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This Week in Car Buying: Dodge Demon priced

With the big car shopping weekend up ahead, Dodge is looking to build some showroom traffic with its 2018 Demon, an 840-horsepower drag strip ready street car it recently launched at the New York Auto Show. To build on that curiosity, the division has finally announced pricing that it said would be “well below six figures.” True to its word, the 2018 Dodge Demon will start at $84,995 including a $1,700 gas guzzler tax. A $1,095 destination... Read More

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The latest Kelley Blue Book Market Intelligence's analysis of data gathered from site visitors and survey information generated by BrandWatch...

Toyota worldwide hybrid sales top 7 million

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Radical Audi Concept teased for Los Angeles Auto Show

Audi has just released this first glimpse of a dramatically styled concept slated for an L.A. Auto Show debut. Said to preview a new range-topping model...

2015 Kia Sedona SX-L Quick Take

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Used Leasing Remains Small, But for How Long?

With average new-vehicle transaction prices ringing in at $32,500 in September according to KBB data, car buyers are migrating towards leasing rather...

First 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf to be auctioned for Global Green USA

While the new 2015 VW e-Golf won't be arriving in showrooms until next month, the automaker is offering one individual the chance to move to the front...

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