to GAC and Mahindra for representing their brands well at Detroit when so many other established automakers — we didn’t see you there, Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz — decided to skip the proceedings. Mahindra brought two notable models to Detroit, including the Marazzo, a front-wheel-drive minivan that actually has a lot of things going for it. Meanwhile, GAC pretty much brought its entire lineup to Detroit, but the real star of its booth was the Entranze EV, a futuristic electric concept van that got a lot of people’s attention. It’s hard to imagine a Chinese and Indian automaker stealing the show at the 2019 NAIAs, but both did it in their own way. And, if we’re being technical about it, both GAC and Mahindra have roots in America, specifically the latter, which has a facility in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Are we sure that they don’t consider the NAIAs their home auto show?

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Why should Ford stop with the Explorer ST? It could make an RS

Why should Ford stop with the Explorer ST? It could make an RS

An even more extreme version of its newest SUV

Ford started ST-ing its high rider range with the Edge ST it revealed last year and this year at the Detroit auto show it showed an ST version of its new Explorer. The manufacturer’s intention couldn’t be clearer - it intends to inject some youthfulness and fun into vehicles not usually known for their sporty credentials.

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GAC Brought a Weird-Looking Thing to Detroit that it Calls The Entranze Concept

GAC Brought a Weird-Looking Thing to Detroit that it Calls The Entranze Concept

As they say, “There is no such thing as bad publicity”

Chinese automaker, GAC Motor, introduced an-electric crossover concept called the Entranze at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show. When we first saw the Entranze, we were left befuddled wondering what it could possibly be. Later we figured out it is an all-electric crossover concept that GAC claims to have designed in the U.S. itself. Why go subtle when you can become the talk of the town?

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The 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid Features a Weird Drivetrain Layout

The 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid Features a Weird Drivetrain Layout

Where’s the 3.0-liter EcoBoost from the Aviator?

Ford made somewhat of a surprise move at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show and introduced a couple more versions of the brand-new Explorer. Unveiled just last week, the Explorer came to Detroit in new ST and Hybrid trims. The latter features a rather weird drivetrain layout, especially given what FoMoCo offers in other hybrids.

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Ford Announced 5 New Models in Detroit, Including the Bronco

Ford Announced 5 New Models in Detroit, Including the Bronco

The Mustang-based Mach E is coming as well

Ford just unveiled the new Explorer at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show, but during the press conference it also announced five new models that it will launch over the next 24 months. Three of them are new generations of existing models, while the other two are brand-new nameplates, including a revival of the Bronco.

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Is Cadillac's Surprise EV Concept a Preview of the Next-Gen Cadillac Escalade?

Is Cadillac’s Surprise EV Concept a Preview of the Next-Gen Cadillac Escalade?

That’d be some kind of statement, wouldn’t it?

A few days after identifying Cadillac as the brand that will spearhead its EV initiative, General Motors doubled down on that announcement by revealing a sketch design of an EV crossover concept that could point to its plans for Cadillac in the not-so-distant future. The design was unveiled at the Cadillac XT6’s launch party ahead of the 2019 North American International Auto Show. The General didn’t dive into the details behind its first electric vehicle, opting only to say that it will use an all-new skateboard electric platform and will come in either two-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. It’s also going to be a crossover, adding weight to the company’s renewed focus on crossovers and SUVs to drive the brand moving forward. That said, is it possible that this electric concept is actually a preview of the next-generation Cadillac Escalade?

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2019 Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept - Car from the future or a far-fetched thought?

2019 Infiniti QX Inspiration Concept - Car from the future or a far-fetched thought?

Mark the date, folks - The brand’s future begins here

With the QX Inspiration, Infiniti becomes the latest company to enter the EV fray. The automaker unveiled the QX Inspiration Concept at the Detroit Auto Show which gives a peak into the brand’s new design language for EVs. Although Infiniti has not revealed any specs yet, it says the QX Inspiration, when launched, will be a high performance production SUV.

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Ford Explorer steals the show in Detroit

Ford Explorer steals the show in Detroit

The only reason people walked in the Chevy booth

There’s no denying that the Ford Explorer is a popular SUV. America’s best-selling crossover with more than seven million units sold 1990s, the Explorer is an SUV that Chevy can’t keep up with. The sixth-gen model just debuted at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show and stole the show by drawing a big crowd of journalists at the Ford booth. Actually, the Explorer was the only reason why people gathered in the Chevrolet booth, from where they watched the unveiling event.

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2020 Kia Telluride finally shows its production form in Detroit

2020 Kia Telluride finally shows its production form in Detroit

The eight-seater Telluride is the largest vehicle to ever bear a Kia badge

Kia has finally pulled the wraps off the production version if its Telluride SUV at the 2019 Detroit auto show after having previously teased it on a number of occasions. First came the concept (to which the series model ended up bearing no resemblance), then the trio of modified versions Kia decided to show off last year at SEMA.

