Plug-In Car Race Still Up For Grabs

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Auto transport companies have already booked shipments for vehicles that have yet to come out – in this case, plug-in electric vehicles. But so far, there’s no clear-cut winner in the plug-in electric vehicle race, and really, why should there be? So far, the two front-runners are the Chevy Volt and the Nissan Leaf, but […]

Loyalty Affected By Owner Satisfaction

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J.D. Power has recently done a new survey about customer loyalty to a certain brand name, and the results are surprising, to say the least. The new survey says that the more satisfying a product is, the higher a customer’s loyalty to that product will be. Shocking, right? Product-related factors such as the vehicle’s appeal, […]

UK Drivers Enjoy Plug-In Electrics

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Despite evidence to the contrary, plug-in electric vehicles are only going to keep coming. In both Coventry and Birmingham, two cities in Britain, drivers have had a chance to test-own several different plug-in electric vehicles, and the results have been amazing. Most consumers, when they opted into the program, were worried about the range of […]

Chrysler Ready to Overhaul Vehicle Brands

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Ever since Fiat took over Chrysler, things have changed. And by changed, I don’t mean small things like changing your sheets on your bed or changing your dog’s water bowl; I mean major changes, like competely overhauling the Jeep and Dodge brand names. The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee is already on showroom floors and its […]

Hybrids Still Preferred Over Plug-In Electric Vehicles

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While many consumers are worried about global warming (though many claim it doesn’t exist) and are looking to reduce their carbon footprint, the idea of a fully electric, plug-in vehicle still scares them a little. Mainly its because of the range, which on most electric vehicles is currently at aorund 100 miles per eight-hour charge. […]

Toyota Recalls Another Vehicle

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In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past year, we’ll quickly fill you in on what’s been going on with Toyota: first, several models were recalled because of sticky accelerators, which Toyota was quick to dismiss as the floor mats getting caught on top of the accelerators (which was bull). Then, they […]

Detroit Finally Back On Top

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Ever since the 1970’s Detroit auto makers have been falling behind in the quality department, thanks to innovations from Japanese companies like Toyota. Toyota has long been known for their quality products and has topped the quality lists for close to thirty years, but now, they’ve fallen behind Ford and GM in that regard. Mainly […]

GM Creates New S. American Sales Region

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General Motors has, since its inception, been a global company. And, for all those years, all its international sales has been handled by the GM International Operations division – until now. Ed Whitacre, the new CEO of General Motors, has seen the South American sales of GM vehicles skyrocket in recent years – in fact, […]

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Huge Improvement Over 2010 Model

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The 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee has finally hit the showroom floor, and its a huge improvement over the 2010 model. The 2011 model features a more powerful engine, a bigger frame, more space for passengers, more headroom, and a lower price than its 2010 predecessor, and Jeep is hopeful that this year’s model will sell […]

Leasing New Option for Less-Affluent Buyers

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Vehicle leasing has long been an option reserved only for the upper echelon of vehicle buyers, but that trend has finally gone down. Today, leasing is looking like a better and better option for less-than-qualified buyers, and auto dealers are looking for just about any way to make a buck and move their inventory in […]

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