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Citroën’s Hydropneumatic Suspension Is Being Depressurized—Forever  Jul 6th, 2015 
Since 1954, top-spec Citroën models have famously ridden on what felt like a cushy wave of fluid—because, well, they actually rode on a cushy fluid. The French automaker’s innovative hydropneumatic suspension system used pump-driven hydraulic fluid and small nitrogen-filled bladders at each wheel to absorb road impacts like no metal spring and gas-charged damper setup could, […] 
 
 
Better 10Bester! 2016 Mazda 3 Drops Price, Adds Stuff  Jul 6th, 2015 
We get a lot of pricing-related press releases around here, but not many of them announce a price lowering, and even fewer of those involve a current Car and Driver 10Best winner. But this is one of those times, so we’re happy to announce a lower price on one of our favorite current automobiles, the […] 
 
 
Better 10Bester! 2016 Mazda 3 Drops Price, Adds Stuff  Jul 6th, 2015 
 
 
 
Dorks and Mall Cops Take Heed: Volkswagen to Sell Foldable Segway-Type Thing  Jul 6th, 2015 
When former Volkswagen CEO Ferdinand Piëch left the company’s supervisory board in a huff, it was the culmination of a power battle between himself and parts of the family on the one side, and the Porsche branch of the family, the workers council, and current CEO Martin Winterkorn on the other. One of the criticisms […] 
 
 
The Spirit of ’76: A Rare Redcoat With Yankee Heritage  Jul 5th, 2015 
Baader-Meinhof. Space 1999. The Dawson’s Field hijackings. The Yes Album. They’re all things from the 1970s, but all people seem to remember are bell bottoms, Nixon’s resignation, and, of course, the ’73 and ’79 oil crises. The first of these hit British manufacturer Jensen rather hard, given that its bread-and-butter model, the Interceptor, carried a thirsty […] 
 
 
These Are the “America” Cars  Jul 4th, 2015 
While people can argue about what constitutes a truly American car, these are the models from recent times that actually have “America” or “American” in their name.  
 
 
The Spirit of ’76: This Van Is Boss, Man  Jul 4th, 2015 
In Japan, there exists a subculture known as Dajiban, offering a unique spin on custom Ram vans that involves a soupçon of stance, a dash of bosozoku, and a twisted sense of humor. The machines are alternately known as “H-vans,” with the “H” code for “hentai”—Japanese for “pervert.” But were it not for the golden […] 
 
 
2015 VW Golf SportWagen Automatic Tested: Practical Domination  Jul 3rd, 2015 
All we really want from any vehicle is for it to do its job well. It’s a deceptively simple criterion that guides our reviews of everything from burly off-roaders to thrifty subcompacts to ludicrously capable exotics. We’re hard-pressed to think of a vehicle that fulfills its mission better than VW’s Golf SportWagen—maybe the lunar rover. […] 
 
 
The Spirit of ’76: Stuzify My Love  Jul 3rd, 2015 
For some reason, when we think of coachbuilt glamour, thoughts automatically drift to chassis that were handed off to British and Italian men armed with sandbags, snips, shears, shrinkers, stretchers, English wheels, and a variety of hammers. Pretty much every machine that takes home the big prize at Pebble Beach is “famed European marque bodied […] 
 
 
2015 Buick LaCrosse Review: In the Comfort Zone  Jul 3rd, 2015 
Overview: Buick’s flagship sedan, the LaCrosse, prioritizes comfort and ease of use, making it popular both for Americans planning long interstate excursions and Chinese executives aiming to relax behind their chauffeurs. It has been a strong seller since it was last completely redesigned for 2010 and offers either front- or all-wheel drive with the standard […] 
 
 
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