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    Opinion: The good news and the bad news about December car sales

    The holiday season saw Santa leave some nice gifts for the industry. Pop the champagne, don't spare the caviar. The New Year has begun with a bang. Or, more precisely, the old year ended with one, December car sales delivering a much-needed boost to an auto industry still feeling the cold ...

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    J.D. Power data suggests January U.S. new-vehicle retail sales decline from last month

    After gathering real-time transaction data from 8,900 automotive franchisees across the U.S., J.D. Power and Associates predicts new-vehicle retail sales will have declined for January 2010 compared to one year ago. January's new-vehicle sales are expected to come in at 500,900 units, which ...

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    Hyundai Genesis launches in Korea on December 29th

    We saw it unveiled at the New York Auto Show back in March, and now we've got a release date for the Hyundai Genesis, just not for here. December 29th will mark coincident milestones for Hyundai. First, it's designed a new logo celebrating 40 years of growth. Second, and more exciting to us, is the ...

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    Oldest running Roller set to be auctioned

    Here's a Christmas present idea for the person who's already got a Springfield Phantom in the garage for concours events and a Camargue for a daily driver. The oldest Rolls Royce known to be a runner is going up for auction at Bonhams in London on the 3rd of December. It'll cost you somewhere ...

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    2005 ends with a drop in December sales

    It’s a fitting way to end a year that saw year-over-year declines for the Big Two automakers nearly every month except during the summer when employee pricing was the sales tactic du jour. Rueters is reporting that analysts predict GM to post a sales decline of eight percent in December, ...


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