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2007 Saturn VUE I4

Family Car Tip: Keeping Your Car Rodent-Free

It’s no laughing matter when hungry rodents – rats, squirrels, even raccoons – start chewing the wiring on the family car. Those burned by this expensive... read more April 1, 2011 by  4


 
Ecolo Green Car Wash - very dirty Scion xD

Dirty, Dirty Rental Cars Might Make You Sick

If you regularly rent cars for business or family vacations, you've likely had at least one or two rentals that grossed you out in some way. Now you have a reason to be... read more March 4, 2010 by  2


 
2009 Saturn Aura

2005-2010 Saturn Models Added To GM Certified Used Roster

General Motors has just added Saturn models from the 2005 through 2010 model years to its Certified Used Vehicles program. Although the brand is no more, and most Saturn... read more February 16, 2010 by 


 
2009 teaser shot of Buick crossover plug-in hybrid, a rebadged Saturn Vue quickly dubbed the 'Vuick'

GM Cancels Plug-in Buick Based On Vue, Announces Replacement

The web has spoken, and GM listened. Or at least that's part of the story behind the cancellation of the Saturn Vue-based 2011 Buick plug-in crossover hybrid previewed during... read more August 19, 2009 by 


 
1964 Pontiac GTO

Not-So-Shocking Survey: Pontiac Is Most-Favored Forlorn General Motors Brand

Life is full of senseless tasks: making the bed, for example, or sweeping the sidewalk. The latest we've seen: an online survey of nearly 1,700 auto consumers, which reveals... read more June 15, 2009 by  3


 
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