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NADA: New Fuel Economy Standards Harmful to Consumers

How many people will no longer be able to afford a new vehicle if the government raises the price of a new car by about $3,000?

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2011 Car Sales: Gains Across the Board, Save Honda and Toyota

All three domestic brands increased their market share in 2011, something that hadn’t happened since 1988.

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Fisker Karma Gets 20 MPG: Worst “Green” Car Ever?

Despite federal loans and promises to utilize a defunct General Motors manufacturing plant to produce their cars, Fisker has outsourced production and their cars aren’t being built in the United States.

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Fisker Gets Half-Billion Dollar Government Loan, But Offshores Manufacturing

An extended-range electric vehicle (EV), the Fisker Karma employs a powertrain similar to that in the Chevrolet Volt.

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GM Looks to Streamline Operations

The rise and fall of General Motors featured mistakes that are considered typical in huge conglomerates.

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Muscle Cars Outsell Hybrids in May, Despite Gas and Insurance Prices

In spite of gas prices that were above $4.00 a gallon in most parts of the United States, Detroit’s big three sold more muscle cars than the total combined sales of hybrids from all manufacturers in the month of May.

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Another Day, Another 2.2 Million Toyotas Recalled

Today, Toyota announced a significant expansion of their continuing recalls centered around the unintended acceleration controversy. They have recalled almost 8 million vehicles in the last year.

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