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Will you be keeping your current light vehicle for twelve years or more? A new study released yesterday states the combined average age of all light vehicles on the road in the U.S. remains steady at 11.4 years, based on a snapshot of vehicles in operation taken Jan. 1 of this year, according to IHS […]

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California, Texas and Florida lead the U.S. with the most registrations of fuel-efficient clean diesel and hybrid passenger vehicles. This fact comes out of new analysis and data released yesterday by the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF). The DTF analysis is based on data that includes the registration statistics of all passenger vehicles – cars, SUVS, […]

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Ford made the bet America was ready to downsize their pickup truck engines and go for V6 power and it looks like the company was right. More than 57 percent of Ford Motor Company’s F-150  retail sales so far this year are powered by V6 engines. This is the highest six-cylinder engine mix in the […]

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Polk confirmed Toyota’s Prius is the leader in consumer loyalty for non-luxury traditional compact cars. In presenting its Automotive Loyalty Awards, research firm Polk revealed Ford is both the brand and the manufacturer with the most loyalty amongst its buyers and that Toyota’s hybrids are loyalty leaders with the Prius in the Non-Luxury Traditional Compact […]

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Statistics sourced by Polk have shown Honda to be the most durable vehicles of any non-luxury brands for the last 25 years. According to Polk vehicle registration statistics from 1988-2012, Honda vehicles are the most durable and longest lasting of any mainstream automotive brand. Polk said no other mainstream brand had a greater percentage of […]

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