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Mar 26th 2011 11:50AM I agree. Who needs TMZ when you have autoblog editors digging up muck for clicks?
Mar 25th 2011 9:09PM The ad is hilarious and the chicks are hot. Ford has to fight back with another ad, not with attorneys!
Mar 25th 2011 7:22PM Maybe they checked the price for soy milk. That's crazy.
Mar 24th 2011 4:45PM Apple and Google aren't needed. Microsoft is a bigger player in the automotive electronic space than those two combined.In any case, you don't need much on the smartphone side to make this work. It's more about the services offered by the in car system and what kind of API is exposed for app developers to write software for iOS, Android, WP7, etc.
Mar 24th 2011 4:40PM The only way they're losing money on a $75K three year loaner car is if they're including the cost of R&D for their electric car program.
Mar 24th 2011 10:39AM I've never equated the shooting brake design with the wagon body style.
Mar 22nd 2011 9:21PM So they're making $40 less than industry average on the sale of a $20,000 car. Wow.
Mar 14th 2011 8:13PM "They said, 'something like a catsuit', and I thought: I don't have any curves to fill a catsuit"
Mar 13th 2011 10:34PM Well, sure. There are 600 HP Honda Civics, but this isn't a "tunner" car. It's straight from the factory.
Mar 11th 2011 3:05PM My first reaction was disappointment. Then I considered that this is yet another option that will certainly work for a group of people who may not need a 40 mile range and the costs associated with a battery that makes that kind of range possible.
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