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This Week in Car Buying: Inventories grow; minivan movement; Ford hybrid price cut

As winter rears its ugly head in the East and Midwest, car sales are naturally bound to take a hit. And January inventory numbers reflect a slight uptick in stocks, while slower sales means the industry days' supply figure-the number used to calculate how long it would take to empty lots at the current sales rate-has gone up dramatically. But according to Automotive News, which reports on the figures, it's something that happens this time... Read More


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10 Jobs, 10 Cars #9

Job: Outdoor tour guide Car: 2009 Jeep Wrangler Love getting up close and personal with mother nature, but not a fan of walking? Try a Jeep tour. The...


Top 10 Tailgating Cars #3

2009 Mitsubishi Outlander The Mitsubishi Outlander's clamshell tailgate makes for easier loading and unloading, and also doubles as a great bench seat...


Quick Drive: 2010 Audi Q7 TDI Quattro

Newest addition to the Q7 lineup, the turbodiesel TDI Quattro model arrived in mid 2009 and quickly established a formidable niche for itself. Now...


Long-term Infiniti EX35: Rear-seat Legroom, or Lack Thereof

Our long-term EX35 has much to offer by way of engine power, in-cabin technology and styling, but when it comes to rear legroom, it comes up, well,...


GM Kills Plug-in Buick Crossover

Two weeks after announcing that it would be using the plug-in technology originally intended for the Saturn Vue in a new compact crossover that would...


Cash for Clunkers Ends Monday

In a statement released Thursday, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced the government would stop accepting Cash for Clunkers rebate...


Hyundai Teases Next-Gen Tucson Prior to Frankfurt Debut

A new sketch from Hyundai gives an even better feel for what we can expect to see when it unveils the new Tucson compact crossover in Frankfurt next...


Kia Confirms 2011 Sorento Will be its First Georgia-Built Product

Kia Motors America has confirmed that the first vehicle to roll out of its new $1 billion assembly facility in West Point, Georgia, will be the next...


Long-term Infiniti EX35: Staying Between the Lines

While driving along the long, flat roads of California's Central Valley, it's easy to get tired and drift out of a lane. On a recent road trip to Pebble...


Volkswagen to Buy Porsche

In a major turnabout and culmination of almost a year of antagonistic infighting, Volkswagen has announced that it will purchase a 42 percent...


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