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A discussion paper proposes that the owner of a hybrid would pay less than a muscle-car owner...This would initially apply to new cars before being rolled out across all light vehicles, to encourage the adoption of safer, greener cars. The discussion
All text by Suzanne Kane, iSeeCars contributor \n\n \n\n \n Think about it. If you buy a car because you think it's a good deal, but your teen thinks it's just awful, the vehicle turns out to be not much of a gift, does it? To prevent this from
The move is the latest sign that GM, spurred by feedback from its dealers, is shrugging off its initial reluctance and using the recall as an opportunity to sell new vehicles.
Ahead of next year's general election, this could even double up as a poll sop, apart from giving beleaguered commercial vehicle manufacturers a lease of life...The Centre had offered subsidies to states for replacement of buses under the Jawaharlal
Her 1997 Ford Contour had 162,000 miles on it and had seen better days. Enter Planet Hyundai Sahara sales consultant Brian Williams, who found Dearing a 2013 Hyundai Accent hatchback. Now she no longer has to worry about being able to get from one
With the average price of used cars at a four-year low and the proliferation of certified preowned programs offered by car makers, this is a great time to be shopping for a used car. But you need to be well-prepared to get your money's worth when you
Registrations in October advanced 4.6pc from a year earlier to 1.04 million cars, the Brussels-based European Automobile Manufacturers Association said. Sales in September climbed 5.5pc. "What we can say with certainty is that we reached the bottom"
The Cash for Clunkers program that was pitched to the public as a big boost for the economy and the environment turned out to be nothing more than a lemon, according to a new study released by the Brookings Institution. Cash for Clunkers, did little
Congress would spend $2.85 billion to encourage drivers to swap their old gas-guzzlers for newer, more-fuel-efficient cars. The program had something for everyone: It would lend a hand to the ailing U.S. auto industry...And, once launched, the
October 31, 2013 A roundup of motoring news from around the web: The $2.85 billion federal Car Allowance Rebate System known colloquially as Cash for Clunkers didn't have much long-term impact, according to a report released this week by the