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Ford Launches Competitor to Mazda5 in C-MAX

Not content to let Mazda have the entire North American small van market to itself, Ford has entered the fray with the new C-MAX. Fitting into Ford’s World Car program, the C-MAX is built on the new C-vehicle platform, which will eventually spawn 10 models worldwide.

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Will Ford Vertrek Concept be the Next Generation Escape?

The Ford Vertrek looks more cutting-edge than any of the other products in the CUV segment. Add to that the cargo space available in the Escape, and Ford may well have another hit on its hands, like it had when the Canadian-built Edge was released..

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Mazda Reinvents the Most Sensible Minivan on the Market

Originally launched as a 2006 model, the Mazda5 isn’t like the other kids on the block. A bit smaller than most, the 5 holds 6 passengers, rather than the usual 7. Rather than risk messing with a good idea, Mazda’s design team stayed with the same 6 passenger layout this time and worked on evolution, rather than recreation. The result is an unbelievably sexy-looking little van that offers an equally unbelievable amount of versatility.

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Subaru Brings Impreza Concept to NAIAS

Originally unveiled at the L.A. Auto Show in the fall of 2010, Subaru brought its new Impreza concept along for the 2011 Detroit show, and it’s a whole new take on the car. With a more heavily sculpted look, Subaru has taken some styling chances.

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Toyota Sets up NASCAR Garage in Cobo Hall

At the 2011 North American International Auto Show, Toyota was proudly showing off its new family of Prius hybrid vehicles—while a few steps away sat the NASCAR Garage. OK, so the other manufacturers involved in NASCAR also have electric or hybrid products on the road and under development. However, none of them had a giant NASCAR display surrounding them.

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Scion Brings Some Fun to Cobo Hall

While Scion may not have had anything new to show at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, that didn’t stop it from confirming its position as Toyota’s youth brand. The Scion booth was crammed full of customized cars, ranging from mild personalization to wild custom jobs.

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2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Sets a New Standard

Way back in the early days of the muscle car wars of the sixties, car manufacturers found all sorts of ways to make their cars faster. Bigger engines, gear ratios and high performance tires were available right from the factory. Then, a few years down the road, as more stoplight racers headed to the race…

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Honda Shows Fit EV Concept in Detroit

While Toyota is busy with a new “family” of Prius models, across the show hall Honda is pushing hard to show a wide range of electrified vehicles of its own. From hybrids to full plug-in electrics, the Honda booth is full of green vehicles. And like the Mercedes, the Honda Fit EV shows that performance does not have to suffer just because a car is green.

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MINI Countryman Not So Mini

A four door MINI? Some purists may scoff at the idea, but they forget that one of the neatest things about the original MINI was the variety of models that were available. From basic and cheap to fast and furious, you could even buy a shooting brake or a pickup truck. But a four door? Never!

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MINI Debuts Paceman Concept

It’s hard to believe a full 10 years has passed since the first generation of the modern MINI appeared at Cobo Hall. Since then, we’ve seen the introduction of the convertible and Clubman, a second generation, and more recently the larger Countryman. As many more traditional brands have been quite successful in the relatively new CUV market, it makes sense that the folks at MINI would up-size a bit and dip their toes in that pool.

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