Vancouver Olympics worth the $7-billion price tag, probe says

Volleyball players work out at the Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond, B.C., on Thursday October 7, 2010. The venue, which hosted speedskating events during the two thousand ten Olympics, has been turned into a multi-use community facility.

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Toyota recalls 6.Four million cars worldwide

The recalls cover twenty seven Toyota ( TM ) models — including Camry, Corolla, Matrix and Highlander. Two of those models were made by joint manufacturing ventures and sold under other brands: the Pontiac Vibe and the Subaru Trezia. Some of the vehicles were made as early as 2004. Continue reading

Top twenty Used Cars to Avoid: Consumer Reports

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In the market and shopping for a used car? Consumer Reports has released a list of twenty used vehicles to stay away from as they have a reputation for causing trouble. Listed is a top twenty list of used cars from two thousand three to two thousand twelve model year to avoid in alphabetical order. Continue reading

Top ten Best-Selling Cars in China

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China is the largest automotive market in the world, with the country selling and making more cars than anywhere else on the planet.

But what’s interesting is what that market consists of. The Chinese automotive landscape is very different from what we see in America. Continue reading

This Sleek Sports Car Runs On Salt Water – No Joke

A German company has developed battery technology capable of charging electrified car batteries with salt water.

When you take into consideration the number of intriguing innovations in development, it becomes an titillating prospect to be alive in the present era. Continue reading

The World’s Largest Electrified Vehicle Maker Hits a Speed Bump

  • by Laurie Burkitt
  • May 8, 2017

At BYD’s manufacturing plant in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, six hundred workers and a host of robots climb on tires and dashboards into electrified cars that roll off the final assembly line every ninety seconds. Continue reading