When a new pickup truck debuted, did you ever wonder how its competitors would suddenly gain a few hundred pounds of towing capacity with seemingly no changes from the previous model year?
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If the early and mid-2000s were characterized by large, thirsty SUVs, then the last few years have been the age of smaller SUVs and crossovers.
A new study out today from the Center for Automotive Research suggests there may be more than meets the eye in the story of the government bailout of auto industry giants GM and Chrysler.
In what may be a sign of shifting attitudes, GM is taking a bottom-line approach, only this time it's not based on how many cars are moved, but to whom and how.