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Updated 2016 Audi A6 Got Good Result in IIHS Small Overlap Test

For those who are in the market of buying the Audi A6, if the bigger discount on the 2015 model seems tempting to you, you may want to think twice now, since the 2016 model has some fundamental enhancements which you should seriously consider.


You may have already known major changes in the 2016 A6 are in:

– Upgraded engine output (2.0T: 220hp => 252hp, 3.0T: 310hp => 333hp)
– Minor tweaks to the exterior styling
– Better graphic chips for the LCD display

However, there is at least one more critical improvement made to the 2016 model: the front-end and passenger cabin structure are strengthened, and are more stiff to achieve the “Good” rating in the latest IIHS small ove...

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Brief Analysis: The GM 3.0L Twin-Turbo Engine on the Cadillac CT6 Flagship

2016 Cadillac CT6 Summary and Highlights

Cadillac is going to debut its brand-new CT6 full-size luxury sedan flagship in the upcoming 2015 NY auto show. Today, information regarding the CT6 is released before the official debut event. The most important news is the all-new 3.0L twin-turbo, and another new 3.6L naturally aspirated engine. In this article, we will first quickly go over the highlights, and then provide a short analysis on this new 3.0L turbo V6 engine.


Above image: the Cadillac CT6 sedan in a teaser video

Highlights about the Cadillac CT6:

– 3...

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Cadillac Brings Down CTS Pricing

Cadillac CTS Price Drop

When you want your product to upmarket, the typical way is enhancing your product design and quality, and then raising its price.

This was exactly what Cadillac had done to its latest 3rd-gen CTS sedan: the new CTS sedan is way¬†better than its predecessor in all aspects, plus it’s more expensive. It looks like Cadillac shouldn’t worry about its sales.


But in fact, the sales of the new CTS sedan is now proven to be big trouble to the auto maker...

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A Night with Cadillac

Yesterday night I attended Cadillac’s “Road to Table” event in Laguna Beach, CA.

The idea of this program is connecting the car driving experience with fine dining pleasures, which similar to Lincoln’s “Day Night” program.


The difference between the two is: for Cadillac they just let you drive the CTS for a couple miles to the restaurant, then treat you with a dinner; for Lincoln, they lend you a MKC or MKZ for 2 days, and give you a $100 debit card; you can go to anywhere within the 48-hr period, no mileage restriction, and you can use the $100 anywhere, not necessarily in a restaurant, even though Lincoln suggests you to.

Cadillac held the Orange County Road to Table e...

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Redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Camaro Will Come with 4-Cylinder Turbo Engine

2015 will be the last model year for the current generation of Camaro. For the next generation, which starts at 2016, the Camaro will be build on the GM Alpha platform which the current Cadillac CTS is also using.

By using the new platform, it is expected that the 2016 Camaro will lose several hundred pounds of weight when compared to the current generation. For your reference, the 2015 Camaro with V6 engine has a curb weight of 3700lb+, which makes it almost as heavy as some mid-size RWD luxury sedans.

But the biggest news is that the 2016 Camaro will offer a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged engine...

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