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Chrysler

With the remaining assets of the Maxwell Motor Company, Walter P. Chrysler founded the Chrysler Corporation on June 6, 1925. By 1928 the company founded the Plymouth brand for the low priced and DeSoto for the medium priced ends of the market. They were able to set up a full range of brands similar to […]

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Fiat Doblo Review

The Fiat Doblo focuses mainly on transporting people. This is a welcome change for many buyers who are fed up with the techno-savvy cars lately that incorporate as many high-tech features into one vehicle as humanly possible, while sacrificing comfort or functionality. The Doblo concentrates on what it is built to do transport people. The […]

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Audi RS4 Car Review

The RS4 takes its place among a long line of high performance Audis. Drastic changes in exterior design coupled with a four-wheel drive system and a more powerful engine combine to create one excellent automobile. On the outside the A4 can be identified by its Xenon headlamps and deep front bumper with air intakes on […]

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Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo manufactures Italian automobiles and was originally founded in 1907 by Cavalier Ugo Stella who was partnered with Alexandre Darracq. Through the years the firm has been bought and sold several times and has been in and out of financial trouble. During World War II the Alfa factory was destroyed. After the war the […]

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Ford Fiesta Still UK’s Best-Seller

New sales figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that the Ford Fiesta was still the most popular vehicle in the UK in September. Of the 403,136 total cars sold in the month, 20,629 of them were Ford Fiestas. It is the best-selling car of 2013. Second in 2013 is […]

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