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Secret Car-Dealer Dictionary Is Filled With Hilarious Terms

Gold balls, green peas and other jargon used by sales peoples

Given the less-than-sterling reputation that car salesmen have among many consumers, it should be no surprise that they also have their own insider jargon. Much of the lingo is now finally coming to light in one place thanks to an Ohio lawyer specializing in 'lemon law' cases who keeps a dictionary of the terms on his website.

GM Offers Employee Pricing To Owners Of Recalled Vehicles

American automaker trying to keep people from fleeing its brands

Owners affected by the General Motors ignition switch recall are getting even an better incentive to return to its brands for their next new car. The automaker says that these drivers can now get employee pricing on its models. Previously, GM was only offering them a $500 discount if they bought a new 2013 to 2015 vehicle.

Who Can Afford The Average Car Price? Only Folks In Washington, D.C.

Americans are spending far too much money on new cars

A medium-income household can afford the average-priced new vehicle in just one of the 25 largest U.S. metro areas, according to a report from Interest.com.

Key Factors To Consider When Buying A Truck

Determine your needs and save some money

Whether you're buying a truck for everyday driving or for occasional use, there are five important factors to take into consideration to make sure you get the most out of your vehicle. This checklist will help you determine which features are worth the extra money, and which you can go without.

Chinese airline preparing to launch in-flight car dealerships

Better hire an automotive editor, SkyMall. The Chinese are about to one-up you.

Interest in Toyota, GM compacts, hybrids jumps in January

Toyota and General Motors were among automakers whose compact cars and hybrids received a jump in shopper interest last month as gas prices approached $3.40 a gallon, according to the New Car Insights Report on AutoTrader.com.

Midwest most loyal to Big Three while the Coasts favor imports

Loyalty to a particular car brand seems to fluctuate as you move throughout the country. Certain makes sell well in one area of the U.S., yet that same make might fall flat in other parts of the country. One buying pattern is certainly clear, however, as car shoppers in the midwest flock to domestic brands while those on the coast prefer imports.

Report: Today is the best day all year to buy a new car

If you're in the market for a new car, today just might be your day. According to both Time and TrueCar.com, a perfect storm of factors have collided to make this the best day all year for consumers to get the greatest deal possible on a new hunk of sheetmetal. With a perfect mix of dealer incentives and manufacturer rebates mingling with the fact that dealers are now staring down the barrel of end-of-the-month sales targets and a stack

Autoblog hearts AOL Autos

Those of you new to the Autoblog fold might be unaware that this site, along with the entire Weblogs, Inc. network, is owned by AOL and has been since late 2005. Autoblog is very fortunate in that our partner under the corporate umbrella is AOL Autos, which is run by a dedicated team of industry experts and car fanatics, including our counterparts, fellow auto-enthusiasts and editors Chris Ciccone and Khoi Nguyen. We've worked hard towards bringing Autoblog an