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  • 2). 2008 Chery QQ: Sneak Peak!  By : Matthew C. Keegan
    China’s Chery Automotive Group is getting set to import as many as five vehicles into the US starting in the summer of 2007. These 2008 models are reportedly going to be cheaper than competing models in their respective classes, undercutting some models by as much as $10,000 per car. I have been doing a little investigating and have learned more about the Chery QQ, the three door compact that will retail for just $6995.
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  • 12). Ford Crown Victoria: Change Is Good  By : Matthew C. Keegan
    One of the most well known names in autodom is poised to get its first major overhaul in nearly thirty years. Ford’s Crown Victoria, introduced in 1979, has had only minor changes since its introduction, but a new plan by Ford to overhaul the crown jewel of its fleet is apparently in the offing. Thanks to government assistance – Australian to be exact – the new Crown Victoria will be a clean break from the current model and will help to spawn additional models for siblings Mercury and Lincoln.
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  • 14). Happy Honda Days, Eh?  By : Matthew C. Keegan
    I love this time of year! The seasonal music, the lights, manger scenes, and the silly ads on television. No, I am not talking about ads pitching products to put in your stocking or to set under your Christmas tree. Instead, what I like is all the car ads cleverly designed to get you to leave the mall and hit dealer showrooms. There is a lot more then meets the eye when a car ad makes its appearance during the holiday season.
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  • 20). 1917 Woods Dual Power  By : Michael Doherty
    The first hybrid gas electric car did not come out in 1983, but in 1917. The Woods Dual Power was built by the Woods Motor Vehicle Company of Chicago. Because the gas engine was so rough, but supplied more power and electric cars were smoother, but had limited range, the Woods Motor Vehicle Company wanted to supply a car that gave you the best of both worlds.
    Article Related to: hybrid cars, cars, hybrids, hev, prius, toyota, ford, gm

  • 25). IRS Issues Tax Credit Amounts For GM Trucks  By : Richard A. Chapo
    As 2006 rolls along, the IRS is in the process of issuing tax credit amounts to particular hybrid vehicles. The agency has just issued the amounts for a number of GM vehicles. IRS Issues Tax Credit Amounts For GM Trucks As part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the tax advantages of owning a hybrid vehicle have been seriously upgraded. Prior to the Act, a person that purchased such a vehicle could claim a tax deduction of up to $2,000.
    Article Related to: taxes, tax, chevrolet, gm, silverado, tax credits, credit, truck, hybrid, irs


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