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  1. You're Gonna Want To Watch This Car Video AgainRead the original story

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    The car is a Lightspeed Classic , a Singer-style 911, and the driver is the wonderful Tim Schrick. You've seen him on Germany's equivalent to Top Gear , and you've seen him sideways in a Carrera GT in the Alps .

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  2. Bugatti Previews Vision Gran Turismo Concept - Is This A Worthy Successor To The Veyron?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | AutoSpies

    It is described as previewing the next phase of the company's design language, elements of which will be seen on the Bugatti Veyron's successor, currently dubbed Chiron, in 2017.

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  3. The Harley-Davidson Road Glide Ultra Is A Nickelback Album In Bike FormRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    The Nickelback Paradox : How can something be so unpopular on the internet, but so commercially successful? It's a real thing, and it also applies to Harley baggers. Nowhere can you find an internet commentator with anything nice to say.

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  4. Should You Swap Your Headlight Bulbs For LEDs?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    LED headlights throw extremely intense light with very little draw on your car's electrical system. Now that they're trickling down to the aftermarket, you can buy a simple plug-in "LED retrofit kit" that straight swaps your halogen bulbs.

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  5. Why You Should Never, Ever Do A 'Voluntary Repo'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    From time to time I hear from someone who is so fed up with their car they've decided to stop making payments and "walk away from it." I always tell them, DO NOT EVER do that voluntarily.

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  6. What's The Biggest Automotive Repair You've Attempted?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    Sometimes cars can break in bad ways, forcing you to gird your loins and make major repairs. I've been there.

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  7. The Ten Weirdest Unsolved Vehicular MysteriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    Time and time again, planes, trains, cars and other vehicles go missing and leave nothing but a mystery to follow. These 10 are the eeriest vehicular mysteries, as chosen by our readers.

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  8. I Doubled My Hatchback Space With A False Floor And Here's How You Can TooRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    My Honda Logo, which is a so-called "Super Mini," is small. Really small. Despite the car having four doors, it's honestly a struggle to fit four full sized adults in the GA3.

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  9. The Bugatti Veyron Race Car We've Always Dreamed About Is Coming To Gran TurismoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    This new Bugatti won't even cost an entire Lamborghini more than the Veyron , mostly because it's not real. Yet they will build a Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo show car for Frankfurt, and it's the Veyron race car we've always needed.

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  10. This Acura Ad Is So Crammed Full Of Horseshit I Can't EvenRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jalopnik

    You'd think some summer-blowout ad for the Acura TLX would be the usual, ignorable car-on-winding-road-with-VO boringness we've all grown the special ability to tune out. Acura has cleverly combated this by making their ads so full of subtly inane horseshit that it forces you to pay attention.

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  11. 1968 Ford Mustang Autocross Champ with a Half Century of Chasing ApexesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Hot Rod Magazine

    John Fendel has owned and autocrossed his 1968 fastback since new, and after nearly five decades and 200,000 miles he has no plans of slowing down John Fendel has been autocrossing his 1968 Mustang Fastback since he bought it brand new; we'll save you the math, that's nearly 50 years of sliding through the cones, cutting apexes, and hanging the rear out. In fact, he was into carving cones long before it was popular or remotely supported by the aftermarket.

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  12. Jeep Compass: Jalopnik's Buyer's GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Jalopnik

    The Jeep Compass only exists because Chrysler has paid for all the tooling and every one they sell is pretty much pure profit. It's a pretty poor excuse for an automobile.

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  13. Lawsuit by Uber Drivers Granted Class-Action StatusRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Motor Trend

    A federal judge granted class-action status to a lawsuit brought forward by three Uber drivers, who claim they should be treated as employees rather than independent contractors. Uber risks losing much more money than it would have if the suit only involved the three original plaintiffs.

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  14. Slain officer mentored, inspired youthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KCRA-TV Sacramento

    Whoever killed Lt. Joe Gliniewicz probably didn't know he was a father of four. They probably didn't know he was just weeks away from retirement after serving 32 years.

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  15. 2016 Smart Fortwo Manual First Drive: Edging Closer to Living Up to Its NameRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Car and Driver

    There are a few ways to have some fun with a 2016 Smart Fortwo . First, you can park it nose to tail with another Smart in the same single spot.

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  16. Mercedes-Amg S 63 CabrioletRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EMercedesBenz

    Mercedes-Benz is presenting a superlative dream car in the guise of the S 63 4MATIC Cabriolet. For the first time in its 48-year history, Mercedes-Benz's sports car and high-performance brand is offering a four-seater Cabriolet in the S-Class segment, adding to its product portfolio an attractive alternative for automobile enthusiasts with a penchant for performance and luxury.

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  17. Plunging oil prices could affect auto delinquencies, TransUnion warnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Automotive News

    Lost wages from plunging oil prices are expected to raise auto loan delinquencies in Canada, TransUnion says, and the company is watching for changes in the U.S. Auto loan balance and delinquency rates in both countries remained steady during the second quarter, but that could change, TransUnion said. "We're keeping a close eye on impact of decline of oil prices in both economies," Jason Laky, senior vice president and automotive business leader for TransUnion, told Automotive News .

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  18. Lease penetration rate warrants scrutiny, observers sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Automotive News

    New-car lease penetration has been above 25 percent since June 2014, Experian Automotive data show. In July, leasing's penetration rate hit 27 percent.

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  19. Daily News Deal of the Week: 2016 Kia SorentoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    Based on what TrueCar is showing for a Kia Sorento in our New York City zip code, you should be able to get one for at least 10 percent off the sticker price, if not more. Keep in mind, though, that such a big discount includes the value of the rebate.

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  20. Mercedes drops the top on the sleek S-Class for new CabrioRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | New York Daily News

    Mercedes has removed the roof on their most exclusive coupe, adding a 6th variant to the expanding S-Class lineup. Keen not to let BMW, Bentley, and Rolls-Royce have all the fun in the world of luxury drop-top flagships, Mercedes-Benz has revived the S-Class Cabriolet for 2016.

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