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 |  Oct 18 2012, 1:27 PM

Pricing for the 2013 Volkswagen CC R-Line was just announced, starting at $33,020 including shipping.

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 |  Oct 01 2012, 4:40 PM

Sales for the 2013 Nissan Sentra compact sedan begin on October 16 with pricing starting from $16,770 including delivery.

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 |  Sep 25 2012, 12:32 PM

The Cadillac ATS is the American brand’s answer to the BMW 3 Series and it has now received an official EPA fuel rating of 21 mpg city and 31 mpg highway when equipped with the 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo engine.

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 |  Aug 30 2012, 3:39 PM

Set to arrive at dealers this fall, the 2013 Buick Regal will get a price hike thanks to GM dropping the Ecotec engine to offer the eAssist hybrid as the base model.

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 |  Jul 19 2012, 3:01 PM

Audi let loose a whole plethora of information on its new 2013 models today, and the Q5 and Q7 are seeing significant changes and a new connected infotainment system for 2013.

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 |  Jul 16 2012, 4:32 PM

Toyota has announced new prices for several 2013 models. While most are going up in price, they are getting new equipment along with it. Continue Reading…

 |  May 10 2012, 1:02 PM

The 2013 Hyundai Sonata isn’t a completely different model than last years, but looking through the pricing and options list we find one glaring omission: a manual transmission.

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 |  May 07 2012, 10:36 AM

Cadillac has just revealed the pricing for its 2013 Cadillac ATS sport sedan that is poised to take on the highly competitive segment. Available in three powertrains, and tested at various racetracks around the world, the ATS is looking to make a big splash in the sport sedan market.

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 |  Jul 19 2011, 10:45 PM

In response to what it says is feedback from thousands of customers who’ve already driven the Nissan LEAF for extended periods of time, the Japanese automaker is instigating a few changes on the 2012 model as well as hiking prices.

Said changes comprise standard (instead of optional) DC Fast Charging system, allowing the car to be charged at 480 volts which reduces the time it takes to fully charge it up (Nissan says with the DC FC, it takes 30 minutes to reach 80 percent charge from complete depletion).

In addition, the 2012 LEAF will also incorporate cold weather features to help ease operation in Northern climes, including a battery warmer, heated steering wheel and heated seats, both front and back.

As a result of these changes, Nissan has also announced that it will increase availability of the 2012 LEAF, to include Northern states such as Illinois, as well as much of the South East, including Alabama, the Carolinas, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Virginia as well as the District of Columbia.

In terms of pricing, Nissan has announced that the 2012 LEAF will retail for $35,200 in SV trim (it was $32,780 last year) and $37,250 as a more uplevel SL (which sold for $33,720 in 2011). For those looking to lease one, expect to pay around $369 or more for the privilege of driving the latest version of this much hyped all-electric car.