Hybrids aren't the only option for consumers looking for fuel-efficient 2011 new cars.
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It's no secret that the continued growth of technology has both helped and hurt the automotive industry.
When Ford initially introduced its voice-activated Sync in-vehicle communications and entertainment system in 2007, it was supposed to make life easier, and maybe even safer by reducing distractions.
Less than a year after we first saw Ford's Fiesta-like B-Max Concept debut in Geneva, we're given a peek at a production ready model, a month before its official debut.