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2017 Red Toyota Tacoma

Toyota Diesel Trucks, Late To The Party?

Toyota trucks globally are famous for twos things; something found in virtually every Toyota, unrelenting reliability, and Toyota’s diesel motors. Any Toyota enthusiast in the US will gripe about the how the Hilux in not available in the US market. Now I’m not so sure the Hilux is that much better a light truck than the Tacoma here in the US but it does have that one thing the Tacoma never seems like it will, a diesel engine, namely Toyotas own DT4, 2.8L diesel motor.
Tesla Model S GPS problem and fix

The Tesla Model S GPS Problem, and How to Fix It

Tesla Model S owners have reported a strange issue recently, the onboard GPS is getting stuck in a single position. Moving, not moving, charging not charging, the car on the GPS display never changes positions, even when the car is miles away, assumable stuck where the problem first occurred. If the owner tries to map a route somewhere the GPS begins it at the perceived point of the car and will not find the car at its actual location to properly map the route.
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2018 Honda Accord 'Bests' Sedan Segment in Comfort and Turbo Performance

Last week I got behind the wheel of Honda’s latest and greatest Accord advent, and drove it to triple digits. Epic! That’s an understatement. 2018 Honda Accord "bests" the midsize near-premium sedan segment in comfort and turbo performance, and much more. This is the best Accord ever produced.
2018 VW Tiguan

VW's New 6/72 Warranty Longest In Industry, Also Transferrable

With the start of the new model year, Volkswagen has extended coverage of "The People's First Warranty" on its new vehicles to six years and 72,000 miles. It is now the longest new-car warranty in the industry and it is also tranferrable if the car is traded. The new owner picks up the balance. VW had formerly used an industry-standard 3/36 warranty.
Tesla Model X Europe Trip

Cross European Tesla Model X Adventure From Norway To Greece

Tesla haters and electric skeptics all like to sight the same arguments when talking about why not to buy an electric vehicle. One of the big ones is “well what happens when you run out of power?” The answer is nothing really. You don’t unless you are extremely careless or unlucky. And If that’s the case well, yeah, you’re in a bit of a situation.

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