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Browse Curated Automotive Content Without A Search Engine - The Auto Channel A Focused Content Channel

Browse Curated Automotive Content Without A Search Engine - The Auto Channel A Focused Content Channel

The Auto Channel The Automotive Data Research Hub functions as a massive silo, eliminating a need for an enterprise level web wide search engine. Delivering relevant information without an advertising based search tool, because it only had to search within our single subject Focused Content Channel. This interactive on ... Continue reading

Nutson's Auto News Digest - Week Ending July 4, 2020

Nutson's Auto News Digest - Week Ending July 4, 2020

China's Wuhan Virus Still Affecting Our Auto Universe; US Sales First Half Results; Auto Advertising On Facebook Cut; Congress Touts EV's With Tax Rebates; Ward's Best Interiors; Toyota Brand Most Valuable; DieselGate Still Lives; UAW Changes?; Byton EV Bye Bye?; New Model Reveals Virtually; New Bronco Goes Mousy; New ... Continue reading

Nutson's Weekly Auto News Digest June 22-27, 2020

Nutson's Weekly Auto News Digest June 22-27, 2020

June is expected to be another small step “back to normal.” According to a forecast released by Cox Automotive, the seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of auto sales in June will finish at 12.6 million, down significantly from last year’s 17.2 million pace, but up from May’s 12.2 million level. ... Continue reading

2020 Mustang Convertible Auto Channel Review by Thom Cannell

2020 Mustang Convertible Auto Channel Review by Thom Cannell

2020 Mustang Convertible; The EcoBoost engine was a torque monster (have you ever said that about a four cylinder engine?). Fuel economy was surprising, coming in around 25 mpg overall in mostly urban stop-and-go driving with many, too many stoplights. ... Continue reading

Nutson's Auto News Digest - Week Ending June 21, 2020

Nutson's Auto News Digest - Week Ending June 21, 2020

This Week's Auto News: Mahindra Does Too Look Like A Jeep; NHTSA Autonomous Vehicles Group; New Models Virtually Revealed; BP Devalues Reserves; New Bronco Reveal Moved To July 13; GM Happy Facing; SUV Walker Killer (Maybe Install Cow Catchers?); UK Green Perks; Lyft Wants You To Pay For EV Implementatioin; New AAA Car ... Continue reading

2021 Nissan Rogue Tom and Larry Take A Close Up Look

2021 Nissan Rogue Tom and Larry Take A Close Up Look

2021 Rogue, and all-new replacement for the somewhat aging, but still popular nameplate. Rogue is the brand’s best-selling platform and one of what the company says are five new models due “soon”. The mid-size SUV marketplace is hot, crowded and wildly varied with prices from Land Rover to Kia. ... Continue reading

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Review by Thom Cannell and Steve Purdy

2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid Review by Thom Cannell and Steve Purdy

Car Review, Hyundai Review, The new 2020 Sonata Hybrid updates styling and design with yet more swoopyness and tweaks engineering details substantially while enhancing content needed to keep pace with competitors. From what we heard today it sounds like the competition should be worried. ... Continue reading

Nutson's Weekly Automotive News Digest - Week Ending May 23, 2020

Nutson's Weekly Automotive News Digest - Week Ending May 23, 2020

* Important or pithy automotive news, Opinion and back stories in expert-created easy to digest news nuggets. ... Continue reading

TACH Automotive News Library Indexed By Single Topics (1993-2020)

TACH Automotive News Library Indexed By Single Topics (1993-2020)

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2020 Nissan Frontier News From Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) eMeeting | By Larry Nutson and Thom Cannell

2020 Nissan Frontier News From Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA) eMeeting | By Larry Nutson and Thom Cannell

After a short delay, Nissan “again” debuted its 2020 Frontier. We say “again”, as they first put it on display at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show in February with modest details. ... Continue reading

Nutson's Weekly Automotive News Digest Week Ending May 9, 2020

Nutson's Weekly Automotive News Digest Week Ending May 9, 2020

Mazda Continues Free Service To Health Care Heroes; The U.S. employment devastation; Kia and Hyundai Open Now Building; US New Car Sales Continue Slide, European Sales Disappear; Online Sales May Help; Chinese Sale Rise; Scale Model Kits Racing Ahead; Airbag News; Engine Rats Increasing; BMW Ends Europe Delivery Debuts ... Continue reading

2020 Volkswagen Jettas Review by Thom Cannell

2020 Volkswagen Jettas Review by Thom Cannell

I’ve got two Jetta’s—and I love them each the same. ... Continue reading

Nutson's Weekly Wrap-up - A Digest Of Key Automotive News and Opinion Week Ending May 2, 2020

Nutson's Weekly Wrap-up - A Digest Of Key Automotive News and Opinion Week Ending May 2, 2020

Why Is The Sky Blue?; Auto Makers Still Blue; Ethanol Makers Dark Blue; Ford and GM Delays New Models and Cancels Others; Carless NYC; Drivers Speeding Along, 180MPH in a 70mph Zone...Ballsy; Car Buyers Delaying; MB Concours d'Zoom; NASCAR Hopeful; INDY500 July 4?; RIP Pony Man Gale Halderman . ... Continue reading

Nutson's Auto News Nuggets - A Recap Of Key Automotive News Week Ending April 18, 2020

Nutson's Auto News Nuggets - A Recap Of Key Automotive News Week Ending April 18, 2020

Wuhan Virus Grips USA and World; Auto Sales In The Tank, Auto Sales Now Essential, Manufacturers Wuhan Virus Responses, C.A.R. Goes Virtual, Cadillac Blackwing Coming, NASCAR, E Grand Prix Updates, Pony.AI ... Continue reading

2020 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagon and Jetta Alltrack; two reasons to ditch your crossover

2020 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagon and Jetta Alltrack; two reasons to ditch your crossover

Sunshine, beauty, and plenty of slower cars and trucks to pass, all designed to show the responsiveness of the Alltrack. Though power is modest on paper, on the road we passed with ease, brisk acceleration slinging us around slower vehicles with ease. Later, down on “the mitten”, those automatic headlights made dri ... Continue reading

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