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Infiniti JX 35 review: High-tech comfort for the family

When Infiniti introduced the JX35 Crossover earlier this year, it had the Audi Q7 as well as family men, and moms, in mind. Whether (or not) you get a kick out of the design or the drive, it stuns with sophistication and a surprising price. The Drive In the new …

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Porsche GT3 Cup: Double win for Al Faisal at Yas

Reigning champion Abdulaziz AlFaisal has won both the Round 3 and Round 4 of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East at the Yas Marina Circuit with a dominant performance against a strong 16-car grid that is one of the most formidable in the history of the series. Round 3: …

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New Toyota Al Badiya Service Centre sets high-tech benchmark

With its new Toyota service and parts facility, Al Futtaim Motors sounds a siren in service standards that rings across the UAE’s automobile industry, by offering the everyman’s brand futuristic facilities that rival even the premium luxury brands in the region. If efficient service and high-tech maintenance facilities were to …

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Renault Duster 2012 Review: Basic Upgrade!

Sociology tells us that the basic needs of man are food, water and shelter. The Duster just added an SUV to the list. Yet again, driver psychology tells us that the basic expectations in an SUV are a high driving position, a secure feeling and crossing the occasional sandy patch …

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Middle East Motor Awards 2012

The region’s very own set of accolades for the automobile industry in its various commercial categories were announced yesterday, on the opening day of the Sharjah Automobile Show. McLaren Mp4-12C made its first impression momentous with the title of “Middle East car of the year”, pushing aside the tough competition …

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Sharjah Automobile Show: 5 Reasons to visit

The Sharjah Car Show was set to ignition mode this morning, and there is no reason it should be idling for more than a minute. The Show is full of cars you would want a fill off and some of them are the most talked about in the recent months …

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VW Track Day: Cult Ritual

Al Nabooda Automobiles threw open the Dubai Autodrome’s international circuit to some wild card entries with the license to have fun – in other words, those who are part of what’s perhaps UAE’s largest “automotive cult”: The Golf GTI owners. Of course the cult has widened in the recent years …

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World’s largest Audi New Car Showroom inaugurated

A one-hour plus wait for the event to begin, quite what you don’t expect in the lines of German precision, was the curtain raiser to the Audi event on Sheikh Zayed Road last week. But when the curtains finally parted, figuratively speaking, out emerged a gorgeous surprise for the attendees, …

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Double win for Schmid in Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge at Bahrain

Austria’s Clemens Schmid has won the season opening of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge in a race that marked outstanding performances and a torquey contesting spirit, the strongest grid ever assembled at the season’s start at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) for the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Middle East. After …

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Audi A7 Review 2012: Executive playboy

I know of a pretty well off family with five siblings, each a chip off the old block and considered by the entire town to be pretty cool in their own way. All of them made their millions but there was one that thought he could do it on his …

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