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Car Allowance Rebate System (2009)

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  • Dealers Create Own Private Stimulus Plan

     
    Picking up where the government???s Cash for Clunkers program leaves off, a group of car and truck dealers from across the country have joined forces to create their own incentive plan for customers who don???t quite qualify for the Car......
  • Cash for Clunkers Halfway Depleted

     
    The latest numbers from the U.S. government show that the popular Cash for Clunkers program is roughly halfway through its now-$3 billion pot. So far, 338,659 deals have been done ??? costing $1.418 billion ??? in the nearly three weeks......
  • J.D. Power Predicts Improved Car Sales in 2010

     
    Car sales were so abysmal this year it???s hard to imagine they could get any worse, so it's not a huge surprise that J.D. Power and Associates is predicting a 15% sales jump for 2010. That would mean an increase......
  • Clunkers Program Now Allowing Factory Orders

     
    In a change of policy, the Department of Transportation announced that it will allow buyers using the Cash for Clunkers program to reserve a vehicle from the factory if one they want is not currently on dealer lots. The change......
  • Cash for Clunkers Will Have Safety Benefit

     
    Aside from the environmental benefits of having more fuel-efficient cars on the road, Cash for Clunkers will also replace old vehicles with safer models that offer greater protection for passengers. Almost any car built nowadays will be a safer vehicle......
  • Cash for Clunkers: You Guys Should Have Listened

     
    After receiving the final numbers from the Cash For Clunkers program, we decided to see how our suggestions for replacement cars fared against what Americans bought in the program. Unfortunately, not well. Only two of the Top 10 cars bought......
  • Clunkers Depletes Inventories

     
    At least it???s not the worst kind of problem the auto industry has faced in the last two years. Now that the Cash for Clunkers program has come to an end, dealers find their new-car inventories depleted and their used-car......
  • Cash Tight As Clunkers-Dealer Deadline Extended Again

     
    Last night, the Cash for Clunkers program officially ended at 8 p.m. EST. However, the Department of Transportation has extended the deadline for dealers to file paperwork a second time; they have until 8 p.m. EST tonight to get their......
  • Recyclers ask for more time to crush trade-ins

    Recyclers ask for more time to crush trade-ins
    Trade-ins from the Cash for Clunkers program are piling up and auto recyclers are asking for more time to meet the deadline for disposing of them. At some places, vehicles are parked bumper to bumper on several acres, waiting to be drained of fluids,...
  • Ford Surprises with $1 Billion Profit

    Ford Surprises with $1 Billion Profit
    DEARBORN, Mich. -- Ford, the only Detroit automaker to dodge direct government aid and bankruptcy court, surprised investors with net income of nearly $1 billion in the third quarter and forecast a "solidly profitable" 2011. The automaker said Monday...
  • AP Analysis: Clunker Pickups traded for New Pickups

    AP Analysis: Clunker Pickups traded for New Pickups
    WASHINGTON (AP) - The most common deals under the government's $3 billion Cash for Clunkers program replaced old Ford or Chevrolet pickups with new ones that got only marginally better gas mileage. That's according to an analysis of new federal data by...