|Quick Spin: 2009 Porsche Cayenne Diesel delivers torque and efficiency with negligible compromise
Porsche offers every conceivable variant of the Cayenne to consumers in the States -- except one. But with the diesel-powered model is enjoying some success in Europe, Porsche is actively considering bringing it to the U.S. We give it a quick shakedown to see if the oil-burning behemoth is worthy of wearing the Stuttgart crest.
|2011 Ford Super Duty debuts at Texas State Fair
The circle is now complete. Following a couple model years after the redesigned F-150, Ford has taken the wraps off the new 2011 Super Duty model at the Texas State Fair. And along with its revised duds, the SD is packing a choice of either an all-new 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 or 6.2-liter gas-fed V8.
|Official Cash for Clunkers trade-in list reveals oddities too strange to believe
After spending around $2.8 billion, some 700,000 new vehicles have found homes. But Cash for Clunkers has been a mixed bag. Helping out the auto industry is one thing, but what got destroyed at the hands of progress? The Cars.gov website reveals all, much of it cringe-worthy.
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