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Marc Carter is the Editor-in-Chief and founder of Diabetesss. When he's not writing news or reviews for Diabetesss, he also contributes to Inhabitat.com.

Nissan is Going to Launch Three Vehicles to Go Head to Head With Scion in 2009

According to the Nikkei, Nissan is going to launch three subcompact cars in the US. The cars are expected to be here by the end of next year. The new cars will allow Nissan to compete with Toyota's Scion. The Nissan Cube, Nissan's version of the Scion xB has been rumored to come here for a while. The newest rumor...

Fifth Gear Takes the VW GTI Sideways! It's So Awesome!

Fifth Gear has done another awesome video and this time it is on the VW GTI. Awesome!!

2009 Mercedes-Benz GLK Spy Photos…The GLK is Going to Take on the X3

Spy photos of the upcoming 2009 Mercedes-Benz GLK SUV have been captured. The new SUV is based on the C-Class and will compete against the BMW X3 and Land Rover LR2 SUVs. The 2009 GLK takes many styling cues from the larger GL-class SUV. The "K" stands for klein, which is small in German. It is not known when the...

Should the US Adopt Gas Taxes as High as Europe?

Everyday there are news stories about record gas prices in the U.S. Consumers are constantly complaining and overall consumer spending has been hurt by the high gas prices. Analysts and politicians continue to debate on possible solutions to the problem. Lately it seems that arguments for extra taxes are consistently on the table. Now comes an argument that the...

All New York City Cabs Will be Hybrids by 2012…Finally!

New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced plans to have all taxis in NYC powered by hybrid powertrains. There are currently 13,000 taxis running up and down the streets of NYC. The first step is to increase the current 400 hybrid taxis to 1,000 by October 2008. In addition by October 2008 all taxis in NYC must get...

Kia is Working on a Performance Vehicle to Go Against the WRX

Kia has announced that they are going to use "XR" to badge their upcoming performance models. Kia unveiled the Cee'd XR in South Korea last week. The five-door hatchback had larger wheels and various body refinements. Kia is still working on possible turbocharged engines for the Euro market and a supercharged engine for the U.S. market. The supercharged Kia would...

Would a Small Mercedes-Benz Sell Well in the US?

Due to record gas prices and a rising demand for fuel-efficient vehicles in the US, Mercedes-Benz is considering the idea of importing its next generation of the B-Class to the US. They are also working on a new "baby" SUV that is smaller than the current M-Class. If the B-Class does make it to the US it will not be...

2010 Acura NSX Caught Testing in Germany?

Spy photographers spotted an interesting Honda S2000 in a workshop next to the Nurburgring. They managed to catch a few shots of the car, although it has remained in the workshop all day. What is interesting about the S2000 is that it has been heavily modified with riveted panels to add length and width to the car. The hood line...

2008 Ford Taurus X Will Start at $27,365..Lets Hope it Does Better than the Freestyle!

Ford has released the pricing of the new 2008 Ford Taurus X crossover. The Taurus X that replaces the Freestyle in Ford's lineup will start at $27,365. The new car is basically the old Freestyle with a new name, more powerful 3.5L V6, and revised front and rear styling. The big news for the 08' version is the return of...

2009 Dodge Ram 1500 Spy Photos…It Ditches its Big Rig Looks!

PickupTruck.com has posted new spy photos of the upcoming 2009 Dodge Ram. These pictures show a new front end that is been welded to the current truck. The new styling of the Ram pickup is going to move away from its "big rig" looks so that it is more aerodynamic, thereby improving fuel economy. Although the front end is new...

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