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    REPORT: Subaru says it can't Justy-fy selling a subcompact in the U.S.

    What do Toyota, Nissan and Honda all have in common? (Besides the fact that they are all Japanese automakers, that is?) They all re-entered the subcompact market in 2006 after abandoning it years ago. What's more, Mazda is planning to bring its subcompact Mazda2 to U.S. shores next year, Suzuki ...

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    SEMA says subcompacts sales are flying high

    In the first quarter of 2006, there were 53,328 subcompacts sold. In the first quarter of this year, 107,942 little engines that could have tootled off of dealer lots. That's a 95.1% increase. At the current pace, according to Ward's Auto, B-segment vehicles will nearly double their last year's ...

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    Cost of oil hits record high - gas prices up

    Yes, we've avoided them for a while, but high gas prices have become a major hot button again. With Israel's attack on Lebanon last week, oil prices hit a record $78.40 per barrel before settling in at $77.03 -- still very high, and probably a hint of what's to come. Analysts predict that if Iran, ...

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    Nissan and Suzuki thinking joint venture?

    Nissan and Suzuki, sitting in a tree....Sources in Japan report Nissan Motor Co. and Suzuki Motor Corp. are currently in negotiations to expand both their lineup of vehicles. Nissan, reports MarketWatch, would provide Suzuki with mid-sized sedans or minivans while Suzuki would provide smaller ...


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