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    Report: Will EV lease prices go up thanks to ALG's new lower residual values?

    Is the US plug-in vehicle market going to be derailed by a vicious cycle of lower sales and their impact on residual vehicle values? That's one question that may be worth asking after ALG Inc. reduced residual values – the valuation of vehicles that are returned after leases end – for ...

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    Official: Nissan Leaf EV ready for certified pre-owned program

    Consider this week a cosmic passing of the torch. As legendary Southern California auto dealer Cal Worthington (sans his dog Spot) left this world for that great dealership in the sky, Nissan was making preparations for its all-electric Leaf to make its debut in the realm where good 'ol Cal ...

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    Report: Nissan Leaf holds value better than Chevy Volt, Toyota Prius

    If you drive a Nissan Leaf and aren't completely satisfied with it, now'd be a pretty good time to sell. That's the conclusion of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), whose most recent guide indicated that the battery-electric Leaf holds 95 percent of its value after a year, ...

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    Deal of the Day: 2008 Tesla Roadster for $79,900 - depreciation hurts!

    Any competent financial advisor will tell you that, almost invariably, buying a brand new car is a bad investment. With very few exceptions, as soon as you drive a new car off the lot, its value drops significantly. Hopefully, the now publicly traded stock of Tesla Motors will fare better than ...

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    This one's just fine, thanks; car owners putting 50,000 more miles on their cars

    Lifecycle CO2 analysis. Higher miles per gallon ratings for new vehicles. End-of-life recycling. These things will matter to fewer and fewer people because, AutoMD has some interesting numbers out this week about how long people are keeping their vehicles these days. An online survey of car ...

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    U.S. economy speeds up the used car market

    How much per month are you willing to pay for your car? Rising gas prices and the worsening economy have many people reconsidering their automobile purchases. Think of it this way: if you had $400 budgeted per month for your car payment and gasoline, the more you spend to fill up, the less you have ...

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    Despite Goverment efforts and high gas prices, Britons are buying more polluting cars

    Although other sources state that Britons are buying smaller and more efficient cars during this year, used car hypermarket chain Carcraft announced that they sold more used dirtier cars in 2007 than ever, despite the higher vehicle duty (tax) and the higher cost of gasoline. According to Carcraft ...

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    In the market for a new-to-you car? Want the best mileage possible?

    Alright, so we covered the raising gas prices the other day, and I am sure that you probably noticed them on your own the last time you filled-up. I did... $3.05 a gallon was the cheapest 87 octane in Toledo that I happened to run across yesterday. Last week, we ran a little story about a consumer ...

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    Fuel sipping used car market booming

    For those of you driving a Ford Festiva, which managed a very respectable 35 mpg, don't get your hopes up of getting a big fat check when selling your car. But those of you that bought a Prius or Civic hybrid, you should be happy to know that your resale value is holding very strong.  Toyota ...


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