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Insuring Your 2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid
Insuring Your 2010 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid

So, you just dropped $85,000+ for your new Cadillac Escalade Hybrid and you have no idea how much insurance you need to cover your latest eco-friendly, luxury purchase. Its ok -- auto insurance is usually the last thing on the buyer's mind and the first thing on the dealership's mind during the...Read More»

2009 Mercedes-Benz S Class
VW, Mercedes, Honda Models—And Porsche—Top APEAL Study

Porsche ranks as most appealing nameplate for the fifth consecutive year. That's according to J.D. Power and Associates' 2009 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, which was just released. Yet Porsche only had one top-placing model in Power's study, the Cayenne. Across all...Read More»

2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid
2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid Priced

The 2009 Cadillac Escalade Hybrid is wearing something today aside from a big, snazzy grille and lots of "hybrid" graphics. Cadillac's sticker price for the new large luxury SUV hybrid has been affixed to the big green machine--and it's $71,685, according to the GM luxe brand. GM points out that...Read More»

Chevrolet Volt Concept
Should You Buy a Hybrid - Or Wait?

When is the right time to buy a hybrid? Should you be heading for the showroom now or waiting for the next generation of this technically complex but fuel-efficient alternatives? A piece in USA Today raises those questions and is worth touching on in this blog, as regular readers know my cautious...Read More»

Prius with environmental message
Prius Tops 1 Million

What began as little more than a technical curiosity has moved solidly into the mainstream. Toyota Motor Co. just sold its 1 millionth Prius, the world’s first mass-market hybrid-electric vehicle. Introduced in 1997 in Japan and two years later in the United States, the Prius is Toyota’s...Read More»

Prius with environmental message
Does It Make Dollars and Sense to Buy a Hybrid?

Is it time to buy a hybrid? That’s a question a large portion of American auto buyers seem to be asking these days. And there’s little doubt that for many motorists, the answer is yes. Toyota, for example, reports that its stock of Prius hybrids has fallen to the lowest level in two years...Read More»

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