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Gasoline prices have jumped again over the past month-and-a-half, which means that used car and truck prices should have expanded and contracted like we’ve seen during previous fuel spikes.
Only this time around, things haven’t remained true to past form. In fact, the recent 38 cent spike in the price of regular grade gasoline has done little to change the course that segment prices have been following since April.
More specifically, over the past three months the 3.0% average rate of loss for compact and mid-size cars has led all others segments by a wide margin, ...
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This past May marked the beginning of a new unique joint venture between Subaru and Toyota as the BRZ and FR-S (launched under the Scion brand) no-frills sports coupes went on sale here in the United States. For those of you unfamiliar with these models, the formula is brilliant and yet simple at the same time. Two door coupe, 2+2 seating, rear-wheel drive, 2.0-liter boxer four cylinder producing 200 horsepower, all starting for under $24,500.
Subaru offers the BRZ in two flavors: Premium, which has a base MSRP of $24,495 and Limited which starts at $27,495. Automatic transmission is availa ...
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, don’t drive an automobile, or have been so fixated on the Summer Olympics that you haven’t had time to absorb the news, you’ve probably noticed that gasoline prices have spiked dramatically over the past two weeks.
There are numerous events that have been directing things behind the scenes here:
First, positively viewed comments made by European leaders and the president of the European Central Bank were taken as a sign that the Eurozone crisis might not be as severe as originally thought. This in turn would translate into stronger than antic ...
For this installment of our 2012 Model Year Used Value Spotlight we will take a look at a few sedans from the competitive compact luxury sedan segment, the Acura TL, Audi A4, BMW 328i, Cadillac CTS, Infiniti G37, Lexus IS250, and Mercedes-Benz C250.
For this comparison we are using a typically equipped MSRP which will include automatic transmission and leather seats, if not already standard. The typically equipped MSRP does not include manufacturer destination charges or any incentives/rebates. The table below highlights the typically equipped MSRP for each sedan along wi ...