Friday, July 25, 2014
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The Street: A used car hasn't always been a great deal since the recession, but buyers in some U.S. towns are finding them a much easier sale than others.
The SUV is the new family sedan.
Another fuel-sipping alternative is available to motorists weary of yo-yo pump prices: the gasoline-electric hybrid version of Honda's popular Civic compact sedan.
Jay Leno just purchased a $1.2-million 903-horsepower hybrid P1 McLaren.
Many teenagers are driving cars that are poorly matched to their driving skills, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
The Street: Stop right there, you are mistaken. New Jersey drivers - even though their horns are always blaring - are not the nation's worst.
The Street: Teenage boys are much more expensive to insure than teenage girls, says in a report. Boys add 92% to your premiums, and girls add 67%.
Once again, we are reminded that the Korean automaker Hyundai, like its corporate sibling, Kia, is a pretty quick study.
The 2015 Chrysler 200, makes an astounding evolutionary leap.

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