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    Spy Photos: Opel Agila

    Because GM has said that Opel and Saturn will be virtually indistinguishable by 2014, every new Opel piques our curiosity. And guess what? Thanks to Hans Lehmann Photo, we have a spy pic of a new Opel. The vehicle is a heavily disguised prototype of the new Opel Agila. As with the current Agila, ...

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    Leak Peek: Say hello to the new Renault Twingo

    click the picture above for a galleryContinuing on its established theme of versatility and efficient use of space is the new Renault Twingo, set to be unveiled today in Geneva. This is the production version of the recent Twingo Concept, and it hasn't been watered down very much for production. As ...

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    Honda recalls 270,000 vehicles in Japan and elsewhere

    Honda announced yesterday that they would recall 270,000 vehicles throughout Japan and China. The two vehicles affected by the recall are the Odyssey minivan and Life kei car.In the case of the Odyssey, a problematic electrical circuit in the windshield wiper unit has resulted in two minivans ...

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    Nissan Moon city-car concept

    Designer Robert Hoffmann drew up this Nissan concept for an auto magazine. The futuristic conveyance is not intended for production, but it's an interesting exercise just the same. The oversized rear wheels are slanted inward, and move backward for highway cruising, optimizing space when retracted ...

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    New peek at next SMART fortwo

    Mercedes-Benz has decided to provoke our curiosity once again over the next generation SMART fortwo. We've already seen a sand sculpture of it, as well as some mysterious detail shots that promote Coke, but today SMART has released a pair of brand new renderings (second shot after the jump) ahead ...

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    Toyota Aygo may make it to U.S.

    Why you ask? They already have the Yaris taking care of the B-segment market, why on earth would they want to import something even smaller? One word: SMART.According to Inside Line's sources, Toyota may bring the Aygo, already a popular city-car in Europe, over to the U.S. in two-door form to ...

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    Awww... how cute - Daihatsu Trevis charms Europe

    Our friends at Autoblog Spanish bring news of Daihatsu's new Trevis city car. With retro styling that apes the general look of the original Mini (with two extra doors, of course), the little Trevis is easy on they eyes. Where it really shines, however, is at the pump. City cars are fuel misers and ...

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    Mitsubishi keeping an "i" on the British Motor Show

    An unlikely visitor made the trip from Japan to London for the British Motor Show. Joining the rest of Mitsubishi's lineup at ExCeL is one of Mitsubishi's "i" kei cars. Mitsubishi UK is in the final stages of a feasability study as to whether or not there's a market for the "i" in Britain. The ...

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    Nissan to market Suzuki city car in Europe

    As part of the partnership agreement between Nissan and Suzuki that we reported a few days ago, a Nissan Motor spokesperson in the U.K. has confirmed that Suzuki will build a new city car for Nissan to sell in Europe.Scheduled for a 2007 launch, the city car will reportedly be an all-new model. The ...

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    British Charade continues to develop

    Long gone from the U.S. marketplace, Daihatsu continues to do quite well in other markets, particularly with Toyota's recent cash infusions. The handful of Charade owners still in the U.S. likely wouldn't recognise the current model, but in case Daihatsuphiles are wondering how the ...


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