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Here’s Why Ford Should Bring The 2019 Ford Ranger Raptor To America

The 2019 Ranger marks Ford’s return to the midsize pickup truck segment in the United States, but the range’s most desirable model probably won’t be coming Stateside. Yes, we’re talking about the Ranger Raptor, a diesel-powered version that’s already on sale in markets such as Australia, Southeast Asia and Europe. Officially, Ford says it would be …

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2019 Harrier Based On Land Rover Discovery Might Be The First Tata You Might Actually Want To Buy

Although Tata Motors took ownership of Jaguar Land Rover more than ten years ago, India’s industrial giant has given the British carmaker a great deal of autonomy. It was the wise thing to do, given that Jaguar and Land Rover know a lot more about building competitive cars than Tata does. It’s safe to say …

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Stock BMW X5 M50d Is Proof Diesels Can Give You An Adrenalin Rush

Last summer, BMW unveiled the fourth generation of the X5, which is now bigger and bolder and features new technologies and engines. With the Audi Q7, Mercedes-Benz GLE, Volvo XC90 and others in its sight, the 2019 X5 is already on sale in different markets, where customers can choose between a variety of engines, depending …

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Diesel Power: Old BMW 5-Series Takes On More Powerful Cars At The Drag Strip

The BMW 5-Series E60 isn’t the best-looking generation of the executive car. However, in its most potent form, it featured something truly amazing: a V10 engine, the only one used in an M5. Shared with the M6 models of the era, the 5.0-liter unit put out 507 PS (500 hp / 373 kW) and 520 …

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German Court Orders VW To Reimburse 2012 Golf TDI Owner Full €30,000 Purchase Price

The ghosts of the Dieselgate scandal are still haunting the VW Group and it looks like they won’t be going away anytime soon. The latest news in the seemingly never-ending affair is a court ruling from Germany that could prove catastrophic for the automaker if other courts adopt it. According to the Augsburg civil court’s …