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Bewley Allen Cadillac put its CSI on steroids, it's paying off!
In 1938 Mr. Bewley Allen opened his Cadillac store in Alhambra, California just nine miles east of Los Angeles. In the '60s and '70s the store was a gold mine. John Allen, Mr. Allen's son was running the store, and the Cadillac El Dorado was their bread and butter. Bewley Allen Cadillac was doing over 1,000 new cars a year and life was great. Today, Mr. Bewley Allen's grandson, Scott Allen, is partial owner of the store, and in 2009 due to the bankruptcy of GM, only 220 new units were sold.
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Please note, this data is derived from the automakers' monthly press releases, and the figures are a combination of retail and fleet (rental, government, business, etc.).
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If you're about to buy a new car, being up to speed on the sales performance of different vehicles in the market can provide you with helpful insight. If a vehicle is a hot seller, a dealer may be less inclined to negotiate on price. On the other hand, that model gathering dust in the back of the lot may represent a golden opportunity for those seeking the sweetest bargains.
You don't need to be a smartphone-toting member of the Twitterati to know that technology is encroaching into the car cockpit at speeds associated with the Michael and Tony Schumachers of the world. In the same way that only a few years ago you would've never dreamed of (or maybe had nightmares about) old flames finding you on Facebook or being able to track friends' travels on Foursquare, the tech takeover of the car is just getting in gear. Here are five technologies poised to change the way we drive — for good if not for better.
The 2011 Infiniti G25's 2.5-liter V6 sings through the rev range with such willingness and subtlety that it embarrasses the larger, more powerful V6 in the G37. In fact, this new, smaller engine in the G sedan family is utterly smooth all the way up to 7,000 rpm, at which point it has 500 rpm remaining before its rev limiter puts a firm but refined stop to the fun.
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General Motors Co. is proud of the all-new 2011 Chevrolet Cruze that's started hitting showrooms in earnest this month — proud enough, in fact, to taunt by name the long-time segment sales leader in a recent television ad called "Dear Corolla."
If you're shopping for a new pickup, you're probably considering things like bed length and cab configuration. Add one more item to this list: insurance expense. Some trucks are more expensive to insure than others, and it makes sense to keep this factor in mind when making a buying decision.
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It's no surprise that luxury and performance cars can throw a gut punch to your finances when it comes to insurance expense. These models often have the sort of horsepower that encourages bad choices, and to top it off, they're usually expensive to repair; put these two factors together and it's easy to see why insurance companies strap them with hefty premiums. But which of these models are most expensive to insure?
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