Monthly Archive: March 2016

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2016 Ford Mustang

Mustang has always been about power. The 2016 models continue in that tradition. Each engine delivers at least 300 horsepower. In the 2016 Mustang, more heritage cues are backā€”most notably, hood-ventturn signals, which return this model year to Mustang GT models. As well, for the new Mustang’s second year, it gets newly available wheels and striping, as well as a new California Special Package, Pony Package,and Black Accent Package. A painted-black roof option is now also available on EcoBoost Mustang and V-8 Mustang GT models.

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2017 Mercedes E 220 d Exclusive

The new Mercedes E-Class will come with a choice of two engines at market launch: the E 200 with a four-cylinder petrol engine and the E 220 d with an all-new 4-cylinder diesel engine. The new 4-cylinder diesel unit marks the birth of a new Mercedes-Benz engine family and opens up new dimensions in efficiency. What’s more, it is shorter and more compact than its predecessor thanks to reduced cylinder spacing (90 mm instead of 94 mm). Despite having a lower displacement than its predecessor, reduced to around two litres, the new diesel powerplant has an output of 143 kW/195 hp and,...

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2016 Infiniti QX60

The future of the Infiniti QX60 Hybrid looked grim a few months ago, when Nissan confirmed the Pathfinder Hybrid was being discontinued. Infiniti QX60  After all, the QX60 and Pathfinder are nearly identical underneath their different bodies. But with this 2016 model year refresh, Infiniti confirms that its QX60 Hybrid will indeed carry on for the new year. Infiniti QX60  It’s the same hybrid system as before, combining a supercharged, 2.5-liter inline-four with an electric motor for a combined 250 horsepower and 243 pound-feet of torque. Infiniti QX60   New liquid-filled active engine mounts are added for 2016 in an...