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How Much Are You Willing To Pay For 200 MPH? #YouTellUs
How Much Are You Willing To Pay For 200 MPH? #YouTellUs

The classic line from Ricky Bobby in the movie Talladega Nights is, "I wanna go fast!" That line embodies how many guys feel at an early age. But just much how does it cost to go fast? Cars like the McLaren F1 and Porsche 911 Turbo are priced well out of many consumers budgets. Then you have the...Read More»

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Toyota Production Recovering Faster Than Expected

Just last month, the future looked bleak for Toyota. Plants in the United States, Canada and Mexico were operating well below capacity, and no one had a clear picture of when production would return to normal, or even which models would be impacted. Dealers were hoarding supplies of cars like the...Read More»

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Plaintiffs In Toyota Acceleration Case: NASA Study Flawed

Plaintiffs in the accelerator-related cases against Toyota are likely to challenge the NASA report conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) earlier this year, reports Bloomberg. According to the plaintiffs, the NASA study only reviewed 280,000 out of the 8 million...Read More»

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Frugal Shopper: End-Of-Year Deals Extend Into January

The last days of the year are among the best days to shop for a new car. From board rooms to district sales centers to the manager's office at the local dealership, it's the time to add up the year's numbers—and for the most part, the attitude is that a few more cars sold sure would be great...Read More»

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Trending In Social Media This Week: GM Goes On Electric Hiring Spree, Hyundai And Toyota

Social Car News has partnered with real-time online buzz tracker OneRiot to bring you a weekly report on what's trending in the automotive social media world. Each week we monitor discussions across all platforms, including but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, Digg, MySpace, and blogs, to bring...Read More»

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IIHS: Some Replacement Bumpers Protect Like Originals, Others Don't

Aftermarket repair parts are almost always much cheaper than original-equipment (OEM) parts, so if you're in a minor fender-bender, going with a budget replacement part—like a bumper—instead can be tempting. But there's a lot to be wary of. Turns out, many parts don't comply completely...Read More»

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New NHTSA Crash Ratings Drop Scores Across the Board

The 2011 BMW 5-Series and the 2011 Hyundai Sonata are the only vehicles to retain five-star crash-test safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), under new testing rules and scoring for the 2011 model year. The safety agency publishes a new Web site today, which...Read More»

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MPG Showdown: 2011 Camry V-6 Nudges Accord, Trails Sonata

If there's one prominent trend we're noticing already with 2011 model-year changes—even for models that don't change significantly in other ways—it's that automakers are making a real effort to boost fuel-efficiency in incremental ways. With the help of new low-rolling-resistance tires...Read More»

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Feds: 55 Models For 2011 To Be Tested For Revamped 5-Star Ratings

For safety-conscious car shoppers, it's been more than a little daunting over the past couple of model years to tell the difference between the safest models on the market and those that are merely good. Every automaker, it seems, has a five-star rating to boast about, and almost every vehicle, it...Read More»

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TCC’s Ten Tips For Getting The Most Out Of Your Test Drive

Fifteen minutes might be enough time to quickly mouse-click through basic specs and prices and comparison-shop a few models; but it’s not long enough to test-drive a vehicle that’s likely going to be part of your daily life for years. According to data from J.D. Power & Associates’...Read More»

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Are Arguing Kids in the Car More Dangerous Than Drunk Drivers?

Could fights between your brood be causing you to be more likely to have an accident? An article on British car Web site Whatcar is citing a report by the Transport Research Laboratory for insurance company Direct Line that suggests arguing children can be such a distraction for drivers, that it's...Read More»

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Family Car Compare: 2010 Honda Accord Versus 2010 Toyota Camry

Accord or Camry? Among family car buyers, the debate rages eternal. With the help of our parent site, The Car Connection, we'll attempt to shed a little light on the subject. The Accord and Camry are the heavy-weights of the mid-size segment, and the two continually fight it out for the top sales...Read More»

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Looking For A Sweet Deal? Vehicle Incentives Hit Record Highs

If you're in the market for a new ride and you've been waiting for the current wave of incentives to peak, you might want to head down to your dealer now. According to a study from Edmunds, more auto shoppers scored 0% financing last month than at any time in recent memory, and we're not so sure...Read More»

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Toyota Extends Incentives, Adds Free Maintenance

It's official. As we anticipated last week, Toyota has extended its largest-ever incentive program through April, and it served to jump-start Toyota’s sales after recall woes that put the brakes on showroom activity in January and February. The so-called March Sales Event helped Toyota finish...Read More»

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Toyota Will Renew Incentives Through April, As Sales Soar

Thanks to the strong incentives offered over the past month, Toyota sales have recovered nicely despite multiple recalls and highly publicized federal investigations. But it looks like the automaker isn't going to ease off them quite yet. The original March Sales Event incentives, slated to expire...Read More»

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Honda Counters Toyota Incentives With New Leasing Deals

Honda has announced its biggest set of lease deals ever, which market experts are identifying as an effort to stoke sales and save its market share against the aggressive incentives now being offered by archrival Toyota. The so-called Feature Special Lease program that runs through May 3 allows a...Read More»

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Even This Month, GM And Ford Outspending Toyota On Incentives

Toyota might have rolled out more incentives for March—including factory-subsidized financing and lease deals plus free maintenance—but GM, Ford, and Chrysler are still offering deeper discounts. During March, GM will have spent an estimated $594 million on incentives, while Ford will spend...Read More»

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With Incentives, Toyota Taking Back Its Market Share

The aggressive incentives offered by Toyota (NYSE:TM) appear to be working, bringing shoppers back to Toyota dealerships—and the automaker back from a recall-related sales slump. For the first half of March (through 3/14), Toyota has more than 14 percent of the market, according to the pricing...Read More»

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Frugal Shopper: The Ten Most Discounted Hybrid Models

If you're considering one of many hybrid models but think that there are no deals to be had on green vehicles, now would be the time to think again—and potentially head out shopping in the near future. Data from the pricing-intelligence firm TrueCar shows that a lot of hybrid models are selling...Read More»

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