November couldn't have posed a more challenging month for automakers this side of another economic collapse.
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After three and a half years of political wrangling, the Obama administration has finalized the fuel economy regulations for all cars sold in America over the next 13 years.
Following the recession, automakers tried all sorts of programs to get people into showrooms and eventually into new cars.
Used car prices have been climbing for the past few months, thanks to an increased demand in America's emergency Dodge Neon reserves, but in April they have finally leveled out.