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Previously under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, taxpayers who buy a new car this year were entitled to deduct state or local sales or excise taxes paid on the purchase.
Due to slow sales and a surplus of 2009 models, GM is notifying its dealers that 2010 Chevrolet Malibu hybrid production has been suspended.
Among the new many special edition Mini models unveiled at the 2009 Mini United Festival was this John Cooper Works World Championship 50 (WC50) Edition.
Swedish news sources reported today that automaker Koenigsegg and a group of Norwegian investors will purchase the struggling Saab brand from General Motors.
Switzer Performance, an Ohio-based tuning company, has come up with a kit that cranks 800 hp out of a 2009 Porsche 911 GT2 (997) on 93 octane pump gas.There are various packages available for the latest GT2, but the 800 hp GT2 package is Switzer’s flagship offering.
Rolls-Royce has released more details on the 2010 Ghost.
Last month, GM announced it was planning to reopen one of its idled stamping facilities for production of a future small car.
It’s no secret that Mercedes-Benz is a pioneer in vehicle safety.
With the Supreme Court stepping aside, the sale of Chrysler LLC’s strongest assets to a new company called Chrysler Group LLC was completed.
By now you’ve probably heard that Bentley is preparing a new modern flagship to replace the old-school Arnage.
General Motors opened its new Global Battery Systems Lab on its Warren, Mich., Technical Center campus today.
Ford is working on a twin-fuel turbocharged engine that could deliver diesel-like performance without the diesel engine’s hefty price premium.
Of the 450 people lucky enough to lease the all-electric Mini E, as many as 300 of them may be in for some bad news.
The name Lamborghini usually conjures up thoughts of an exotic supercar with a big engine and a deep, throaty exhaust.
AC Schnitzer just released its latest accessories for the latest Mini Cooper Convertible (R57).
According to PickupTrucks.com, Volkswagen has chosen a name for its new mid-size pickup.
Just in time for summer Infiniti has announced pricing for the 2010 Infiniti G37 convertible.
Earlier this week, General Motors confirmed it had signed a memorandum of understanding with a Chinese machinery company.
The name Subaru usually conjures up thoughts of all-wheel-drive rally machines.
GM CEO Fritz Henderson and Chrysler President Jim Press met with the Senate Commerce Committee yesterday to discuss their plans to cut more than 3000 dealerships across the U.S.Senators scolded Henderson and Press about the harshness of automakers’ plans.
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