Archive for February, 2010

If you’re anything like me, you threw a birthday party when you turned four and nobody came. Despite the fact that we were in preschool and there was cake, my very first friends-only birthday party, held the day before my family one, was empty. If only my parents had loved me enough to build this […]

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Honda has announced that it is recalling an additional 378,758 cars from the 2001 and 2002 model years to replace the driver’s side airbag inflator. The airbag recall was originally announced last July and included 440,000 vehicles. After the issue continued on cars that weren’t included in the original recall, Honda decided to expand the […]

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Things can’t get much worse for Toyota. The latest in a long line of problems with the once reliable brand’s cars may be a steering problem caused by the computer on 2009 and 2010 Corollas. According to USA Today, Corolla owners are complaining that their cars suddenly become hard to control at high speeds, pulling […]

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Ford has announced that the 2011 Mustang Shelby GT500 will receive several upgrades to make it faster, better handling, more efficient and cheaper than the 2010 model. The most important upgrade on the 2010 Shelby GT500 is the introduction of an aluminum engine block replacing the current model’s iron one, according to Autoblog. The 2011 […]

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In addition to their world-class speed and astounding beauty, Ferrari cars have a reputation for being unreliable. The complex engines and suspension setups found in Ferrari cars combined with their low production mean that only specially-trained mechanics are able to maintain the supercars, and replacement parts are never cheap. Now, the Italian supercar company has […]

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Toyota vehicles, even those not affected by the unintended acceleration problem, will likely lose some of their famously high resale value thanks to Toyota’s recent quality problems. According to USA Today, both Kelley Blue Book and ALG agree that Toyota vehicles will depreciate four to five percent more thanks to the unintended acceleration recall. Toyota […]

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Audi is offering special lease deals this month. The Audi A4 is available to lease for $399 per month for 36 months. The A5 is $479 to lease for 36 months. The Audi A6 is available for $599 per month on a 3-year lease. BMW is offering 2.9% APR financing car loans on most of […]

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February car shoppers will find continued record-low auto loan interest rates and more attractive leasing incentives across the foreign brands. Honda – Honda continues its focus on leasing incentives in February. Only the 2009 and 2010 Odyssey and Pilot have car loan incentives in February. You can get an auto loan with 1.9% to 2.9% […]

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Ford Incentives for February 2010 Ford Focus, Fusion, Mustang GT, Edge, Escape – $2,500 off or $1,000 off and 0% financing for 36 months Ford Mustang V6, Taurus – $1,000 off and 0% financing for 36 months Ford Explorer Sport Trac, Ranger – $2,000 off or 0% financing for 36 months Ford Explorer – $3,000 […]

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Toyota has announced that replacement gas pedals for its recalled cars have begun shipping to dealers, according to Autoblog. The solution to the stuck pedal recall still needs to be approved by the NHTSA before it can be implemented. Toyota has not said when dealers will be equipped to replace the pedals on customer cars. […]

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