Mexicans Limited To Importing Cars From 1998, I Sold My Taurus Too Soon

Growing up in Texas, it wasn't unusual to see caravans of used cars of a certain "vintage" being towed or driven to Mexico to be sold to consumers on the other side of the border. Especially popular were Chrysler minivans of the early 1990s. That's all going to change now that Mexico has limited imports to cars that… » 3/04/08 11:10am 3/04/08 11:10am

Chinese First to Open Bonnet on New MG

Automotive News reports that the sporting car revival is set to begin at Chinese MG dealers next month. The long version of the MG will pack a 2.5 liter engine and a pricetag of 39,940 bucks. Three shorter versions will feature a 1.8 liter powerplant and a sticker of 22,630 to 26,590 dollars. The MG global launch will… » 8/24/07 11:45am 8/24/07 11:45am

MG 7 Ready For Export Soon

Malaysia, Russia and Britain could be seeing the reborn MG on their roads as soon as the second half of next year. Nanjing Auto — who plucked the marque from a cluster of classic British brands that never truly recovered from the British Leyland debacle — claims that they've passed UK emissions testing and are ready… » 6/25/07 3:15pm 6/25/07 3:15pm

China Exports Great Wall of Pickups

Quick. Name the automaker that accounts for 70% of truck exports from China, and that increased exports by 431% since 2004. Nope, it's ChangCheng, or "Great Wall," whose year-to-date export volume of crew-cab pickups (pictured), SUVs and off-road vehicles recently topped 7,120. You haven't heard of them because while… » 8/03/05 4:12pm 8/03/05 4:12pm