Archive for October 3rd, 2012

Review: Toyota’s Single-Seater Car – Forbes


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Review: Toyota's Single-Seater Car
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2013 Suzuki Equator – The Car Connection

2013 Suzuki Equator
The Car Connection
Marty Padgett is High Gear Media's Editorial Director, overseeing the words that skim across High Gear Media's portfolio of automotive destinations. For more coverage of this pickup truck in slightly different aero drag, see our 2013 Nissan

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Columnist Jonathan Welsh answers readers’ questions about automobiles – Wall Street Journal

Columnist Jonathan Welsh answers readers' questions about automobiles
Wall Street Journal
Q: In 1982 I bought a new Honda Civic wagon. After 14 years the car overheated on a desert vacation. It remained heat sensitive until I replaced the radiator. The car said, "Finally, you idiot, I can stay cool again. What took you so long?" I have

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Most automakers report strong September sales – Newsday


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Most automakers report strong September sales
Newsday
New car and truck sales on Long Island roared ahead of last year's numbers by 13 percent in July, according to newly available registration figures. Separately, major carmakers Tuesday reported that sales nationally last month rose by 13 percent from a
New car sales remain strongTampabay.com
US auto sales stay strong in SeptemberThe Seattle Times
Ford Joins Chrysler Seeing Best U.S. Sales Pace in 4 YearsSan Francisco Chronicle
Houston Chronicle
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Can $3000 Cars Revive Nissan’s Datsun Brand? – Wall Street Journal (blog)


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Can $3000 Cars Revive Nissan's Datsun Brand?
Wall Street Journal (blog)
ATSUGI, Japan—It is the car that baby boomers may remember as much for its compact chic as for its slogan (“Datsun, We Are Driven!”). Now, a new version of this storied brand may get more attention for something else: its price tag. In a bold move
Nissan Reviving Datsun Brand With $3000 CarsAOL Autos
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says, Datsun small cars to start at US$ 3000 Indian Cars Bikes

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Small cars fuel big sales gains in September – The Detroit News


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Small cars fuel big sales gains in September
The Detroit News
GM, whose 210,245 sales marked its best September since 2008, said passenger car sales jumped 29 percent from the same month a year ago; sales of mini cars, small cars and compacts shot up a combined 97 percent. The Chevy Cruze led the compact
Car Sales Roll Ahead in SeptemberDaily Beast
Low interest rates and new cars draw buyers in SeptemberWashington Post
Most automakers report strong September salesNewsday
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Can Electric Cars Go to A Better Place? – Wall Street Journal (blog)


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Can Electric Cars Go to A Better Place?
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Mr. Agassi, a former top executive at German business software giant SAP AG, spent five years tirelessly promoting his idea that the way to spur widespread adoption of electric cars — and an end to global oil dependency — was to turn the traditional
Better Place fires CEO Agassi amid massive financial lossesHaaretz
Victorian takes hot seat at Israeli car companySydney Morning Herald
Israeli electric car company CEO steps downLake Wylie Pilot
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Cars, homes boost listless economy – Fayetteville Observer

Cars, homes boost listless economy
Fayetteville Observer
WASHINGTON – The U.S. economy is looking more resilient, thanks in part to encouraging signs for the two most expensive purchases most Americans make: cars and homes. Cheap loans and a bounty of fuel-efficient models enticed people to buy new

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Hotel group rolls out electric car charge points – Sydney Morning Herald


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Hotel group rolls out electric car charge points
Sydney Morning Herald
Check in and charge up. That's what the international hotel chain IHG has begun offering drivers of electric cars at eight of its sites in south-eastern Australia. The group yesterday launched charging sites operated by the network firm Better Place at

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Passenger Cars Lift US Sales – Wall Street Journal


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Passenger Cars Lift US Sales
Wall Street Journal
Overall sales rose 12.8% from a year earlier to 1.19 million cars and light trucks, an annualized pace of 14.94 million vehicles, the highest rate since March 2008 before the U.S. recession, according to Autodata Corp. However, sales at the two biggest

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