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2014 Jeep Cherokee gets a price

Do you have a thing for the new misshapen, FWD, Italian Jeep? It’ll cost you at least $23,990. If you want all the fancy stuff, you’ll have to spend just over $30,000. I’m not sure who this makes sense to. Read more about the 2014 Cherokee.

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Should You Buy a New Suzuki? – KickingTires

No. Of course, if you had asked me that same question before the bankruptcy, I would have given you the exact same answer.

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Honda Accord and Acura RL Recall

Honda is recalling a total of 625.762 vehicles. Included are Acura TL’s from 2007 and 2008, and Honda Accords V6 models from 2003-2007. The issue is that high under-hood temperatures could cause the power steering hose to bite the dust early. The hose could crack, causing power steering fluid to leak. The fluid could leak […]

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2013 Mini Paceman is a good answer to a question nobody asked

Look, much as we like the Mini Countryman – we did spend a year with one, after all – we find it hard to believe that people are clamoring for a less-functional version of it. That said, we had our doubts about the four-door Countryman, and it turned out to be a pretty sweet, if […]

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Not all dealers can sell new Viper

As Chrysler prepares to launch the new Viper, only about 100 to 150 of more than 2,300 U.S. dealers will be approved to sell it, said Ralph Gilles, CEO of the SRT brand. That’s between about 4 and 6 percent of US dealers. The other ~95% of Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram dealers will be Viperless. […]

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Ford to add 1,200 workers at Detroit plant

Ford is adding 1,200 workers to a suburban Detroit factory to build the Fusion, a sign of confidence that the revamped sedan will be a big seller. One look at the 2013 Fusion tells you that it’s a winner.

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GM Cancels Next Generation Hybrid Trucks, SUVs

GMI has confirmed with several sources—both external and internal at GM—that the hybrid program surrounding the full-size trucks and SUVs has been shutdown. It is unusual for GM to cancel programs that are so close to launch, but many insiders GMI has spoken with are not terribly surprised by the move. If this surprises anyone, […]

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2013 Chevrolet Malibu 2.5 Review – Autoblog

Compared to the Toyota Camry, the Malibu is also a more enjoyable place to while away your time in traffic, if only because its interior is more refined. While we still didnt find the new Malibu the equal of the Korean twins from Hyundai and Kia, we can understand why someone might choose one rather […]

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