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Archive for August, 2008

The U.S. Will Soon See The Hybrid Hyundai Sonata

Hyundai recently announced that it is going to sell its popular Sonata sedan in a hybrid version in the U.S.  This car will use a lithium-ion battery in order to store electricity.  Hyundai didn’t announce what the release date will be, however, this new hybrid will make a debut at the Los Angeles auto show […]

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Tolls May Be More Fair Than Taxes

Drivers and politicians tend to be against road tolls because it is believed that they burden drivers with a lower income disproportionately.  However, a recent study by USC and UCLA has discovered that a sales tax may be a greater offender on that front. The study looked at a 10-mile stretch of freeway in California […]

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Smart Car Is Seeking More Exposure

Despite the fact that people in the U.S. have to wait at least one year on a waiting list for a Smart car, Smart is planning to go back to the Chicago Auto Show in February. Smart hasn’t had a show exhibit since back in 2005, before it was even for sale in the U.S.  […]

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How Long Will It Take For America To Go Hybrid?

Imagine one day waking up to find that the only vehicles on the roads, in driveways, and in parking lots were electrics or hybrids. CNW Marketing Research made some calculations to determine when America would become completely hybridized, and could stop depending on Middle Eastern powers for barrels of oil. Based on the amount of […]

Teens Are Having To Settle For Less Expensive Cars

The economy isn’t just hurting Mom and Dad, teenagers, who are being told they have to pick up more of the tab on a new car purchase, are having to settle for less than in the last few years. Gas prices have also caused a shift in the kinds of cars teens are purchasing, as […]

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Will American Drivers Skip Car Amenities To Save Money?

Consumers have been more concerned than ever about saving money on their vehicles.  They are doing everything from purchasing small, fuel-efficient cars, to purchasing an auto warranty to ensure they don’t pay unnecessary repair expenses.  But are they willing to skip the amenities that come in new cars, such as air conditioning, an automatic transmission, […]

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Is The 2008 Land Rover Range Rover Sport A Worthy Weekend Athlete?

At a price of $60,000, including an auto warranty, this luxury SUV is made to impress.  And although this vehicle is much too dressy to be a true weekend athlete, it is capable of delivering the goods. One good feature on this SUV is there is no clamshell hatch.  This is terrific because generally clamshell […]

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The NHSTA Gives The 2009 Hyundai Genesis Five-Star Scores

The 2009 Hyundai Genesis has received nothing but praise by everyone who has driven it.  This car comes at a great price with a large auto warranty and can hold its own with the BMW 5 Series and Mercedes-Benz E-Class.  Now it has also received a seal of approval by the National Highway Traffic Safety […]

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Chrysler Attempts To Sell Its Dodge Viper

It’s no secret that Chrysler has been experiencing some recent struggles. The car company is seeking ways to turn things around and move forward in a very difficult time for automakers. According to the Detroit News, their latest move is to try to sell its Dodge Viper brand. The Dodge Viper has always been a […]

New Fuel-Efficient Turbo In The Mazda Kazamai

The new Mazda Kazamai debuted in the 2008 Moscow auto show today and was highly impressive with its wildly futuristic style.  A turbocharged four-cylinder engine that Mazda will also use in production models as soon as 2011 powers the car. The engine is based on the one in the CX-7 crossover; however, Mazda claims this […]

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