It's no secret the U.S. market has made a dramatic shift away from cars toward trucks, a movement that continues to show momentum. But it appears the industry — and consumers — aren't ready yet to give up on the passenger car market entirely. For buyers, the primary attraction likely is cost. Not only are mainstream small and intermediate cars less expensive to begin with, automakers have been aggressively cutting stickers while tacking on rebates that range as high as $3,000. For ...
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