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Cadillac unveils 2011 CTS Coupe pricing, options

Cadillac has announced pricing 2011 CTS Coupe, the centerpiece of brand, will begin at $38,990 including destination charge. The CTS Coupe goes on sale in early August in the United States.

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Land Rover HSE Sport, 2010: Roman Mica's Rambling Review (Video)

Roman Mica, a contributing editor to TheWeeklyDriver.com, recently reviewed the 2010 Land Rover Sport HSE. Now, Mica further tests the car via one of the reasons it’s offered — inclement weather conditions.

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Porsche to Audi, Lexus to BMW: Best (used) luxury cars under $30,000

Not too many years ago, $30,000 was the launching price point for purchasing a new luxury car. Now, that’s about the average price of new car in the United States. But plenty of options abound for those who want a luxury vehicle in the $30,000 price range. But it’s going to be a used car.

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