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What's the Best Used Car Out There? The Accord, Forbes Says
What's the Best Used Car Out There? The Accord, Forbes Says

The capitalist tools at Forbes have spoken--and when it comes to used cars, the Honda Accord really gets them excited. Of all the cars available through "certified pre-owned" programs, Forbes says, it's the Accord that topped its survey, which was largely based on reliability data from Consumer...Read More»

The Week in Reverse

TCC readers, we laud your taste: your favorite car review from January was also one of our favorite test cars in recent memory. And yet you’re pessimistic on gas prices? Maybe you’ll cheer up now that the smart fortwo is on sale--even though the chances of getting lucky in the back seat are...Read More»

2010 Saturn Aura Spied!

First we saw it in the south of France, then in Germany, later in the States, and now in Sweden: a prototype of the production version of Opel’s GTC Concept, which made its debut in Geneva in 2007. By adding two doors to the concept, this becomes the next generation Opel Vectra, which is now...Read More»

Flint: Detroit Show’s Crossover to Crossovers

There are the cars of fantasy--such as the $100,000 Corvette ZR1, which I call “The Devil in the Blue Dress,” and the Lexus LF-A Roadster concept. They are real if you’re a millionaire, and will be out soon, but will always be fantasies to most of us. There are the cars of hope—all sorts of...Read More»

Saturn – Kermit's Favorite GM Division

Without a doubt, Saturn is clanging pot lids together in order for people to consider it a green, with-it division. To support their positioning, during their 2008 Detroit Auto Show press conference, Saturn trotted out the Opel Flextreme Concept hybrid (first shown in Frankfurt) with new Saturn...Read More»

Opel GTC A Saturn to Be?

What will happen to Opel’s GTC concept, after the Geneva motor show is done? Opel sources hint to TheCarConnection that a 2009 model-year production date in Europe is likely, with sales beginning in late 2008. That's for Europe, where the Opel brand is a mainstay. As for other brands, might...Read More»

What Time Is It? Merger Time!

It's only been hours since the news broke that GM and Chrysler may be exploring a merger - and mere minutes since XM and Sirius announced they're going to pair up to fight off the likes of HD radio and Apple's iPod. But both mergers have been on the radar of business pubs and insiders for much...Read More»

2006 Saturn Sky
2006 Geneva Motor Show, Part III

2006 Geneva Motor Show Coverage by TCC Team (2/19/2006) Lexus Gaining Traction in Europe While Honda officials may be questioning the role of hybrids, Lexus, the luxury arm of Toyota , has no such qualms. Gasoline-electric technology could soon account for a quarter of Lexus sales in Europe...Read More»

2005 Saturn L-Series L300 4-door Sedan Tail Light
GM recalls 291,652 Saturns L-Series in the USA

OK, so what else can go wrong with GM? Let’s see: the Fiat Fiasco, the incentive game fiasco, the junk bond market fiasco, the most recalls in the USA this year fiasco; not pretty! General Motors Corp., one of the biggest corporate bond issuers in history, joined the junk bond market recently...Read More»

2005 Saturn L-Series L300 4-door Sedan Trunk
DAILY EDITION: Mar. 1, 2004

TCC'S DAILY EDITION: Mar. 1, 2004 Saturn May End L-Series Early Plummeting sales and the coming of the Kappa cars could spell an early end for the Saturn L-Series, according to a report from the Detroit News. The paper reports that the L-Series’ sales have dropped by 78 percent in January from a...Read More»

2004 Ford CrossTrainer
2002 Chicago Show, Part I

2002 Chicago Show, Part II by TCC Team (2/6/2002) 2002 Chicago Show, Part III by TCC Team (2/7/2002) sponsored by Toyota CHICAGO GETS FORD CROSSTRAINER IN 2004 Ford’s upcoming product offensive of 20 new vehicles before 2005 will include the CrossTrainer, a new crossover vehicle to be built at...Read More»

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