Posts by this Author: Ken Scanzio

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The 2012 Impreza is also offered in 2.0i Premium, Sport Premium and Limited models? the Limited a new addition for this year. The 4-door 2.0i Premium starts at $18,795, while the 5-door Premium starts at $19,295. For the 2.0i Limited, prices start at $21,595 for the 4-door and $22,095 for the 5-door version. Finally, the Impreza 2.0i Sport Premium starts at $20,295 and is only offered in the 5-door body style. A new Sport Limited model is also available. These prices all…
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Americans Driving Fewest Miles Since '03

Americans hit the brakes on driving in July, logging 2.5 percent fewer miles amid high gas prices and a struggling economy. Through the first seven months of the year, Americans have driven 1.715 trillion miles ? the lowest tally since 2003 ... Overall, driving has fallen 1.2 percent this year or 21.5 billion miles. As Americans drive less, they may be more likely to hold onto older vehicles. But the trend may change as gas prices have dropped sharply in recent weeks, and are below $3 a gallon in some retail locations.
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Subaru Concept and Impreza!

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We're going to see both the four- and five-door versions of the all-new 2012 Impreza at the New York Auto Show this week, but at the Shanghai motor show, Subaru lifted the wraps off a concept version of the hatchback model in a crossover guise. Named the XV Concept, the study essentially offers us our first glimpse at the successor of the North American market Impreza Outback Sport as well as the Impreza XV that is offered in Japan.

The lime-green XV Concept combines Subaru's all-wheel drive system with a jacked up suspension and an array…

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Dan Perkins And Subaru Announce Mobile Internet for the Outback

What would a mobile Hot Spot mean to your family or business?  Dan Perkins Subaru is excited to announce the latest technology accessory from Subaru.

The new Subaru Mobile Internet system creates a Wi-Fi hotspot inside the Outback giving internet access to 10 or more users for up to 150 feet around the vehicle.   This gives Tailgating a whole new perspective! The Subaru Outback redefined the SUV, and offering Wi-Fi connectivity further expands this versatile vehicle's capability. Operating on the 3G network and working with all Wi-Fi enabled devices, Subaru Mobile Internet provides users a safe, fully encrypted connection…
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Car Button Could Tell if You're Tipsy

Auburn Hills, [Mich.]-based auto supplier Takata is working on a device that checks a driver's blood-alcohol level through the skin. Takata and its partner, TruTouch in Albuquerque, N.M., have received a $2.25-million grant from the Automotive Coalition for Traffic Safety (ACTS), an industry group, to make the device commercially viable. The team is working to make its current breadbox-sized device that uses an infrared sensor to determine alcohol level small enough, cheap enough and unobtrusive enough to be put on the car's start button, said Kirk Morris, Takata's vice president of business development. Takata…
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