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Rallying for a Cause
Rally North America (RNA) is quickly becoming one of the premiere charity road rally organizations in the country. Now in the organization’s fifth year of existence, the 2014 Rally US 50 is set to begin today as 80 cars line up at the starting line in Martinsburg, W.Va. For the next five days, 160 people will be driving roughly 2,000 miles crisscrossing the back roads of America, arriving in Pueblo, Colo. on July 11.
You Get What You Pay For
Residual value is one of the most important factors to consider when obtaining a new vehicle, especially if you plan on leasing. How much it’s worth at the end of the contract has a huge impact on how much you’ll be paying each month. Which cars on the market today hold their value best? The folks at ALG have it all figured out. In no particular order, here they are.
The analysts and number crunchers at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch released the findings of their latest Car Wars study, a report that tracks industry product trends. The results are surprising; market-share fluctuations are expected to remain small. But Ford and Honda are both projected to gain in the coming years with Nissan on track to lose share.
2007 - 2012 Hyundai Santa Fe Used Car Review
For 2007, Hyundai introduced its second-generation Santa Fe crossover with an all-new platform and smoother styling. Starting with the 2007 model year, the Santa Fe grew in size, bringing an optional third row of seats.
Get ready California, Hyundai’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are here.
Massive auto dealerships with large glass walls complete with hanging cars are usually reserved for luxury car dealerships, but not for long.
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The large, rear-wheel-drive sedan is a uniquely American phenomenon. Like bison, they used to roam free across the continent in an enormous herd that couldn’t be numbered, not even with an industrial-size abacus. But just like their furry, hoofed counterparts these cars have all but disappeared, victims of that relentless and unstoppable force called progress.
Editors Note: Hyundai spokesman Jim Trainor has contacted AutoGuide to clarify the original report below. Hyundai Motor America CEO Dave Zuchowski did in fact confirm that a new Tucson would arrive next year, however, that model is separate from a proposed sub-compact crossover that has not yet been given the green light for production.
Hyundai is planning to go smaller in the crossover segment with an all-new model debuting in 2016.