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2010 Ford Fusion vs. 2010 Toyota Camry: Which Should You Buy?

2011 Ford Fusion You might be surprised by how much money you can save on a four-year-old car. Take the 2010 Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry, for example. Our pricing data shows that you should be able to find either one for roughly $11,000 to $15,000, depending on the model you choose. By comparison, the 2014 Ford Fusion and Toyota Camry both start at around $22,000, which is about $7,000 more than a fully loaded 2010 model. If you ... continue reading»

Tags: Analysis, Used Cars, Car Shopping, Ford Fusion, Toyota Camry

Spiders Force Toyota to Recall More Than 800,000 Cars

2013 Toyota Camry 2014 Toyota Camry Toyota announced on Thursday that it will recall about 803,000 U.S. cars due to a potential short-circuit hazard. Model year 2012-2013 Camry, Camry Hybrid, Avalon, Avalon Hybrid and Venza models are affected. The problem is caused by a chain reaction that starts with the air conditioner condenser, which produces water condensation during normal operation. Typically, this water is collected in the air conditioner housing and drained by a tube. However, according to a document Toyota filed with the ... continue reading»

Tags: NHTSA, Toyota Avalon, Toyota Camry, Toyota Camry Hybrid, Toyota, Model News, Recall, Toyota Avalon Hybrid, Venza, Airbag, Spider, Short Circuit

Ford F-150 is Most American-Made Vehicle

Ford F-150 The Ford F-150 took the top spot away from the four-year champ, the Toyota Camry, on Cars.com’s 2013 American-Made Index. Cars.com ranks models by analyzing the percent of domestic parts used in the vehicle, where the final assembly of the vehicle takes place and the vehicle’s sales numbers. Patrick Olsen, editor-in-chief at Cars.com, says in a statement that this isn’t the first time the F-150 has topped the list, as it was first place ... continue reading»

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Toyota Recalls 2.5 Million Vehicles in the U.S.

Toyota is voluntarily recalling 2.5 million vehicles in the U.S. and 7.43 million vehicles worldwide for a potential safety issue with the power window master switch. USA Today writes that the switch “may stop working in more than a dozen models, produced from 2005 through 2010.” The automaker says in a press release that the driver’s side power-window switch may feel “notchy” or sticky during use, and that attempts to fix the issue with commercially-available lubricants ... continue reading»

Tags: Recalls, Toyota Camry, Toyota Camry Hybrid, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Highlander, Toyota Highlander Hybrid, Toyota Matrix, Toyota RAV4, Toyota Sequoia, Toyota Tundra, Toyota Yaris, Scion xB, Scion xD, Model News

Honda Accord Tops List of Most Stolen Vehicles

Shutterstock The National Insurance Crime Bureau released its list of the most stolen vehicles in 2011 last week. The 1994 Honda Accord, 1998 Honda Civic and 2006 Ford F-Series pickup truck were stolen more often than any other vehicle on the road.  According to the report, older cars and trucks like these are stolen more often than newer vehicles. “Newer cars typically are harder to steal because of higher-tech anti-theft devices,” writes the Detroit Free Press. For instance, many newer car ... continue reading»

Tags: News, Safety, Dodge Caravan, Ford F 150, Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Toyota Camry, Ford Super Duty, Vehicle Theft, National Insurance Crime Bureau

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