Rolls for Sale

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Automobiles are an integral part of our society, showing cultural trends and improvements from full parking lots to how we entertain ourselves. One example of this is about to be put up for sale. The car in question is a Rolls-Royce Phantom III that was seen in 2006’s Pan’s Labyrinth. This car is going to […]

Ford’s Four

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Ford keeps getting better with every day, and news for them is going to be even better for next year. According to an article with autoweek.com, Ford will have four vehicles in their fleet that will boast a 40 mpg. This is monumental for one car – but it looks like Ford will have these […]

VW and Ferrari?

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A smart car company not only creates great cars within their own group, but is also always on the lookout for ways to improve their fleet of cars with other brands. Volkswagen knows this as well as anyone, and according to an article with autoweek.com, they may have their eye on a very expensive prize. […]

Earnhardt Remembered

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It’s always difficult to plan a commemoration ceremony for a beloved figure – people don’t want to make it garish, and people don’t want to create too little of a fuss. This is the conflict NASCAR is facing as the 10th anniversary of Dale Earnhardt’s death approaches on February 18, 2010. An article with autoweek.com […]

Buick Rejuvenation

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As car brands grow, they are identified with certain demographics. A Benz flashes by on the road, and we think one thing about the driver. A ’91 Honda Accord limps in our rearview, and another demographic pops into our head. Buick recognizes that their demographic is identified with the older set (read: geriatric), and while […]

GM Approaches Bailout Payback with New Strategy

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General Motors is ready to complete their bailout deal with the government, and it looks like they may be going to foreign soils to get what they need. GM received a $50 billion loan from the government through the bailout program, and has paid back $6.7 of this loan back. Rumor has it that GM […]

Nissan Announces Luxury Electric

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Nissan just announced its plans to enter the electric car ring, and they are doing it with style. In late September, Nissan released a sketch of the new luxury electric vehicle they plan to add to their line sometime later this year. The Detroit Free Press reports that the all-new Infiniti EV will be based […]

BMW Prices Rise

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While many costs are going down around the country, there are some brands that can afford to stay up. Luxury vehicle brand BMW announced in late September that, “it will raise prices on most U.S. models an average of 1 percent effective October 1st,” according to an article on autonews.com. The increase breaks down close […]

Audi Revolution

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Audi is stepping up its game, right at our fingertips. According to an article on USAToday.com, Audi will be releasing an even more convenient navigational system in their new A8. This “luxury flagship” is available for purchase in November for $80,000. Traditional navigation systems are slowly being outdated by newer navigational systems in phones and […]

Fit Problems

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If you are a Honda Fit owner and have been experiencing headlight problems, you are not alone. USAToday.com reports that the government has began an investigation of the subcompact car. Several consumers have reported, “that the vehicle’s low-beam headlights stopped working.” The investigation will include 133,000 cars produced from 2007 to 2008. The National Highway […]

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