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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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GM Plays Show and Tell With its Future Product Lineups

Backed by a cadre of his top-ranking execs, General Motors President and CEO Fritz Henderson offered an unprecedented look into what the revitalized...


Hyundai Confirms New Flagship Sedan Heading to the U.S. in 2011

Ending months of well-informed speculation, Hyundai has formally acknowledged that it will bring a U.S-spec version of its top-of-the-line Equus sedan...


Ford Plans to Revamp up to 90 Percent of its Lineup by 2012

According to Lewis Booth, Ford's chief financial officer, we can expect to see major redesigns/revamps of 70-90 percent of Ford Motor Company's vehicle ...


AMG Driving Academy Makes U.S Debut, Offers Seat Time in New SLS

Best known for turning out legions of high-performance Mercedes-Benz vehicles, AMG excels in high-performance driving instruction, as well. While its...


IIHS Bashes Bumpers on Mid-Size Sedans

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has just released results from its latest round of low-speed bumper testing, which was performed on...


2010 Mercury Milan Hybrid: Like the Hybrid, Dislike the Technology

Who wouldn't want to take a hybrid on a long road trip? We recently had the chance to drive the Mercury Milan Hybrid through the vast deserts of the...


First Drive: All-electric Nissan LEAF Prototype

If you were to think for a moment about the automotive manufacturers that are frontrunners in developing green technology and vehicles with reduced...


GM Gets Back Into Leasing

After stepping away from the once-lucrative leasing biz nearly a year ago, General Motors has announced a calculated return to the game via a new pilot...


Will Lasers Make Spark Plugs Obsolete?

Working in consort with Ford Motor Company and Spectron Laser Systems, a research team at the University of Liverpool is developing a new and far more...


2009 New York Auto Show: Scion iQ Concept Shows Production Potential

It's no secret that Scion has been looking broaden its U.S. lineup with a new entry aimed at younger and more influential trendsetters. After months of...


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