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DETROIT (AP) — Americans want new cars and trucks, and they're not letting higher gas prices or political dysfunction stand in their way. New car and truck sales were up 4 percent in February as rising home construction and cheap financing kept...
KickingTiresIf it can be said that "as car buying goes, so goes the economy," then Americans' confidence in their spending power appears to be improving. As auto-loan delinquency decreases overall, borrowers are taking on greater debt for vehicle purchases and......
KickingTiresSocial media has played an increasing role in the automotive industry during the past few years. Now Dodge is using a form of social media called crowdsourcing to alter the new-car buying process. What is crowdsourcing? In this case, if......
A recent AutomotiveNews report highlighted the results of a national survey that showed 21 percent of new car buyers don’t test drive the car they buy. Not only did they not test drive the specific vehicle that ended up in their driveway, they never...
Familiar with the term "peak oil?" That's the point when the maximum rate of petroleum extraction is reached and the output continues to diminish from there on -- i.e., we run out of oil. The Economist recently mused about "peak car," the point where car...
Cars.comCar buying can be a confusing process in the best of times. You have to be even more careful when a load of incentives obscure what you're really getting. Don't just assume if a rebate or low-interest financing offer is enough to get you to buy that the...
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If you're in the market for a new car, you might want to wait a bit longer. There may be a rise in car buying incentives in the fall. Many experts said the incentives won't be like the past with all-out red tag sales, but there will be a flurry of...
Money & CompanyConsumers proved to be the biggest losers in the U.S. auto market last month, according to auto information company Edmunds.com. They paid more and had fewer choices, Edmunds said. On average, a vehicle buyer in May paid about $180 more......
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