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Cedar, Minnesota, United States

Cedar, Minnesota, United States

Auto Services in Minnesota

Truck Repair & Equipment Co ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Truck Service & Repair
Address: 8245 Argenta Trl, Newport
Phone: (651) 454-8311

Tire Pros and Wheel Experts ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Used Car Dealers, Automobile Parts & Supplies
Address: 14447 60th St N,, Oak-Park-Heights
Phone: (651) 430-0099

Skrove Automotive ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service
Address: 171 Saint Julien St, Saint-Peter
Phone: (507) 934-0055

Seward Auto Body ★★★★★

Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 606 12th Ave S, Hopkins
Phone: (952) 933-6626

Runestone Auto Care ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service
Address: 18 Central Ave N, Farwell
Phone: (320) 965-2600

RMS Automotive ★★★★★

New Car Dealers, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Salvage
Address: 10751 89th Ave N, Wayzata
Phone: (763) 424-9819

Auto blog

BMW predicts US will be biggest i8 market

Sat, 10 Aug 2013 11:01:00 EST

BMW will be showing a production version of its new i8 plug-in hybrid supercar at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show, and while we're quite excited about seeing the company's second i product in the flesh. According to a new report from Automotive News Europe, BMW is expecting its largest markets to be the United States, United Kingdom and Germany. Notable for its absence in that list is everybody's favorite mega-market, China.
Automobilwoche, a German-language publication of Automotive News Europe, spoke with the i8's product manager, Hendrik Wenders, who declared, "The US will be by far the largest sales market for the i8." Wenders stops short of actual mentioning what percentage of i8 sales will be in the US, but does mention that it should arrive in showrooms around the world in about nine months. The simultaneous rollout will occur in 50 different countries.
Check back for our full coverage of the i8's debut at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. If you just can't wait until September, then check out our first drive of the i8 Prototype.

The List: The Red BMW - A Retrospective

Mon, 23 Dec 2013 15:14:00 EST

We can't help but use this time of year to look back at the days before and reminisce about friends who are no longer in our lives. For The List, Jessi and Patrick were often joined by a little, red BMW 3 Series that, at times, felt like a third host of the show. Having been bought used for just a thousand bucks, the red BMW proved to be surprisingly durable. Through jumps, dunks and monster trucks, it remained our little trooper 'till the very end, and on the way taught us all how important a faithful four-wheeled companion is to the life's work of completing one's automotive bucket list.
For our last episode of The List in 2013, we give you The Red BMW - A Retrospective.
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2014 Dinan S1 BMW M5

Thu, 04 Sep 2014 11:57:00 EST

The last time the Dinan name graced the pages of Autoblog, Michael Harley was waxing poetic about the S3-R BMW 1M Coupe, a car that still stands in his ranks as one of the best cars he's ever driven. And that wasn't just because it was, you know, amazing. It's because as far as tuners go, Dinan produces some seriously well-executed products. Harley said of the 1M, for example, "It was so fully formed and well-rounded that it felt like BMW itself had made it."
Eager to sample some of these wholly wonderful wares, I cleared a few hours in my Monterey Car Week schedule and booked a date with the S1 M5 you see here - the (current) daily driver of Mr. Steve Dinan, himself. But unlike the S3-R 1M the company tuned previously, the donor car in question here is vastly different and, if I'm honest, not as good. See, I adore the stock 1M in a way words cannot express, but the standard-issue M5... good as it is, there are indeed a few flaws.
But after driving the Dinan S1 M5 around the Monterey Peninsula, I can confirm two things. First, Harley's conclusion that Dinan builds products that feel 100 percent BMW-spec is absolutely true. And second, Steve and the gang haven't just created a tuned M5, they've built a better one.