- August 22nd, 2014
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Two of Autoblog’s editors argue the finer points of hot hatches in a point/counterpoint rundown between the Fiat 500 Abarth and Ford Fiesta ST. Arguments are made, but no firm conclusions drawn. Feel free to offer your own opinion in our completely unscientific poll.
What in the world is Autoblog doing testing a taxi? Good question. You see, this isn’t a Ford Crown Victoria, or even a Ford Escape Hybrid. The bright yellow machine in question is, in fact, the brand-new Nissan NV200 that you’re about to see infiltrating the streets of the busiest city in America: New York. Just what you should expect after hailing the taxi of tomorrow is discussed herein.
When the IIHS tested the brand-new 2015 Honda Fit, the car scored a disappointing “Marginal” in the difficult small front overlap crash test. Honda has vowed to reinforce the Fit with a stronger steel front bumper beam, which the IIHS says will boost its rating to “Acceptable,” and the company will retrofit 2015 models already sold – approximately 12,000 cars – free of charge.
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