The 5 Series is BMW’s executive-class jet, a machine that’s always been configured to fulfill the mission.
Not long ago, I asked a taxi driver why virtually every cab operator in the city uses the Camry as the fleet vehicle of choice.
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When the third-generation Rio arrived for the 2012 model year, Kia challenged the notion that a budget car had to be homely.
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The Cruze utilized GM’s new Delta II front-drive compact car platform developed by Opel – the German subsidiary GM had almost sold off to Canada’s
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