AutoComplete: Chevrolet Cruze Diesel nails 52 mpg highway
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Chevrolet has been hoping it's 2017 Cruze diesel will hit 50 miles per gallon, and it does and then some.
With a six speed manual, the Cruze diesel has an EPA rating of 52 MPG on the highway, but it nets just 30 in the city.
With a nine speed automatic, it's highway rating drops to 47 MPG, but city rises to 31.
That must be one seriously tall overdrive.
The Cruze Diesel goes on sale soon with a starting price of under $24,000.
Mercedes-Maybach latest creation is a ridiculous off-road wunder-convertible.
The G650 Landaulet takes the rear seats from a Mercedes S-Class and sandwiches them into the back of a G-Class covering the whole thing with an electrically operated fabric roof.
It has 630 horsepower, a glass partition between the rows And more off-road capability than any limo should have.
Only 99 will be built, none of which will menace US roads.
Three years ago, a sinkhole claimed eight cars at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Today the final survivor is on the road to recovery.
A 1962 Corvette will require about $25,000 in repair costs, Including a whole new front end.
GM is picking up the cost for restoration which is commenced to celebrate the sinkhole's third anniversary.
Museum visitors will be able to watch the restoration take place and there will be posts on Facebook and YouTube as well.
Find more on these stories over at the RoadShow.com.
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