AD #1504 – Cadillac ATS Gets More Power, Mazda CX-3 Debuts, Ford Unveils Updated Explorer

November 19th, 2014 at 11:58am

Runtime: 7:47

- Ford Unveils Updated Explorer
- Mazda CX-3 Makes Its Debut
- Bentley Reveals Grand Convertible
- Cadillac ATS Gets More Power
- Mitsubishi Upgrades Triton Pick-Up
- You Said It!

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5 Comments to “AD #1504 – Cadillac ATS Gets More Power, Mazda CX-3 Debuts, Ford Unveils Updated Explorer”

  1. Tony Gray Says:

    The rear quarters on the Bentley remind me of an old Chevy Monte Carlo. That’s not a bad thing though.

  2. Bradley Says:

    Aircraft use separate wiring systems. The info-tainment part of an aircraft is completely separate from the avionics.

    So was the Mitsubishi Triton? Did Mitsubishi show this at the LA Autoshow? Wikipedia tells me its marginally bigger than the 1st Tacoma. Which probably makes it a true compact truck.

    4 Doors and Diesel engine I would be buying one today, if they were sold here.

  3. marshy Says:

    Anybody else having problems getting the stream to play today?

  4. Earl Says:

    Now that Ford has done an update on the Explorer would anyone be in the know how soon before they put in that 9 speed transmission that Ford/GM are designing. I see where the Explorer is getting that 2.3L 4 cyl engine first announced by Lincoln on the MKC. Again does anyone care to speculate as to when that 2.7L V6 that’s in the new F-150 will be put in the Explorer?

  5. broge Says:

    I drove the Mitsubishi Triton Diesel pickup in Bangkok. Was very impressed as drove like a car and very quite. Agile and nice in traffic.