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    Remember how luxury crossovers were "The Next Big Thing?" Yeah, not so much.
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    According to Cadillac's general sales manage Ed Peper, mid-size luxury crossovers like the SRX, Audi Q5, and Land Rover LR3 "are like 26 percent of the luxury market." Perhaps he should have phrased that "are still 26%," because an Edmunds chart reveals that the crossover luxury segment has taken ...

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    Surprise, surprise: U.S. ranks 42nd out of 48 countries in deaths per capita
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    When you hear that the US is 42nd out of 48 countries when it comes to number of deaths per capita, it might sound like a good thing. Until you find out that the rankings go from lowest to highest -- which means, yes, that of the measured countries, there are only six places where driving is more ...

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    Whoa, Doggies - Toyota reckons growth will slow
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    Toyota is quite conscious of its target status, which has been amplified by their topping everyone else in the first quarter of 2007. Sales goals were consistently surpassed as all of the company's offerings got a boost from the Prius phenomenon. Toyota's Jim Press is predicting that they're about ...

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    Mercedes tops reliability report
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    According to the German automotive association ADAC, Mercedes-Benz vehicles are the most reliable among the German brands. The C-Class, CLK-Class, E-Class, M-Class, S-Class, and the SLK-Class all took top spots in the association's latest report, more than any other German automaker. The ADAC was ...

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    Data finds driving while white dangerous
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    In one of the more… odd… reports Autoblog has come across, Dr. Justin S. Cummins and his team have discovered that white drivers and their passengers have a 50 percent greater risk in vehicle collision fatalities and severe injuries compared to non-white drivers and passengers. The ...

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