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'Green' Machine
Ask a Tesla Roadster owner why he drives one and invariably you'll be told it's for the environment. But it's got little to do with Mother Nature.
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Camry Pulls Out All The Stops
Toyota is counting on the 2012 model to restore the company's reputation after several years of recalls. We have no reason to believe that the best-selling passenger-car in America nine years running won't extend its streak with the 2012.

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Chevy Sonic Aimed (Gently) At Millennials
GM says it designed the all-new econocar specifically for the 80-million-strong, but somewhat delicate, group of 18-through-30-year-olds that contribute $200 billion annually to the American economy.

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Toyota Betting On HOV Access For Prius Plug-in
The Japanese automaker is counting on access to high-occupancy vehicle lanes to drive initial U.S. sales of its first-ever plug-in hybrid-electric vehicle.

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Los Angeles Times
 
'Vette Vogue
Since the Corvette debuted five decades ago, GM has sold 1.2 million of them, ranging from gutless wonders to racing machines disguised as street-legal cars.

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In Pursuit of the Model Mustang
Buyers face thousands of choices. Early cars have sex appeal, but the latest generation embodies 25-plus years of technical improvements.
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Tickle Me, Eldo
Early models of the luxurious Caddys with the big fins still bring smiles to collectors.
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A Civic Duty: Check Out Hondas
The company's mighty mite of the mid-'90s is a solid option for inexpensive transportation.
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