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Mar 30, 2015

Keeping the 2015 U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Outlook at 16.8 Million

A second-quarter surge in U.S. light-vehicle sales will further alleviate the need for bigger summer spiffs to get rid of older stock, meaning lower third-quarter volumes....More
Mar 19, 2015

Paying to Fill the Potholes on the Oregon Trail

“The state is worried that with cars getting better and better mileage, it’ll collect less in fuel taxes to take care of the roads and bridges,” Nance tells husband Peter as she explains Oregon’s pay-per-mile road-funding scheme....More
Mar 05, 2015

Why Call Them Auto Dealers?4

Some people think auto-retailing name changes are in order....More
Feb 27, 2015

Of Humvees and Heroes: Aluminum, Steel Do Battle

A key issue in the aluminum-vs.-steel standoff is strength. Each side is playing the military and, by extension, the patriotism card. The message is that if it’s strong enough to protect soldiers in combat, then it’s strong enough, and safe enough, for you and everybody in your truck....More

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