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Hunka, hunka burnin' rubber

'Elvis' comes to town with his backing group, the Memphis Motion, tonight from 6-9 p.m. at Pier 4 Park in Hamilton.

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Toyota trims Sienna prices

Toyota has improved its Sienna minivan yet again for the 2009 model year and given it more appeal by lowering the suggested retail price on all models.

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Auto date

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Pan Am bid ours to lead

(Aug 9, 2008) - Hamilton should not just be part of the southern Ontario bid for the 2015 Pan Am Games. It should take a leadership role.

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Rockets rock tonight

Last week's cruise night at Pier 4 Park had its biggest showing of classic cars and spectators so far this season.

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Posh yet Perky

As if the ultra-popular MX-5 Miata and rotary engine-powered RX-8 aren't enough evidence, you have to admit Mazda's comely and curvaceous CX-7 is a prime example of a company that 'thinks outside the

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Shift to lighter cars may increase risk of injury

An accelerating U.S. consumer shift from SUVs and pickups to lighter weight, more fuel-efficient cars should reduce rollover, but safety experts worry a lighter fleet poses serious risks despite airba

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Toyota poised to overtake GM in sales

Toyota sold more than 4.8 million vehicles worldwide in the first half, up 2 per cent from the same period a year earlier, the Japanese automaker said Wednesday.

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Civic leads Canadian sales

A car will likely beat a truck as the country's best-selling vehicle in 2008 for the first time in 15 years as consumers turn sharply to smaller, more fuel-efficient autos.

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Second-Hand: Ford Excursion

Crowned the world's largest and heaviest sport utility, the Excursion was 15 cm taller and 19 cm longer than the former champ, the Chevrolet Suburban, riding on a wheelbase 18 cm longer.

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Ford Flex for the space age family

In absolute terms, the Oakville-built Ford Flex is squarely brilliant. Here is a six- or seven-passenger spawn hauler with none of the minivan stigma that so evidently traumatizes suburbanites and the