Scary Rides for Halloween

Here are some scary rides just in time for Halloween!

Check out all the scary rides from MSN.com.

Aveo variants coming

As a big fan of the upcoming Aveo, we see GM making a very smart move to add crossover and sedan versions of the sporty economy car!

From AutoGuide.com:

A sedan model will be essential for the U.S. market, where hatchbacks are slowly gaining acceptance, but have been a traditionally tough sell. The Aveo sedan will likely debut at the Detroit Auto Show in January, but details of the car still haven’t been fully fleshed out.

The crossover will likely be built on a stretched Aveo platform with available all wheel drive, and a premium interior with certain components taken from upmarket Opel models like the Insignia. GM Daewoo bosses, who were responsible for developing the Aveo, were quick to stress that the Aveo would not infringe on Opel or Vauxhall cars, which will retain their premium brand and get their own versions of the Aveo crossover.

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Ram Laramie Longhorn wins Top Truck of Texas

Dodge RAM Laramie Longhorn has been named top truck in Texas over the weekend by the Texas Auto Writers Association from the Detroit News.

Detroit — A version of the Chrysler’s Ram pickup truck was named the top truck in Texas over the weekend by the Texas Auto Writers Association, Chrysler Group LLC said in a statement.

Ford Motor Co.’s trucks were named the best truck lineup, Ford said in a statement.

Texas is the country’s largest pickup truck market, making up 17 percent of U.S. sales, Chrysler and Ford said in statements.

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Bullz-Eye had a chance to see the Longhorn first hand at the Texas State Fair!

Fiat moving toward 51% ownership of Chrysler

Fiat could very likely own 51% of Chrysler in the next few years. If that happens Sergio Marchionne might have made the biggest and smartest one sided bet of the great recession!

From Detroit Free Press:

Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat and Chrysler, told analysts Thursday that Fiat plans to raise its ownership of Chrysler from 20% to 35% by the end of 2011 “barring unforeseen circumstances.”

Marchionne’s comments came in a conference call after the Italian automaker reported third-quarter earnings of 170 million euros, or $236 million.

Fiat can increase its Chrysler stake in 5% increments by meeting three objectives. The first objective, to be achieved early next year, is the launch of a 1.4-liter four-cylinder MultiAir engine built at its Dundee, Mich., factory, in the Mexican-assembled Fiat 500 minicar.

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Car review of the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible

The staff over at Bullz-Eye.com reviewed the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible! Read on to see what they had to say about this impressive ride.

There are so many ways to describe the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible Sport 6MT, and we heard all sorts of compliments as we were test-driving the vehicle. One common reaction involves the open mouth with the jaw dropping. Others just say “WOW.” We were just as impressed as the casual observers, so if you’re considering a luxury vehicle, we strongly recommend that you put the 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible Sport 6MT on your list!
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The 2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible Sport 6MT we tested was Vibrant Red, which really made the car look sleek and classy. The 3-piece power retractable hardtop was easy to use, as you just press one button and it takes all of 30 seconds to lift or drop the top. Watching it in action is reminiscent of a Transformer ready to change up for the next adventure. The 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels with P225/45R19 front and P245/40R 19 rear tires were in a league of their own as they gave the G37 both an elegant and muscular look that was right on the mark and what you would expect from Infiniti.

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