A most curious thing about the car business is how many cars are out there, with little difference between them and less reason to recommend them. Say you want a small sedan.Odds are you’ll consider Toyota and Honda long before glancing at Subaru, Hyundai, or Isuzu. Perhaps even more confusing for most customers are the blurred lines between Saturn, Chevy and Pontiac. What’s most problematic about car sales is that as you move from the most popular to the lesser brands, the cost/value ...

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