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When You Need Three Rows

In Dodge, Ford, Honda, Kia, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Toyota by CQ Livingston

Most of us are not going to buy a vehicle with three rows of seats unless they need them.  Especially in world where larger vehicles are becoming less popular unless they are completely required.  The third row of seats means you have more wheelbase length, possibly less elbow room and in many SUVs a lot less cargo space.  These vehicles …

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Concepts and Ideas Can Come to Life

In Car News, Make, Offbeat, Toyota by Rocco Penn

Some of the most creative items we have ever seen come down a road have come from the thoughts and dreams of those who were designing toys and offering a smaller version of an adult sized product for kids to play with.  This has been the case for many years with Fisher Price and their Power Wheels brand of vehicles …

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Further Proof that Toyotas Hold Value

In Car News, Make, Offbeat, Style, SUV, Toyota by CQ Livingston

We rarely take a look at Jalopnik’s stories about individual vehicles they find on the internet for sale. It’s a great series that’s fun to read, but the posts are rarely “hard hitting news” or anything other than a highlighting fluff piece about something they found on eBay or Craigslist. This time, they caught our attention. The key was the …

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Race Cars and Kids Can Both Steal Our Hearts

In Car News, Make, Racing, Toyota by CQ Livingston

For a few years now, Toyota has been part of the NASCAR circuit, becoming a bigger and bigger participant each year. Currently the Toyota Racing has been so successful, talks are in the works to take the Camry and add the TRD tags to it in order to offer a Camry that is worthy of heading out to a track …

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Chrysler Leads Domestic Brands with March Gains

In Car News, Chrysler, Dealers, Ford, General Motors, Hyundai, Jeep, Make, Subaru, Toyota by Rocco Penn

Ford and General Motors posted their first “bad” news in a while in March. Fiat Chrysler continued its growth, continuing its streak of consecutive months with year-over-year sales gains to 60. It’s been a good five years for the automaker. Still, their gains were disappointing at 1.7% compared to imports like Hyundai (11.9%), Subaru (10.4%) and Toyota (4.4%).