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Updated 2012 Mazda MX-5s have begun rolling off the company's production line in Hiroshima, Japan. The updates improve brake and throttle reponse, pedestrian safety, and give the MX-5 a slightly wider-mouthed look. Give me the 2012 Mazda MX-5's details The more aggressive front grille design is more aerodynamically efficient, according to Mazda.Mon, 19 Jul 2010
By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 19 July 2010 10:20 Honda is perking up the Insight hybrid petrol-electric car this autumn in response to customer feedback. In particular, the new 2010 Insight gets mods to the suspension to improve the ride and a few more luxurious cabin trimmings. It seems that Honda's taken some flak over the way the Insight drives, and engineers have focused on improving the Insight's ride comfort and refinement.Mon, 18 Feb 2013
The new Nissan Note has turned in to a Ford Fiesta basher as Nissan turn the Note from a boring little MPV in to a convincing small hatch. We did think the Invitation would be watered down to produce a slightly titivated new Note for production, but much of the style has found its way through in to the new Note – which we first saw in the JDM Nissan Note last summer – and the Note now looks set to take on proper compact hatches like the Ford Fiesta. The nose of the new Note is now more convincing – with new headlights and grill – and the doors get a great big feature crease that looks like a giant smoothing iron has stamped its mark, although Nissan say it’s a ‘Squash Line’ whose ‘angles were inspired by the flight of a fast moving squash ball travelling around a court’.