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Audi slaps Monroney on updated 2010 Q7

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Porsche Panamera pricing will range from $89,800-$132,600

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Refreshed 2010 Toyota Camry to start at $20,115

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2010 Lexus RX350 starting at $36,800

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BMW announces 335d and X5 xDrive35d pricing

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Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart priced at $26,490

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1-Series on BMW website with official pricing

The 1-Series has officially joined BMW's line up in the United States, having finally been added to the brand's official website. Along with its place among the Ultimate Driving Machines online, the 1-Series also gets officially pricing, which turns out to be John Neff

2008 Toyota Land Cruiser climbs 12.4% in price

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2008 Ford Focus will start at $14,695

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Pontiac prices G6 GXP from $26,595

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Jeep drops price of 2008 Liberty to $20,990

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2008 Subaru Impreza starts at $16,995, WRX at $24,350

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Scion xD gets stickered at $14,550*

Don't forget about the destination charges! Those are an additional $620.

Nissan prices the 2008 Altima Coupe from $20,490

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Nissan Altima Hybrid starts at $24,400 for the few who can buy it

The Altima Hybrid is a strange bird, a very strange bird indeed. Nissan signed a deal with Toyota back in 2002 to license its Hybrid Synergy Drive technology for use in the Altima Hybrid, but will be dropping the Toyota bits as soon as an in-house team can develop its own hybrid technology. Meanwhile, the Altima Hybrid will be sold with Toyota technology in only eight states, which include California and seven ot

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