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Tata Nano, world's cheapest car, set for U.S. debut in New York

Tata Nano, world's cheapest car, set for U.S. debut in New York 2The Tata Nano, the world’s cheapest car and arguably the world’s most discussed automotive innovation since the Ford Model-T, Volkswagen Bug and ’57 Chevy, will make its United States on Feb. 18 in New York — sort of.

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Lexus RX, 450h, 2010: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Lexus RX, 450h, 2010: The Weekly Driver Car Review 3When it debuted in 2006, it could have easily been considered an oxymoron — a luxury, hybrid sport utility vehicle? But with its series of upgrades, the newly named Lexus RX 450h has become mainstream in its short tenure.

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Chicago Auto Show, 2010: New models, concept cars from Ford, Chevy, Honda, Toyota, Kia

Chicago Auto Show, 2010: New models, concept cars from Ford, Chevy, Honda, Toyota, Kia 4Roman Mica, editor at-large for TheWeeklyDriver.com, recently visited the Chicago Auto Show. It featured some of the newest cars and concepts cars from manufacturers like Ford, Chevy, Honda, Toyota and KIA.

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Hertz plans to introduce Nissan Leaf into rental car fleet

Hertz plans to introduce Nissan Leaf into rental car fleet 5Hertz has announced it will add the Nissan Leaf, its an all-electric vehicle with a rechargeable battery, into its lineup in the U.S. and Europe in 2011.

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Toyota's rise to recall crisis: Reuters details carmaker's woes in timeline

Toyota's rise to recall crisis: Reuters details carmaker's woes in timeline 6Reuters, the international news agency based in London, England and with bureaus around the globe, has broken many of the ongoing components of the ongoing Toyota crisis.

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Lexus 450h AWD hybrid, 2010: Roman Mica's Rambling Review (Video)

Lexus 450h AWD hybrid, 2010: Roman Mica's Rambling Review (Video) 7Roman Mica became a contributing editor to TheWeeklyDriver.com. a few months ago. With his latest video review, Mica takes a three-minute look at the 2010 Lexus 450h hybrid.

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Lexus GS450h, 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Lexus GS450h, 2009: The Weekly Driver Car Review 8Now entering its third year as a rare luxury sport sedan hybrid, the 2009 Lexus GS 450h is a desirable automobile that just happens to be a hybrid. There’s little, if any, consolation to its “green status” in any area of the car — acceleration to braking, handling to design. It’s a hybrid alright, with its small hybrid nameplate is so subtly positioned, how would anyone really know?

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