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2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid promises 500 miles range

2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid promises 500 miles range

Thanks to the clever battery placement, the interior and the cargo space is uncompromised

The Explorer line up now feels complete with the debut of the 2020 Ford Explorer Hybrid. It feels like the Blue Oval is a little late to the Hybrid-SUV party, but the company has made sure to capitalise on all the hype the Explorer has created over the years and has launched the Explorer SUV in the Hybrid from with an acclaimed range of 500 miles!

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2020 Ford Explorer ST has 400 HP, wants to be taken seriously as a performance SUV

2020 Ford Explorer ST has 400 HP, wants to be taken seriously as a performance SUV

New Explorer ST promises power, driving fun and capability

Ford’s new 2020 Explorer has already raised some eyebrows with its rear-wheel drive platform and proportions, as well as its unusual front fascia. But even if you aren’t fond of the way the regular Explorer looks, then the new Explorer ST might change your mind, since it just adds another layer of aggression.

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The Cadillac XT6 is a Ground-Rule Double That Should've Been a Home Run

The Cadillac XT6 is a Ground-Rule Double That Should’ve Been a Home Run

It has plenty to offer, but Caddy still left a lot off the table

Cadillac filled a big void in its SUV lineup at the 2019 North American International Auto Show, unveiling the three-row XT6 to occupy the space between the mid-size, two-row XT5 and the company’s granddaddy SUV, the irrepressible Escalade. The addition of the XT6 gives Cadillac four crossovers and SUVs to choose from, establishing a clear hierarchy for consumers. The XT6, for all intents and purposes, is Cadillac’s luxury-SUV-that-isn’t-the-Escalade. It’s big, looks good, and offers the kind of three-row space families fawn over when they’re looking for a spacious ride. Cadillac’s price for the XT6 remains an open question, but by virtue of the XT6 sitting between the XT5 and the Escalade, expect Caddy’s new big rig to start somewhere in the vicinity of $50,000.

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Now That Tesla Is Discontinuing the 75-kWh Battery, with the 2020 Model S and Model X Finally Become Track Worthy?

Now That Tesla Is Discontinuing the 75-kWh Battery, with the 2020 Model S and Model X Finally Become Track Worthy?

The fearsome straight-line beasts can now kick ass on tracks as well

Elon Musk recently announced on Twitter that Tesla would be discontinuing the 75 kWh variants of the Model S and Model X. The two models will now be offered only in the 100 kWh and 100 kWh Performance versions. The smaller battery-capacity car is up for sale only until Sunday night. Does this mean this mean that Tesla will begin using its new battery cells in the Model S and Model X, a move that could eventually make them track worthy?

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2019 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque vs 2019 Mercedes GLA-Class

2019 Land Rover Range Rover Evoque vs 2019 Mercedes GLA-Class

It’s Britain versus Germany in a battle of subcompact luxury crossovers!

Land Rover first introduced the Range Rover Evoque in 2011. A few years later, Mercedes-Benz revealed the GLA-Class in 2013. Both offer subcompact crossover practicality wrapped in a luxurious, high-end package. Both seat five passengers, and both come with a long list of options and features to help them stand out in a crowd. But the question remains - which is best? To find out, we dove headfirst into the spec sheets and put together the following comparison article.

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First drive of 2020 Mercedes EQC 400 all-electric SUV shows promise

First drive of 2020 Mercedes EQC 400 all-electric SUV shows promise

It’s an important model, Mercedes’ first production EV

Mercedes is on the verge of launching the EQC all-electric high rider, a model it hopes will grant it a slice of this increasingly lucrative and competitive market segment. The vehicles populating it are so talented nowadays that the EQC needs to be really good in order to attract buyers its way.

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9 Little Known Facts About the 2020 Ford Explorer

9 Little Known Facts About the 2020 Ford Explorer

In Fact, More Than Nine Cool Facts About the 2020 Ford Explorer

The debut of the new 2020 Ford Explorer is definitely one of the most expected vehicle debuts of this year. It happened. President and CEO of Ford, Jim Hackett and Executive Vice President Jim Farley, presented the new car in Detroit in casual attire. Visually similar to its predecessor, the sixth generation Ford Explorer goes back to its roots with a rear wheel drive platform, longitudinal engine layout, and far more athletic appearance than ever before.

I compiled a list of little-known facts about the new 2020 Ford Explorer that just shows how dedicated Ford engineers and designers have been with the creation of the most advanced Ford Explorer of all time.

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