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Tesla Charge Station Adapter

Model S Owners Are Unhappy With a New Adapter Allowing Other EVs To Charge at Tesla Chargers

Recently there were lots of mentions in the media that Tesla Destination Chargers are becoming crowded and as if this was not enough, now a new J1772 adapter allows other electric cars to charge at Tesla’s Destination Chargers. Not every Tesla Model S owner is happy with that, we all need to adjust and make space.
2017 Red Honda Civic

The Honda Civic Has Finally Grown Up

The Civic has been one of Honda’s most important models for decades. Until the 2007 Fit came along, it was its smallest and least expensive model sold in the US. Since the Civic was introduced for 1973, it has become slightly larger and better equipped with each new generation. It became the victim of cost-cutting decisions for the 2012 model year and faced heavy criticism and decreased sales as a result, but Honda reacted quickly and introduced a host of significant improvements for 2013 to save face.
2017 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Convertible

Ford Pauses Mustang, Focus and Lincoln Continental Production to Reduce Inventory Levels

Due to undesirably high inventory levels, Ford Motor Company will stop Ford Mustang production for two weeks in order to let dealers work down the current numbers before sending out more inventory – and the Mustang isn’t the only vehicle from FoMoCo facing this unexpected production downtime.
C7 Corvette ZR1 at the Nurburgring

The New Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 could be America's Greatest Performance Convertible

We have talked a great deal about the future of the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and the mid-engine supercar which could be called the Zora, but we haven’t talked much about the C7 Corvette ZR1 convertible – which could set a new benchmark for high performance American convertibles.
White 2017 Mazda Miata

Two types of Miata owners, maybe three: Which are you?

Mazda just unveiled its so-called Skyactiv-X homogenous charge compression ignition engine prototype, which promises to burn gasoline with diesel-like efficiency. But it’s clear that, even as Mazda is trying to squeeze as much energy as possible out of every last hydrocarbon drop, it’s looking ahead to a world where electricity is an increasingly important source of automotive propulsion. Does this mean an electric Mazda Miata?

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