2002 Toyota Highlander N/A from North America – Comments
If the bottom portion of this review doesn’t shout BOGUS then I don’t know what does… How is it BOGUS? I have heard of japanese cars running for 250000+ and myself owned a 93 civic that was still running fine at 190000 when I sold it.
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Hyundai to announce investment in Alabama plant
Automaker set to expand in southern US, sources say. 16 May 2011 10:55 AM
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Arakanese rebels freed from Indian jail
KOLKATA – Thirteen years after they were detained on charges of gun-running, 34 separatist rebels from Myanmar’s Arakan province walked free on Thursday from an Indian jail in Kolkata, bringing down the curtain on a murky episode involving alleged betrayal and abuse by Indian intelligence agents.
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Malloy pushes amended sick-leave bill
HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is weighing in on the paid sick leave bill, urging state senators to vote for it now that a compromise amendment is being crafted to limit it to workers who have direct contact with the public.
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Leviste back in Bilibid
Former Batangas Gov. Antonio Leviste was finally brought back to the New Bilibid Prison on Thursday, a day after he was arrested by NBI agents in Makati for an unauthorized furlough outside prison. Leviste was seen smiling as he was being escorted back to prison.
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KOSPI May Ease From Record Closing High
(RTTNews) – The South Korean stock market turned right back to the upside again on Monday, one session after it had snapped the two-day winning streak in which it had jumped more than 75 points or 3.1 percent.
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Johnson Controls posts 29 pct rise in 2Q earnings
(AP:MILWAUKEE) Johnson Controls Inc.’s fiscal second-quarter earnings climbed 29 percent on higher revenue as its auto parts, building climate control and battery units reported double-digit sales increases amid a recovering global economy.
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Family Purchases Four Vehicles From Planet Hyundai
Automobile sales consultant Terry Mills of Planet Hyundai prides himself on happy customers, as evidenced by the many letters he receives from satisfied clients. An example is a letter written by Rosemarie Schaich that is displayed on the wall at Planet
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Zurich Classic of New Orleans’ 10 players to watch
Luke Donald, Graeme McDowell, Steve Stricker top list
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NEW YORK AUTO SHOW: Is The 2012 Hyundai Accent Going To Ride The Automaker’s Wave Of Success?
Now I know this may be tough for a majority of the fan bois out there but you have to give credit where it’s due: Hyundai has been killing it for the past 24 months.
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General Motors likely to retake No. 1 sales spot from Toyota this year
GM’s sales are up, mainly in China and the U.S — the world’s top two markets. Cars are better than in the past, especially small ones.
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At Last, an Auto Celebration of the Sippers
At the New York auto show, which has opened at the Javits Center in Manhattan, automakers seemed on-message — and on the same page with consumers — with a focus on fuel economy.
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GM to Retake No. 1 Spot From Toyota
GM likely to retake title of top automaker due to strong sales and Toyota’s quake troubles
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