Infiniti: What’s new for 2017

Infiniti had been rudderless for years, with its models lacking a cohesive design as well as suffering from product cycles that seemed to stretch for an eternity. Infiniti finally changed its tack with the introduction of the Q50 for 2014. The svelte sedan introduced a bold look for the brand, as well as a new naming strategy, and helped to…

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Citroën C-Aircross concept previews C3 Picasso successor

Citroën will use next month’s 2017 Geneva auto show to unveil a funky compact SUV called the C-Aircross. The car may be a concept but it’s actually a thinly-veiled preview of the French automaker’s replacement for the C3 Picasso. Whereas the C3 Picasso is more of a minivan, the production version of the C-Aircross, likely to…

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Jaguar: What’s new for 2017

Jaguar is in the midst of an aggressive push into the North American market that’s seen its existing models overhauled and the lineup expanded with two new additions. Along with the revitalized lineup, Jaguar has also sharpened pricing across the range so that its offerings now sit in the core of the luxury market. And on top of this Jaguar…

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Dodge: What’s new for 2017

Dodge in recent years has transformed from a mainstream brand into a performance-oriented one specializing in muscle cars. The transformation really kicked into high gear in 2014 when parent company Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU] announced that Dodge was to reabsorb the SRT division, along with the Viper supercar. Unfortunately, there…

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