Cars : March 2010 Archive

Nissan Juke vs. Ford Focus Wagon: Which is Best?

Have you been itching to replace that old sedan you’re driving? Well, the 2010 Geneva Motor Show has just yielded two great choices that you might want to consider. One is the Nissan Juke with the very imposing front end. Its one-of-a-kind front design got its inspiration from the Qazana concept that was unveiled at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. The Nissan juke is equipped with thin and sharply slanting running lights, huge round headlights mounted just above the equally massive grille. Its design is radical to say the least and those who want to stand out will surely love this crossover.

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2 Comments Mar 9, 2010 FordNissan

2010 Geneva Motor Show is Full of Greens

The 2010 Geneva Motor Show has already begun. It started on March 4 and will end on March 14, 2010. Once again, the 80th edition of the said motor show has attracted lots of auto enthusiasts from all over the world. They are just dying to see first-hand what is in store for the automotive industry in the coming months.

Auto makers have unveiled their latest awe-inspiring creations. A lot of them went for green or environment-friendly cars. Even though they are green cars, their manufacturers made sure they are also capable of superior road performance.

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Mar 9, 2010 Events

Mercedes Benz F800 is a Must-Have Hybrid

Mercedes Benz F800

Mercedes is showing something really cool and new at the Geneva Motor Show. The Mercedes-Benz F800 is a concept sedan unlike any other sedan ever produced by the said auto maker. This concept sedan is looks so sophisticated with its angular profile and aggressive-looking fascia. Its headlights remind me of almond eyes with its upward tilt. The roof is kind of low but it looks great as the line smoothly flows down the slanting hood.

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1 Comment Mar 8, 2010 Mercedes

Safety Issues Prompts Nissan Recall

Yet another recall, this time it’s issued by Nissan. The recall is going to be a huge one with global recall target around 540,000 units. This is huge but still, not as massive as Toyota’s which reach more than 8 million. Out of this figure, 32,147 vehicles with defective fuel gauge and 15, 670 vehicles with deficient brake pedal pins are in the Middle East.

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Mar 4, 2010 Nissan