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BMW X5 facelift (2010) first pictures

Sat, 06 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0800

BMW is sprucing up its X5 SUV with range of cosmetic updates and engineering tweaks. Read on for our handy guide to how to spot the new 2010 X5 and what is new under the metal.How will I tell the new 2010 X5 apart from the old one?The headlamps on the X5 are new, the foglights move, air vents swell like a panting athlete's nostrils and the front bumpers have more body colour and fins in matt aluminium trim.Out back, new rear lights have BMW's now-trademark LED lighting bars emphasising horizontal lines of the X5. A range of SUV-atypical 19in and 20in wheels provide a planted stance for Chelsea, if not China.What's new under the bonnet of the facelifted X5?Eight-speed ZF automatic boxes are now standard across the board; their spread across the BMW range is endemic, in the quest for lower CO2 and higher mpg.

Merry Christmas 2012 from all at Cars UK

Tue, 25 Dec 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Happy Holidays, Seasons Greetings, Merry Christmas (or any felicitation that suits you) from all at Cars UK. Cars UK is all about the latest car news and reviews, so our own little elves don’t really get a day off. But we do make an exception for Christmas Day, so this is the only car news ‘story’ today.

Chrysler in crisis

Fri, 02 Mar 2007 00:00:00 -0800

By Liz Turner, in the US Motor Industry 02 March 2007 04:28 The trouble with Chrysler: the background In 1996 when Chrysler opened its $1.1bn headquarters in Auburn Hills, 30 miles north of Detroit, executives joked that if things didn’t work out, they could always sell it as a shopping mall. Following DaimlerChrysler’s annual press conference on 14 February, local realtors are, no doubt, sneaking in to take measurements. Chrysler Group announced a staggering operating loss of $1.5 billion for 2006, and in the subsequent question time, DaimlerChrysler’s CEO Dieter Zetsche said the company ‘will examine far-reaching strategic options with partners’.