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Special to The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jun. 26 2013, 5:00 AM EDT For the 2014 model year, the Q50 will feature a price rollback and a hybrid version. (Nissan) The first Infiniti to sport the brand's new Q-heavy nomenclature will also come
A 1966 Volvo owned by a retired teacher will pass the 3 million mile mark this fall.
Mr Foot has booked himself a place in the Asia Pacific final in August and potentially the world final in Sweden. The challenge held in Palmerston North involved driving a fully laden Volvo FH- 540Hp truck around a pre-determined course in the most
The Hindu (Left) Managing Director of Volvo Auto India, Tomas Ernberg, and Saketh Talwar of Talwar Cars at the launch of Volvo V40 in Hyderabad...Babu Talwar Cars Private Limited is offering these facilities for Volvo car owners at its new service
Irvin Gordon, 70, a retired teacher and a very careful owner of the Volvo bought the car for 2,650 pounds and said it never broke down since, reports Mirror. According to the report, the car has had 857 oil changes, 30 new drive belts, 150 fresh
His daughter Katie spotted the car on Facebook, even though she was thousands of miles away from their home in St...Saturday, June 8, 2013, 1:17 PM www.wkyc.com Jim Engelking has a newfound respect for social media after Facebook helped him locate
Volvo Cars chief executive Hakan Samuelsson said the Swedish luxury carmaker may eventually use spare capacity in China for exports. "First things first and that is to open up the factory, secure quality," Samuelsson said in an interview in Chengdu,
A 50-year-old motorcyclist was killed Saturday night after he lost control of his motorcycle near Jean. The motorcyclist was northbound on Las Vegas Boulevard about 10 p.m. when he lost control and veered off the west side of the road, said Nevada
America that it predicts will disappear within a year's time. This year's list reflects the brutally competitive nature of certain industries. Among those potentially headed into obscurity are two magazinesMartha Stewart Living and Road & Track.
Those initiatives were the subject of the third annual automotive technology symposium held May 9 at MIT's Sloan School of Management. Craig Fitzgerald, editorial director at Boston branded newsletter publisher IMN. In the introduction to the 1970's