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Honda Tries To Race Ahead With Its New Acura NSX Hybrid

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Nearly a third of new auto loans now last 74 months or longer, which alarms some analysts. iStockphoto hide caption

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More Americans Opt For Risky Long-Term Car Loans

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Concept Cars, Once Outlandish, Now Vital To Auto Industry's Future

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Heather Peters and her 2006 Honda Civic hybrid. She went to court over its disappointing mileage. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Honda Owner's Win In Small Claims Court Could Start A Trend

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