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Lexus Unveils Cleaner, Greener Compact Exec CT 200H

Fri, 24 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

BUYERS seeking the often-mythical combination of premium ambience and supermini levels of economy can now look to the revised Lexus CT 200h. The Japanese firm has revised its compact exec hybrid for 2014 with a class-leading 82g/km CO2 rating and combined fuel consumption of 78.5mpg. No doubt Lexus hopes the changes will tempt an increasing number of business users to the CT.

Focus RS – get 345 Mountune horses from your Ford dealer

Fri, 09 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The Focus RS Mountune Power Kit gives you the power of an RS500 If you’re busy spitting feathers because you’re one of the unlucky thousands who tried to throw £35k at Ford for one of the limited edition Focus RS500s last week, worry not. You can save yourself a not inconsiderable chunk of change by taking your current Focus RS off to your local RS dealer and getting a Mountune Performance Upgrade Package and match the RS500 performance for rather less than the extra £10k the RS500 costs. Ford have a long history of working with Mountune to get more out of their production cars – Mountune even supplied the engines for the original Sierra RS500 BTCC entries –  and there are already Mountune kits available to get more from your Ford – without screwing with the warranty – for the Focus ST, the old Fiesta ST and even the latest Fiesta.

F1: Back in the U.S.A. 2012

Wed, 26 May 2010 00:00:00 -0700

The F1 Grand Prix Circus returns to the USA in 2012 The Americans have never really fallen in love with Formula One in the way the rest of the world – and particularly the Europeans – have. They have plenty of race series of their own, many arguably more exciting. Which you would think would be a good enough reason not to worry too much about the lack of a US Grand Prix on the calendar since the last one in Indianapolis in 2007.