Is it time to call the car industry recovered?
A new survey from Consumer Reports reveals this and more.
When it comes to innovations in safety and driver aids, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Volvo and a few other brands have long led the way.
“I have a little button to turn on 20 different colored LED lights.” – Angelina and her Nissan Cube
“After surviving two accidents, I refer to my truck as Ironman.” – Thomas and his Izuzu Truck
“The third day I had my truck, I wrecked it!” – Matthew and his Dodge Dakota Ultra
“I used to work at this diner as a teenager!” – Wade and his Harley Davidson
“I hope my children get to drive this car.” – Emily and her Mini Cooper
“I got my car two weeks before I adopted my daughter and they were both life-changing events.” – Nonie and her Toyota Prius
“My car is my home away from home.” – Peter and his Toyota Scion
“Other cars may be newer or better looking, but I like this one because it’s mine.” – Ashley and her Chevrolet Cavalier
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