Aston Martin Mulls Building Vehicles in the US

It looks like Aston Martin, the famed James Bond vehicle brand of choice, is in the process of considering a new production facility in the U.S. While it's not strange to learn of a foreign automotive manufacturer setting up shop in the States (BMW has been building crossovers in South Carolina for over a decade), many may wonder if such an expensive brand’s image would be hurt by not being built in its home country of England. After all, part of Aston Martin’s British brand cachet is a significant part of the brand DNA.

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2016 Mazda MX-5 Pricing Announced

Set to hit dealers in North America this summer, Mazda has finally released pricing on the 2016 MX-5. According to Motor Authority, the new model will start at $25,735 and come in three distinct trims. 

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PHOTOS: Cars and Coffee, Great Falls

The original Cars and Coffee started in Irvine, California some 8 years ago. The spontaneous event took off and eventually folks who had attended or heard about the informal gathering of car nuts created events in their local area all over the U.S.

The event attended (and photographed) in this blog post is held in Great Falls, Virginia every Saturday morning at the crack of dawn.

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If You Don’t Know What Alcantara Is, You Will Soon

If you are not familiar with the sexy-sounding fabric name, Alcantara is a man-made material (the company refrains from ever calling it, “synthetic”) used in a variety of consumer industries, ranging from home décor to consumer electronics.  With a feel and premium appearance like English suede, yet requires minimal care akin to a worn-in pair of jeans, the polyester-based fabric has hundreds―if not thousands―of applications.

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ELR Bumps Power While Cutting Cost

While the fate of the Cadillac ELR remains in question, an updated version has been revealed. The ELR will get both power and tech upgrades for the 2016 model.

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Porsche Looking To Add Heavy Hitters Across Its Lineup

On the heels of its 2015 debut, Porsche is already considering a GT4 version of its much anticipated Boxster Spyder. 

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PHOTOS: New York International Auto Show

The NADA Used Car Guide staff attended the 2015 New York International Auto Show and captured the event. Check out our Facebook album to view over 85 photos from the show.

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Reviewed: 2015 Mazda CX-9 Grand Touring AWD

If you enjoy driving, but your current position in life requires an affordable seven passenger family-hauler, the Mazda CX-9 might be the way to appease both want and need. With its powerful engine, decent road feel and capable cargo area, we found this Grand Touring all-wheel drive model a unique selection in a crowded vehicle segment.

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Million-Dollar Car Boom?

Over the last few years, exotic automakers have been looking for a way to stand out and showcase their technological superiority over their competitors. The drive to be the best, coupled with a growing billionaires market has produced a new breed of supercars.

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Buffett Looks to Expand Automotive Empire

At the 2015 NADA & J.D. Power Automotive Forum held before the New York International Auto Show, Investment mogul Warren Buffett―who seems to own a piece of everything― answered several questions before a packed hotel ballroom.

According to the business mogul, “[Automobile Dealerships] can be a good and very profitable business.” Buffett went on to suggest that over the course of the next few years there will be several more acquisitions by his company Berkshire Hathaway, but there are no plans to expand outside of the U.S. anytime soon.

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