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Toyota Highlander Hybrid 2020 review
Toyota’s seven-seat hybrid SUV will bring its practicality and economy, but hopefully not its floaty suspension, to Europe next yearInside, Toyota has succeeded in taking the Highlander upmarket with this new model. The upscale cabin, at least on our high-end Limited model, has convincing woodgrain trim, comfy leather seats, an imposing, 12.3in infotainment screen and rock-solid build quality.
What's up with these Russians and Mercedes-Benz?
Remember the unhappy Russian whobecause of alleged reliability and after-sales service issues? Well, it looks like it has a sequel but this time from another vlogger who faced similar issues but with a different Mercedes-Benz.
Mikhail Litvin is a Russian vlogger who had a constant battle with a Mercedes dealer where he purchased his.
According to reports, his four-door coupe constantly broke down since he got it and the dealer wouldn't do anything about the issue. He allegedly sent his car to the dealer five times already – in all instances the dealer would find excuses to not repair the vehicle or just kept his car for a couple of weeks without fixing it.
Citroen C5 Aircross Hybrid 2020 UK review
Plug-in hybrid powertrain makes Citroen's flagship SUV more versatile, but competition is fierceSame goes for the interior. Our Flair Plus test car (which for once carried only £1000 worth of options: a Black Pack and metallic paint) had a simply designed but classy fascia with large, high-mounted central screen and an instrument set ahead of the driver.
There's something disturbing about burning cars:
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In the end, Litvin decided to send a message toand burned his AMG GT 63 S down in the middle of a wet, grassy field. It was a dramatic scene, which ended ironically with him driving away (or trying to) in a ZAZ 968m that needed pushing.
The video embedded on top was uploaded recently and has already reached over 6 million views as of this writing. It came with a description in Russian, which, when roughly translated, described Litvin's feelings about the car.
I have been thinking for a long time what to do with my Shark after the conflict with Mercedes. I think the idea is FIRE! That's it... The end.. I'm not a happy man.
We'll never know the true story behind the video, whether it's a voluntary act out of sheer annoyance or just a publicity stunt, just like the allegation on the aforementioned AMG G63 dropped from a helicopter. But one thing's for sure – it's a very costly video and we're not sure if the revenues from all the hits in this YouTube upload can cover all the expenses.
Drivers slam Boris Johnson's 'Stalinist' order to ban new petrol cars .
The PM today heralded a 'green industrial revolution' as he launched a ten-point, £12billion plan for the environment, saying it could create 250,000 jobs and slash the country's carbon emissions.The PM heralded a 'green industrial revolution' as he launched a ten-point, £12billion plan for the environment, saying it could create 250,000 jobs and slash the country's carbon emissions.