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US: eco vehicles impacted by declining gasoline prices


Many people opt for the pricier alternative-fuel vehicles to also benefit from the lower fuel consumption, not just to save the planet. But now, as gas prices are dropping everywhere across the US, who needs them anymore? Toyota, for example, the world’s largest automaker and also the biggest auto power when it comes to hybrids, has seen a surge in demand ...
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Cadillac to expand crossover lineup beyond SRX and Escalade
The US premium brand, which recently snatched away from Infiniti its boss, Johan de Nysschen, aims to further boost its global sales with two additional crossover models, with the segment ...
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Maserati Levante SUV starts its development
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Volvo counts on new XC90 for future sales growth
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