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Review: 2010 Audi A4 Avant quattro
Apr26

Review: 2010 Audi A4 Avant quattro

By J. Smith

“Mommy doesn’t like red cars.”

“Well, she might like this one.”

Such was the conversation between my seven year-old daughter and me a few hours after I received delivery of a bright red Audi A4 Avant—“avant” being Audi-speak for “station wagon.”

At the outset, I saw much to like.  A lithe, lean-looking wagon with Germanic poise and performance, yet all the practicality of an SUV. Sculpted sides.  A low, aggressive stance. Compact dimensions—185.2” long and 71.9” wide, with a wheelbase of 110.6.”  All of this held the promise of athleticism that would certainly be fulfilled the 2.0 liter turbo-charged four-banger, cranking out 211 horses and 258 pound-feet of torque.  To be fair, 211 horses seems to be on the low side of the scale these days, but this was, after all, a relatively small car, at least by the supersize-me standards of middle America.  And 2.oT punches a bit above its weight in the torque department.

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Detroit 2010 NAIAS: Observations, Part Three
Jan13

Detroit 2010 NAIAS: Observations, Part Three

Our writer’s final observations of his trip to the Detroit Auto Show this year.

By J. Smith

01.13.2010

Everyone shows pics of the pretty ladies at the NAIAS—, , etc., etc. But what about the guys?

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Unfortunately, most of the guys at the auto show are some combination of middle-aged or older, overweight, bald and not altogether attractive.  There were, however, some exceptions.

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Detroit 2010 NAIAS:  Observations, Part Two
Jan13

Detroit 2010 NAIAS: Observations, Part Two

By J. Smith

01.13.2010

DSC02980The 5.0 is back.

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Detroit 2010 NAIAS: First Day Observation
Jan12

Detroit 2010 NAIAS: First Day Observation

Yes, half the fun is just being here

By J. Smith

01.12.2010

Mounted police

First day yesterday, and the lovely snow and temps in the teens conspired to make me a little late for the show. Fortunately, my arrival was heralded by protests and men on horseback.

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A Coming Glut of Small Cars?
Dec10

A Coming Glut of Small Cars?

By J. Smith

12.10.2009

2011 Fiesta Red small

Ford reports that 1,000 people have that made its North American debut at the Los Angeles Auto show. Needless to say, this is very good news for the men and women that work in a certain modernist building in Dearborn, not to mention their North American dealer network and the good people at the Cuautitlán Assembly Plant in Mexico. It especially bodes well if, as Ford claims, it will make a profit on the car; traditionally, the Detroit Three small cars made in North America are for CAFE rather than profit-making purposes. But according to auto analysts interviewed by , dropping gas prices may mean a glut of small cars in our part of the world.

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