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Car Allowance Rebate System (2009)

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  • New beats for Ken Bensinger and Jerry Hirsch

     
    Below is a memo from Business Editor John Corrigan about new beats for reporters Ken Bensinger and Jerry Hirsch: Two of our ace reporters in Business, Ken Bensinger and Jerry Hirsch, are stepping into new roles. Ken, who has been......
  • Clunkers Buyers May Have Some Regrets, Late Payments

     
    Higher credit risk buyers who bought a car using the Cash for Clunkers incentive last year have higher repossession and late payment rates and higher levels of buyer's remorse than buyers who did not use the program, according to CNW......
  • Ford Earns $2.7 Billion Profit for '09

     
    Coming off the brink of disaster for the auto industry, Ford says it earned a profit of $2.7 billion in 2009, its first full-year profit since 2005. This came after a fourth-quarter earnings report of $868 million, Ford???s third consecutive......
  • Ford F-150 Dominated Cash For Clunker Swaps

     
    Trading an old Ford F-150 pickup truck for a new F-150 pickup was the most common swap under the Cash for Clunkers program, according to the Associated Press. More than 8,000 of these swaps took place under the program, which......
  • Used-Car Prices Dipping Back Down

     
    The Cash for Clunkers program definitely led to higher used-car prices over the past few months. In fact, wholesale prices for used cars hit an all-time high in September; this past December, used-car prices were at a record low. Last......
  • GM's losses Obama's failure: RNC says

     
    by Mark Silva In its most recent $1-billion loss, General Motors sees progress. Yet, with the report today that GM has lost $1.2 billion since leaving the protection of federal bankruptcy courts in July, the Republican National Committee chairman finds......
  • New and Used Car Prices Spiked in October

     
    Prices for new cars rose 1.6% in October, the largest month-to-month increase since May 1981, and used-car prices rose 3.4%, which is that market???s largest monthly increase since September 1980, according to the U.S. Labor Department. The consumer price...
  • 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......
  • Feds Green the Fleet but What Happens to Old Cars?

     
    The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriated money to buy 17,246 new vehicles, including 3,000 hybrids, in an effort to improve the fuel economy of the federal fleet across agencies as diverse as the Marines to the U.S. Forest Service.......
  • 2009 in Review: Automotive Roller Coaster

     
    We can say this about 2009: At least it???s over. Car sales plummeted then skyrocketed with the Cash for Clunkers program, and two of the largest automakers in the world went bankrupt. And those were just the major plotlines of......
  • Used Car Prices Could Drop in 2010

     
    Used car prices went up every month in 2009, fueled by a decrease in trade-ins and lower inventories from Cash for Clunkers. Analysts believe prices will start to level off in 2010 as new car sales increase at an expected......