Thursday, August 28, 2014
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The Street: The folks at Kelley Blue Book looked at the current host of auto offerings and found 10 vehicles bringing a more comfortable ride to U.S. roads. Kelley Blue Book capped the sale price at $30,000 and ranked vehicles based on their features and value.
As car lovers from across the country and around the world recently gathered for the Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit, one could feel the dream of a world-class auto museum gaining traction.
The Street: On Saturday, Aug. 23, the quaint well-heeled villages of New York's Hamptons were introduced to the growling engines of the all new 2015 Jaguar F-Type. To celebrate the automobile company's newest super car, Jaguar organized what it called a "British Road Rally."
If someone were to film a vehicular variation on the documentary Super Size Me, the redesigned GMC Yukon XL would certainly costar.
Q: My daughter has a 2002 Volkswagen Golf facing a smog check by next month.
When two companies getting together, economies of scale can yield greater profits and eliminate a competition, and the costs that come with it.
The Street: Can an electric vehicle squeeze out more miles per unit of energy than an internal combustion engine? If not, then the entire EV industry is nothing more than a pipe dream funded by fantasy-driven environmentalists who just haven't done the math.
Will a different size tire cause handling issues, mileage would be affected and there would be stress on the front end, differential and transmission?

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