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2015 Ford Focus Sedan being renewed before the arrival of the Mondeo

2015 Ford Focus Sedan

With the arrival of the new generation of Ford Mondeo just around the corner, the U.S. firm has renovated the four-door variant of the Ford Focus. The new Ford Focus Sedan has been officially presented at the Hall of New York.

After presenting at the last Geneva Motor the renovated Ford Focus, one month later, Ford is back to present the corresponding ‘restyling’ of a four-door sedan version of the compact. How could it be otherwise? LED technology is also a novelty in the headlights of the new Focus sedan. read more »

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Suzuki Launches 2010 Kizashi Sedan

2010 Kizashi SedanAmerican Suzuki Motor Corp. takes a bold step forward with its fall introduction of the 2010 Kizashi. Known primarily as a maker of small vehicles and high-performance motorcycles, December will mark the showroom debut of the 2010 Suzuki Kizashi (pronounced “Kee-Zah-Shee”), the company’s first entry into the all-wheel-drive sport sedan segment. Benchmarked against some of the leading cars in the world, the all-new 2010 Kizashi becomes an instant car-of-the-year contender in its own right. With the launch of the Kizashi, Suzuki delivers a unique blend of dynamic performance attributes and premium design aesthetics and craftsmanship yet to be experienced in this category. Scheduled to arrive in Suzuki’s North American showrooms before the end of the year, the Kizashi will serve as the company’s flagship vehicle, further expanding and strengthening its award-winning product line of high-quality small cars, trucks and SUVs. read more »

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Hyundai Set to Launch New Mid-Size Sedan

Hyundai YFHyundai Motor Company is preparing to unveil its all-new mid-sized sedan, codenamed YF, ahead of the car’s official launch on Sept 10th in the Korean domestic market.

The new YF will be fitted with a 6-speed automatic transmission and delivers excellent performance through its 2.0 litre Theta-II petrol engine. Delivering 7.8 litres per 100 km*, it achieves the lowest fuel consumption in its segment in Korea. read more »