Day: October 11, 2021

Used car price rises not letting up as predicted, and the peak hasn’t come yet

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Used cars aren’t the best deal at the moment.


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It remains a poor time to be in the market for a new car. Or a used car. According to an Automotive News report on the latest data from Cox Automotive on Monday, wholesale used car prices rose to record highs this past September. In turn, that means the prices dealers charge used car buyers also continue to rise.

Year-over-year, wholesale prices are up 27% compared to September 2020. From August, September saw prices climb 5.3%. The increases coincide with continued difficulties for automakers to build enough cars to meet people’s demands. The semiconductor chip shortage, according to the most recent estimates, may not start to stabilize until sometime next year. And only in the first half of 2023 may the industry enter an actual recovery phase. Without enough chips, carmakers will remain stuck as buyers won’t

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Nutson’s Weekly Auto News Wrap-up


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AUTO CENTRAL CHICAGO – October 10, 2021: Every Sunday Larry Nutson, The Chicago Car Guy and Executive Producer, with able assistance from senior editor Thom Cannell from The Auto Channel Michigan Bureau, compile The Auto Channel’s
“take” on this past week’s automotive news, condensed into easy to digest news Nuggets.

LEARN MORE: Links to full versions of today’s news nuggets along with a million pages of the past 25 year’s automotive news, articles, reviews and archived relevant stories residing in
The Auto Channel Automotive News Library can be found by just copying and then inserting the Bold Text into any Site Search Box.

Nutson’s Automotive News Wrap-up – Week Ending October 9, 2021 ; Below are the past week’s important, relevant, semi-secret, or snappy automotive news, opinions and insider back stories presented as
expertly crafted easy-to-digest news nuggets.

* J.D. Power released the results of its Tech Experience Index study

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Greatest Sorts Of Automobiles

Transport infrastructure consists of the fixed installations, including roads , railways , airways , waterways , canals and pipelines and terminals such as airports , railway stations , bus stations , warehouses , trucking terminals, refueling depots (together with fueling docks and gas stations ) and seaports Terminals may be used each for interchange of passengers and cargo and for maintenance. On the similar time, GM’s mind trust isn’t going to show its again on the lucrative advantage it enjoys in America’s hottest car segments. With few other options as automakers the world over squeeze sedans from the showrooms, patrons are handing over droves to vehicles and SUVs, and Common Motors needs and needs each last dollar it will possibly get earlier than the music stops and the lights go out on the sport-utility get together.

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This 1931 Ford Model A Pickup Has a ’60s Dragstrip Vibe

It’s attitude. More than the style, flavor, or personality, attitude is the ingredient that distinguishes traditional hot rods from every other corner of the automotive world. This chopped and channeled 1931 Ford Model A pickup has attitude all over it.



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Scott Parkhurst has been a muscle car enthusiast for a long time. That interest led to owning his first car at the age of 14. Combined with his writing talent, it eventually led to a career as an automotive magazine writer, working for Popular Hot Rodding and Engine Masters for many years. Scott’s taste is diverse, and his years in the magazine business exposed him to every type of car that could be called a hot rod, including some famous ones. “While working at Popular Hot Rodding, I had the chance to drive

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