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2009 Mercury Mariner Hybrid

2009 Mercury Mariner Hybrid

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With the death of Mercury comes more than a little agita over at Lincoln. Who's going to replace all those Grand Marquis-heads in showrooms? [AutomotiveNews]

Obama's crafty charisma couldn't convince Carlos to come to GM's aid. Not for a second, Ghosn says (probably in French or Portuguese). [AutomotiveNews]

Highway deaths are down to a 60-year-low, but where do we go from here? Please don't say "more bleeping electronics." [Jalopnik]

Chrysler's done with its 60-day, money-back guarantee program--but it's happy to show you something in a hefty rebate. [KickingTires]

Mazda's built its two-millionth Mazda6 sedan. We were told there would be no math. [Autoblog]

The next update for the Jaguar XF could make it look much more like the new 2011 Jaguar XJ--which in turn looked like the XF. [Autoblog]

Porsche's delivered more than $22,000 Panamera sedans in its first year on sale. Given the Ferrari 458's track record, we wonder how many exotic-fast Porsches have already been "retired." [PRNewswire]

Finally today, a simple smattering of Lamborghini car porn. Enjoy without comment. [Autopia]

 
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  1. Marty, In your opinion, what are the chances that Lamborghini will influence or provide assets to Chrysler for future Chrysler halo cars? Imperial sedan? Imperial coupe? Crossfire replacement?
    Are you optimistic about the Chrysler/Fiat partnership in evolving Chrysler into a near-luxury?luxury brand?
     
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