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5 Luxurious, Economical and Fun to Drive Station Wagons that Make the SUV Irrelevant

Probably nothing short of $10 a gallon gas will ever pull North Americans out of their SUVs entirely but Acura thinks that the market for more fuel efficient and fun to drive "premium" station wagons will grow considerably in the coming years. They are so certain that they have just unveiled the all-new 2011 Acura…

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4 Best GM Car Dealerships in the Tampa Bay, Florida Area

Whether you're a long time resident or newcomer to Tampa Bay looking for the closest GM car dealership in your neighborhood you've come to the right place. Here you will find four of the best whether you live in Pinellas County, Tampa or Hillsborough County. They'll cover Buick, Pontiac, GMC and Chevrolet. One of these…

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10 Features of a Luxury Car

When you are very young you learn quickly that life is really all about the toys. This lesson proves equally true when it comes to buying a brand new car. Now, just because the economy is bad doesn't mean you should make do without the bells and whistles that make driving a slightly more pleasant…

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10 of the Best Ducati Motorcycles

Ducati are luxurious, and very expensive, motorcycles that are equally well known for their performance and racing ability. Ducati is not the most well known manufacturer of motorcycles in the United States, but their reputation world wide and in racing circles would rival any American manufacturer. A list of the top Ducati's would be incomplete…

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5 Reasons to Consider the Volvo XC60A Crossover

Five reasons you should consider the Volvo XC60: 1) Safety. Year after year, Volvo continues to lead all car manufactures in safety. The 2010 Volvo XC60 came with a Volvo world-first standard feature - City Safety. This unique, first of its kind feature prevents the driver from impacting the car ahead at speeds of 18…

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5 Ideas for Today

1) Blimp Bus: The advantage of the B Bus is that it travels in an efficient straight line from point A to point B. It doesn't waste energy on friction with the ground or time from waiting in traffic. The ride is relatively more silent than a standard bus. It's also smooth as you wont…

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3 Cars Under $14,000 that Rank at the Top in Dependability

For me, the most important feature of a car is its dependability. A smooth ride, great handling, and power are all meaningless if the car is in the shop. To get a car that is well made and reliable, you can spend a lot of money. However, it is possible to find a car that…

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5 Great New Small Cars for 2011

For the 2011 model year, small is the new big when it comes to car. A host of intriguing new small cars are coming on to the market. Here's a brief profile of five that are generating lots of buzz. 1. Fiat 500 The Fiat 500 is undoubtedly one of the most highly anticipated cars…

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5 of the Safest Cars for 2011

Since 1978, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration has provided consumers with automotive safety ratings based on a variety of crash criteria. The Five Star rating system was designed to give consumers informed choices so that market forces would drive vehicle safety improvements, as opposed to forcing safety standards by regulation. Nevertheless, safety standards are…

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5 of the Safest Cars Domestic and Foreign for 2011

Every year sees progress in both vehicle fuel-efficiency and safety as technology improves and regulatory and consumer pressures increase. 2011 promises to deliver several vehicles that raise the bar on crash safety, skid control and other features. 2011 Volvo S60 - Safe Luxury Volvo is synonymous with safety, and frankly that connection sometimes brings to…

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5 2010 Vehicles that Are the Most Eco-Friendly

Just because a car, truck or SUV gets good fuel economy does not make it eco-friendly. When hybrids like the Toyota Prius first came out, they were not very eco-friendly as there were no recycling systems in place for their battery packs, wiring, cables and electronics. In the past few years, however, Toyota and Honda…

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10 Greatest Moments in NASCAR History

With only professional football having more television viewers, NASCAR is one of the most viewed professional sports in the United States and holds 17 of the top 20 spots for the most fans to attend a single-day event in the world. Throughout NASCAR's 61 year history, there have been many memorable moments for fans. If…

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5 New Vehicles to Avoid

There are so many new vehicles on the market today that making a decision about which vehicle to buy can be a very difficult decision. On top of this, pricing is often mired in negotiation and manufacturer rebates to try to lure you into the showroom. Every salesman and every car manufacturer is going to…

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5 Ways to Increase New Car Sales in a Down

Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Dare I say it but I believe there might be a curse involved in being the world's number one auto manufacturer. As of this writing, Toyota sales are in a tailspin thanks to a nasty recall and competitors like Ford, Honda and Hyundai are picking up the scraps. Even…

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5 Things the Big Three American Automakers Can Do Now to Ensure Long Term Survival

There was a time in this country when there were more than just three major North American auto manufacturers with names like Studebaker, AMC and Packard...all now gathering dust in our collective memories. Although GM, Ford and Chrysler survived the great automotive sales crash of 2009 (with GM and Chrysler thanking their lucky stars for…

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10 Least Expensive Cars to Insure

If you're looking for the least expensive cars to insure, you're not alone. Thousands of consumers compare all kinds of costs related to vehicle ownership, from fuel efficiency to auto insurance premiums, and some cars just wind up ahead. Insure.com and MSN Money have rated more than 300 models for their insurance rates, but these…

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5 New Cars to Avoid Unless Someone Gives Them to You Free

It appears that the "cash for clunkers" program is a big hit with new car buyers and dealerships are finally seeing an uptick in showroom traffic. For most consumers this will end up being a very good thing because most new cars are incredibly reliable and fuel efficient. But that is not true of every…

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5 Cars Sold in Europe that We Are Being Denied

While the next couple of years are going to see a massive influx of new European cars into this country such as the utterly adorable Fiat 500 thanks to Chrysler's new Italian ties, for the most part the United States is usually denied access to the best vehicles that Europe has to offer. For example,…

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5 Affordable Sports Cars

A 1957 Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa just sold at auction for a whopping $12.1 million. Of course, not everyone has that kind of money just laying around. I have five affordable sports cars that should fit any car budget. All of these sports cars are available for under $50,000. Keep in mind that some options…

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5 Cheap Ways to Customize a Scooter

So you're traveling a little lighter these days on a scooter. Although your scooter is functional, it could stand to have a little more personality. Luckily, it doesn't take much money to personalize your scooter. Try one of these five tips to customize your scooter into something a little more you: 1. The easiest way…

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