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New Chevrolet TrailBlazer

By IT Support Staffordshire | Published November 11th, 2011

General Motors has just unveiled its next generation Chevrolet TrailBlazer for 2013 at the Dubai International Motor Show. The new seven-seater is powered by a 2.8-liter Duramax turbo-diesel engine and has second and third row seats that fold down to provide a space that functions as a cargo area. The TrailBlazer combines the hauling and towing capability…

Honda Small Sports EV Concept

By IT Support Staffordshire | Published November 10th, 2011

Among the seven concept cars that will be unveiled at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show, Honda is including the new Small Sports EV Concept. As with many of its competitiors the Japanese automaker has decided to go with an electric theme for this year’s show displaying concept vehicles designed for easy and fun mobility in…

Nissan’s Third Generation Pivo 3

By IT Support Staffordshire | Published November 9th, 2011

Nissan first revealed the wacky-looking Pivo EV Concept at the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show before redesigning it as the Pivo 2 in 2007. Now, Nissan has replaced the electric car’s original curves and bubble shape for a sharper look with artistic angles to better suit its city functionality with the Pivo 3. The new ultra-compact…

Updated Ford Flex ready for 2013

By IT Support Staffordshire | Published November 8th, 2011

Ford is updating its 2013 Flex model with a new nose design, updated power and improved technology. The three-row, seven-passenger model features a restyled front fascia with a nose that is sleeker, sophisticated and more robotic. Apart from the addition of paint colour and wheel choices, no other design elements have been modified. Flex receives…

Angus Thompson Appointed topCar Editor

By IT Support Staffordshire | Published November 8th, 2011

Media24 has just announced the appointment of Angus Thompson as the new editor of topCar magazine. Angus’s ten years of experience as a motoring journalist make him the ideal man for the job. Some of his previous positions include: Deputy Motoring Editor of the Citizen newspaper and Guest Editor of the website which is…

MyFord Touch Gets an Update

By IT Support Staffordshire | Published November 7th, 2011

Since its release last year, MyFord Touch has taken a fair amount of criticism from both consumers and critics for its cluttered user interface and capacitive controls for the climate control system. A far too complex system with a number of occasional glitches triggered negative publicity for the sophisticated and ambitious system. Ford is now planning…

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