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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.

More Problems for the New Toyota Tundra

The new Toyota Tundra has had quite a few dings against it lately. First the truck failed to grab 5 stars in safety tests (two times), Toyota started to offer rebates on some of the configurations, and now there are camshaft quality issues. Reportedly there have been 20 Tundras equipped with the 5.7L V8 that have had their camshafts snap....

What Does the Future Hold For Honda's Luxury Division (Acura)?

There has been a lot of buzz lately about the future of Honda's luxury/ performance brand, Acura. Their current lineup is somewhat bland and uninspiring. The TSX and TL were great when they were first released in 2003 and 2004, but now they lag behind the competition. The RL had issues from the beginning, mainly due to a lack...

Should Nissan Make an Altima Convertible?

According to Autoweek, Nissan is thinking about making a convertible version of its new Altima Coupe that was just released. Nissan wants to expand the Altima line and a convertible seems like the next logical step. If Nissan does produce the Altima Coupe it would compete with the Chrysler Sebring, Pontiac G6 and the Toyota Solara. It is interesting that...

Who Cares About the Prius When the New MINI D Gets 72.4 mpg!

This fall BMW is going to launch many changes to the current MINI lineup that will result in increased fuel-efficiency across all models. The changes will result in increased engine performance and fuel efficiency all without the use of hybrid technology or alternative fuels. The new MINIs will start to be produced in August 2007 and will feature many technological...

Wanna Win a New 2007 Dodge Nitro?

Autoblog has launched a redesigned site and to celebrate it they teamed up with Dodge to give away a new 2007 Dodge Nitro R/T to one lucky reader. You can enter everyday from now until June 15th. So head over there and give them your support! Who knows you may also win a new car. Enter Here: Autoblog

Sales of Diesel Cars will Outsell Hybrids in the US by 2012?

According to a new report by Ricardo and UBS, diesel powered cars will outsell hybrids by 2012. Right now diesel cars barely register on the radar in the US, but in the next few years many automakers will offer diesel versions of their popular vehicles. The report predicts that hybrids will not be able to compete with diesels, due to...

2008 Toyota Sequoia Spy Photos…Do We Need Another Gas Guzzling SUV?

The first spy photos of the upcoming 2008 Toyota Sequoia have surfaced. As you can tell the new SUV will adopt many styling cues from the new Tundra. The new Sequoia will use the same V8 engines and transmissions as the new Tundra. Who still buys these things with the current gas prices? Click the link below to see more photos of...

The Mini-Cayenne Porsche Roxster SUV will Be Based on the Upcoming Audi Q5

Porsche is working on a new small SUV that will be based on the upcoming Audi Q5 SUV. The new SUV is reportedly going to be named the Porsche Roxster and will slot below the Porsche Cayenne SUV. The Audi Q5 is expected to be released as a 2008 model and the new Roxster will probably arrive a year or...

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!!

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