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From this point forward it will be only driven four months a year, about 3,000 miles, mostly city driving. Should this service be done?
GM believes that the polished Colorado — and its brother, the GMC Canyon — can sidestep many of the pitfalls in the tough midsize segment by appealing heavily to lifestyle buyers.
Whether you're buying a new or used car or truck this fall, you'll find auto loan rates remain surprisingly low.
Car dealers are transforming their facilities into high-end showplaces complete with expansive event spaces, gourmet coffee, designer furniture, WiFi, flat panel TVs and kid-friendly play zones.
The 2014 Infiniti Q50 S AWD sport sedan delivers spirited performance and sleek looks, but feels half a step out of sync with the luxury market.
Mercedes has stuffed 503 horsepower into a compact sedan, the all-new C63 AMG.
Will paying for a car in cash yield a better overall deal?
A Jaguar sports car? Until the introduction of the 2014 Jaguar F-Type, the term applied to the company’s past, not its present.
General Motors plans to bring out a new flagship sedan for its struggling Cadillac brand at the end of next year.
Mercedes-Benz had a simple plan for its new C-Class compact sedan: Do everything the full-size S-Class does, but in a smaller package for less money.

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