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    In the ABG Garage: 2008 Chevy Tahoe Two-Mode Hybrid

    One of the best parts about being a member of the Autoblog team, besides all the chicks and autograph requests, is driving some of the best vehicles in the world and writing about it here. When it comes to hybrids, though, we tend to leave the heavy lifting to our brethren over at AutoblogGreen, ...

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    New York 2008: The Mitsubishi i is A-OKei

    Click image for a high-res gallery of the turbocharged Mitsubishi iI'm the resident kei car obsessive here at Autoblog. That means I'm the guy who actually thinks, "That is awesome," when he reads the (Google translated) announcement of yet another Suzuki Wagon R variant. Hell, I did two posts on ...

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    Frankfurt Preview: Details on Opel E-Flex concept with diesel range extender

    The Chevy Volt concept that debuted this past January in Detroit has generated more buzz than any concept in recent memory, mainly because of outrageous gas prices, coupled with the fact that GM is working its tail off to get one built by 2010. To generate the same level of buzz across the ...

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    Detroit Auto Show: 2008 Mazda Tribute Hybrid

    Click the image above for a high-resolution photo galleryMazda's chosen Detroit to pull the cover off its all-new 2008 Tribute Hybrid SUV. The greenified version of the Japanese automaker's Ford Escape clone receives a unique front fascia, but once you get past that, if you've seen the new Escape, ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.27.06

    Which car gets more looks from the ladies, a Mustang or a Prius? The New York Times investigates, but I think it depends which decade you're talking about, or what crowd you're talking with. Join the conversation at AutoblogGreen. The difficult transition from Mustang to Prius, the thinking ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.26.06

    Are the extra pounds on our bodies making us burn extra gas? One university study says yes, to the tune of a billion gallons a year. I bet that make nine-year-old Paige Lewis even more excited about the Honda Civic Hybrid she got to color. And Consumer Reports says that the Prius holds it's value ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.25.06

    Should we care if the domestics survive? They've had plenty of time to introduce smaller cars to the U.S. market, but they're still way behind. It's not like the Japanese companies were hiding their fuel-efficient strategies these past few years. So, what's the solution? Join the discussion over at ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.24.06

    Diesel. It's good, it's good, and it's ugly. The first good: Audi cannot lose this year with their diesel endurance racing team. The second good: diesel is the thrifty guy's fuel. The ugly: diesel soot makes kids in the Bronx wheeze with asthma. Thankfully, the Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel introduced ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.23.06

    I don't have the words to describe this pro-ethanol video again. I tried yesterday on AutoblogGreen, and that's all I've got. Just watch it. When you're ready for some serious green car news, check out the cross-continents drive three dozen Mercedes E320 diesels recently started in Paris (they're ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.20.06

    It's time to air some clean laundry. AutoblogGreen's Mike Magda took anti-clean energy homeowner's associations to task yesterday. Good stuff. With the rules some folks live under, you can't work on your car in the driveway, much less have an appleseed biodiesel reactor humming away. That's no way ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.19.06

    Whether you're interested in the long or the short of greener driving, AutoblogGreen has got you covered. Yesterday, we had the clean diesel technology BlueTec explained in a one-minute video as well as a long interview with Sherry Boschert, the author of an upcoming book on plug-in hybrids. Plus, ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.18.06

    The World Series is just around the corner, and I'm thinking baseball. To prepare, we had one heckuva lineup warming up in the AutoblogGreen bullpen yesterday. We had Japanese monster ethanol and a $1 million fuel cell Ford Focus test drive. We had a hacked Prius and a hybrid that can run on (get ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.17.06

    TRL means one thing to the MTV Generation, but in the electric vehicle industry, it means batteries. TRL's president cleared up some questions AutoblogGreen had about the company's new battery type yesterday. Plus, we find another RAV4 EV for sale on eBay. if you've been looking to avoid the gas ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.13.06

    Ever had a suspicion that flex-fuel vehicles may not be as green as the car companies would have us believe? Check out the "addicted to gasoline" story below and have all your fears confirmed. Toyota also made a big green announcement about their "Aim: Zero Emissions" program this week. Details and ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.12.06

    Diesel was certainly the new black yesterday on AutoblogGreen. From BMW's announcement it would run two 355d vehicles at the Thunderhill enduro to Alfa's reemergence to WTCC with diesel to some Texas mesquite biodiesel, the cleaner petroleum fuel was all the rage. And this isn't even mentioning ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.11.06

    From left to right in the pictures above: Ford's 2006 Escape hybrid, which is up for recall; a pipeline, similar to the one proposed by U.S. Senators for ethanol distribution in the Midwesl; a car dealership, which represents a shift last month in what online car shoppers were searching for (hint, ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.10.06

    A few interesting announcement on upcoming green cars in the U.S. out yesterday. Mitsubishi says they'll bring an electric car to the market. Dodge Ram trucks are going to be delivered with biodiesel in the tank. And if you're a fan of the band Gomez, you'll be glad to hear the band's fall tour is ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.09.06

    AutoblogGreen's been a busy place recently. We had so many posts since Friday that to list them all here would truly make for a gangly post. Therefore, it gives me great pleasure to introduce you to the first "Yesterday on AutoblogGreen" with a jump. Enjoy all these topics: A tale of ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.06.06

    Yesterday, AutoblogGreen revisited a few evergreen ecological debates. Is it better to throw things away and start over with new, cleaner technology (Ford's lightbulbs)? Does new technology carry with it too much damaging R&R waste to make it worthwhile (Hummer vs. Prius)? Should cops be riding ...

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    AutoblogGreen for 10.05.06

    Nissan unveiled their first hybrid vehicle yesterday at the Orange County Auto Show. AutoblogGreen's Mike Magda was on hand and snapped up some pictures and got some details, too. Mike also had time to pen a little outrage against free market types who want market choices over environmental sense. ...


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