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2023 Nissan Z First Drive | The Z is back again!

LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The Japanese sports cars and sport compacts that hit the road throughout the 1990s are models…

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The latest numbers on the microchip shortage: N.A. plants get chip reprieve

For the first time in months, North American assembly plants did not add vehicles to their long list of production…

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Nissan is ready to start growing again after first profit in two years

YOKOHAMA, Japan — Nissan is shifting back into growth mode. After two years of steep losses and cuts in production…

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Building on the Legacy

Subaru’s Legacy midsize sedan receives several major updates as part of a midcycle 2023 freshening, including a redesigned front fascia…

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EV truck makers prepare for big business ahead

The zero-emission truck segment has been dominated so far by battery-electric vehicles, but many companies are betting that hydrogen fuel…

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Junkyard Gem: 2002 Subaru Legacy Wagon

The Outback designation, introduced in America on off-road-enhanced versions of the Subaru Legacy and Impreza for the 1995 model year,…

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ACT Expo: Shell-Penske truck EV charging deal, battery price surge cools ‘a little bit’

LOS ANGELES — A subsidiary of oil and gas giant Shell will soon support charging for Penske Truck Leasing‘s light-duty…

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Penske backs off sales goal for CarShop used-vehicle stores

Penske during the first week of May closed two of its small CarShop express locations in the U.K., Penske spokesman…

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Lego’s 1500-piece Optimus Prime actually transforms into a truck

Lego has partnered with yet another popular franchise, recreating its IP with little plastic bricks. This time, it’s Transformers, the…

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‘Need For Speed’ developer Criterion has absorbed a Codemasters studio | Gaming Roundup

This week in racing game news: The next “Need For Speed” is being developed by a super-team It was reported…

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