It may come as a shock, but carmakers don't just make commercials for the Super Bowl.
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We all know (or we should be expected to realize) that leaving a dog in a hot car is not only cruel, but illegal and possibly sociopathic.
There's a funny thing that happens when a car's odometer ticks past its six-figure "planned obsolescence" marker—it rolls over and resets itself.
Sales were up for most Japanese automakers in September, but Toyota and Honda were still down, despite growing signs of hope.