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Toyota Prius V wagon starts production in Japan {Autoblog Green}

Mar 10th 2011 4:23PM "34.3 cubic feet of interior space"

make that cargo space

Hyundai Sonata Wagon? Comely i40 revealed ahead of Geneva debut {Autoblog Archive}

Feb 17th 2011 2:31PM Hyundai's lack of a luxury brand means they can make their cars as stylish as they can. Toyota/Honda is forced to make their mass market brands as homely as possible so buyers will spend more to buy the "luxury" car (which underneath is exactly the same as the homely one).

Wikileaks: U.S. believes Saudi Arabia is running out of oil {Autoblog Archive}

Feb 9th 2011 5:33PM @Snark McGee

Great, now you've given a reason for Republicans to start calling petrol "solar energy".


First Drive: 2012 Ford Focus {Autoblog Archive}

Feb 1st 2011 12:46PM The current headrests are CAUSING neck injury.

First Drive: 2012 Ford Focus {Autoblog Archive}

Jan 31st 2011 6:13PM Well, my neck doesn't bend at a 45 degree angle from by body, like this car wants me to do. I tend to sit with my head in the vertical position. Until there's a car with a more neutral positioned headrest, I won't be buying a new car.

First Drive: 2012 Ford Focus {Autoblog Archive}

Jan 31st 2011 1:47PM Those headrests look painful. I'll pass...

Seatbelt use up to 85% nationally, 1 in 7 adults still don't buckle up [w/poll] {Autoblog Archive}

Jan 5th 2011 9:22PM At least seat belt use it still a choice. With the new head restraint requirements, we have no choice but to have our necks and heads contorted while we drive.

Report: Bob Lutz gives Lotus a 60% chance of success {Autoblog Archive}

Dec 15th 2010 1:48PM Has this guy done anything positive for GM? All his projects have been canceled. Get rid of him and his crack pot mouth.

Study: The Toyota Prius has a dirty side after all - manufacturing {Autoblog Archive}

Oct 19th 2010 10:50PM Short of killing yourself, the next best way to reduce your carbon footprint is to walk everywhere.

The only option to the devastation of humanity is renewable energy. There is no middle ground.

Second Drive: 2011 Hyundai Sonata 2.0T {Autoblog Archive}

Oct 14th 2010 5:32PM "AB has been on a roll with these reviews lately - very well written and photographed."

Hardly. Their reviews lack any test drive feedback. They read more like marketing materiel.

From this article:

"Hyundai says that the jump to 60 mph from a dead stop takes just 6.8 seconds, and we're inclined to believe them."

Really? Why don't you test this yourself AB, and confirm it?