Toyota Camry

"It's just an instant blessing, an instant surprise."
Kingston Frazier, 6, had been sleeping in his mother's car when it was stolen early Thursday, police said.
When you do take your test drive, there are a few specific things you should be looking, listening and sniffing for. Yes, sniffing.
Every 40 seconds a car in the United States is stolen, according to the most recent FBI data on auto theft. Which cars are
As a consumer, I could care less for all of these technologies, innovations and business models. What matter most to me is that OnStar works.
Despite the soaring yen, which erodes Japanese exporters' foreign earnings and makes their goods more expensive overseas
As the world gets greener, but the recession hangs on, even the building of the world's most popular low emissions/high mileage car has been put on hold in its largest market.
The truck which challenged millions of drivers to sit way up high, go off-road and inspired an entire generation of too-big vehicles in too many hands, is back in an all new iteration. 2010-07-27-explorer.jpg
If you Google Toyota, among the first things that pop up is an ad slugged "Toyota Recall News." That's accompanied by links
Now its Toyota's turn to be stupid. The excuse that floormats made their cars suddenly and uncontrollably accelerate always seemed rather thin. The bloom is off the rose for this brand.
An interesting tidbit came out of a recent Consumer Reports study: The more money a consumer spends on a car does not translate into a more reliable vehicle.
Toyota's floor mat recall is a bit unusual because owners are being asked to "make the fix" right away and on their own; this tell us the government considers the problem an immediate and important safety risk.
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Rained-out on Sunday, though officials waited until almost midnight local time to call it off, the race started Monday at
Even Bush doesn't want to go down in history as the man who oversaw the destruction of GM, Ford and Chrysler (I hope), and I'd guess Obama wishes he could install his own new team now and fire Paulson.
Trying to make death by overwork acceptable to any society, because survivors are able to get some monetary benefit is ridiculous, repulsive and outrageous.