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Auto sales to continue at a strong pace in March

Category:Car Enthusiast Talk

The latest monthly sales forecast by J.D. Power and Associates' Power Information Network and LMC Automotive indicates that new vehicle sales will remain strong through the end of March. The groups predict that both the light vehicle retail selling rate and the total light vehicle rate will remain on par with February's performance of 12.1 million units and 15.3 million units, respectively.

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Honda to try out new advertising structure

Category:Car Enthusiast Talk

Honda recently announced that it is launching a new advertising structure to benefit both its Honda and Acura brands. The automaker chose MediaVest as its new ad agency, as RPA will be Honda's new creative agency and Mullen will be Acura's new creative agency.

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Vehicle Management Software: Great for Any Size Fleet

Category:Car Enthusiast Talk

Every year, tax season serves as a recurring reminder that you should keep your financial information organized. Whether you are a business or an individual, tracking all of your major activities and associated costs is extremely important. You also want to keep your data in a convenient repository, so it is easy to store and access.

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Top 10 cars for $10,000

Category:Car Enthusiast Talk

Those of you on a budget are looking to get the best bang for your buck and Cars.com is trying to help. The auto website released its list of the top 10 used cars for $10,000 and the experts say the list spans from 2006 to 2008.

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Honda February sales led by all new Accord

Category:Car Enthusiast Talk

Honda recently reported that it was happy with the way it dealt with the winter storms in February, posting sales of 107,987 units, only accounting for a 2 percent decrease in sales compared to a year ago. The automaker noted that year-to-date sales are still above levels seen during the same period of time last year.

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New car buying affordability examined

Category:Car Enthusiast Talk

According to recent research from Interest.com, of the 25 largest metropolitan areas in the United States, a median income household can only afford the average price for a new car in one area. The only metro that could afford the average prices of a new car was Washington, D.C.

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