That Was the Week in Cars that Was

· The US to Get Fit: Honda Aims to Sell 60,000 Subcompacts in the States
Color us Jazzed. D'oh.

· Oh, Calcutta: Indian City to Outlaw Rickshaw
We're still not used to calling it "Kalkota;" now they're pulling this on us?

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· Ferrari to Unveil F430 Challenge Racer in Frankfurt
And now, for our next trick, we will perform our evergreen "drooling with pure automotive lust" act.

· Alex Roy's Bullrun 2005 Wrapup, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7
Every nail-biting episode of the Team Polizei Chronicles, all wrapped up in one easy-to-click package!

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· 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca Limited, Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
Some people think the B9 Tribeca is ugly. Some of those people are us.

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· Wife of New Daimler Boss in Booze Scandal
Gisela gets the kids liquored up.

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· Hey, Hey! LBJ! They're Selling Your Car in Monterey!
Lyndon's Lincoln goes on the block, nets 94k.

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· Suzuki Blames GM-Partner Cars for Poor Quality Scores
Thankfully the General seems to have no interest in sportbikes.

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· Inside VW's Hush-Hush SiliValley Facility
We've been to Magic Mountain. Magic Mountain is a friend of ours. You, Volkswagen, are no Magic Mountain.

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· Nissan Officially Unveils 2006 350Z Models
Who says you can't take a Z-Car to a sock hop?

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