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  • Goodyear Raising Tire Prices

     
    In this tough economy, many consumers are holding onto their cars longer and investing in them instead of buying a new car. Routine maintenance for any car requires replacing the tires when the tread wears down, and we haven???t met......
  • Cars.com News Briefs: March 21, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne told Bloomberg News today that European automakers need to incur "painful" restructuring to stanch losses in the region. Europe's sovereign-debt crisis has stymied consumer...
  • 2012 Coda Sedan Priced at $37,250

     
    The 2012 Coda electric sedan finally went on sale in California this week with a starting price of $37,250, excluding an $895 destination fee. The pricing is a significant drop from earlier estimates of $44,900, though it???s still more expensive......
  • Miami Heat's Micky Arison: ticket sales down; sponsor sales better than anticipated

     
    Knowing it was going to be a challenging year on the business side, the Miami Heat has made upgrades at AmericanAirlines Arena to increase sponsor and advertising opportunities. The team???s new MediaMesh ??? the giant LED marquee on the front......
  • Obama: Human rights key to Asian future

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, delivering the first major public address of his Asian tour, told an audience in Tokyo -- Saturday morning there, Friday evening here in Washington -- that the United States "will always stand on the......
  • Cars.com News Brief: March 16, 2012

     
    Here's what we have our eye on today: Ford and its financial backers have agreed to extend a large line of credit to the carmaker, now until 2015, according to Bloomberg News. The $9.3 billion revolving line of credit will......
  • Clearing Up Tax Rules on Clunkers Cash

     
    Recently, rumors have sprouted on the Internet that consumers who took advantage of Cash for Clunkers will have to count the program???s rebate as income and pay taxes on it. For the record, this is not true. The Internal Revenue......
  • Chrysler Announces Year-End Incentives

     
    Kicking off today, Chrysler has announced its ???Year-end Wrap-up??? incentives on 2010 models for all four of its brands. Customers can choose from a few different options depending on which brand of vehicle they are buying. The deals will be......
  • Americans Slowly Buying More Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

     
    U.S. consumers are increasingly buying more fuel-efficient vehicles, but the pace of mileage improvements remains slow, according to a report issued by the Environmental Protection Agency. American vehicles averaged 21 mpg for the 2008 model year, which...
  • Car Technology Gets Cheaper

     
    The L.A. Auto Show drives home a developing theme: High-tech gadgets are becoming readily available in some of the market???s cheapest cars. For the latest in connectivity and multimedia systems, you don???t always have to fork over luxury-car bucks....
  • Hyundai and Kia Ready for Primetime

     
    Although 2009 has been beyond tumultuous for the automotive industry, a few automakers have actually made gains in this tough market. Subaru???s loyal following led to a big boost in sales when new versions of beloved models hit dealerships. Korean......