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- Gas Prices to Climb Before Thanksgiving Travel Time
- October Autos: Incentives Down, Sales Up
- Six Months After the Recalls: Toyota Bruised, Lexus Less So?
- Good News for U.S. Automakers: Warranty Claims Drop
- How Will Toyota Fare After the Incentives Expire?
- Auto Industry Recovery: Not Quite Yet, Analysts Say
- Survey Shows Renewed Trust in American Cars, Especially Ford
- Toyota Will Renew Incentives, As Sales Soar
- Toyota Takes Back Market Share With Incentives
- Even Big Oil Execs Think We're Headed to an Electric Future
- Ford Is February Sales Champion, Leaving Toyota and GM in the Dust
- Gas Prices Are Up: Why Is Small-Car and Hybrid Interest Down?
- Ford Beats Estimates, Posts a $2.7 Billion Profit
- What Do Teamsters and Tea Party Protesters Have in Common?
- Toyota Is Tops in Brand Loyalty and Brand Perception
- Toyota: Scion iQ to Debut in U.S. as a Hybrid Hatch
- 2009 Auto Sales: Have We Hit Bottom Dead Center Yet?
- Ford Brokers Deal to Sell Volvo to Chinese Automaker Geely
- Good News for Ford: People Won't Buy Cars from Doomed Companies - J.D. Power
- Mercedes, Honda, Toyota Best in Customer Retention - J.D. Power
- Consumer Reports' Annual Auto Survey Sees Gains for Detroit
- Honda Poised to Become Number Four in U.S.
- Auto Sales Flat in November: Good News These Days
- Ford, Best Buy Sync for Success
- Ford Gaining on Honda, Toyota in Perceived Quality
- Honda Ranked Most Fuel-Efficient in U.S.
- Volvo: Sure, Geely Will Keep Production in Europe ...
- Ford Fusion Gets Top Marks, Company Stock Soars
GM: Still a Long Road to Hoe
Nov. 16, 2009 • 4 Comments
GM Adding New Dealerships, Frustrating Old Ones
Nov. 12, 2009 • 1 Comment