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WDBJ7 ReporterThere's a good chance your car might not be worth as much as you thought. A new study says used car trade-in prices are down four-point-five percent from this time last year. Cameron Simmons takes his job washing cars at Haley Toyota in Roanoke...
KickingTiresNissan's NV200 van will wear a new brand badge in 2014. General Motors and Nissan announced today that the NV200-based Chevrolet City Express will go on sale in the fall of 2014. Nissan will manufacture the small cargo van, and......
KickingTiresHow does the Chrysler Town & Country, one of Consumer Reports' least reliable cars on the market, earn a quality award? The same way a Volkswagen Tiguan, a car whose current generation garnered middling scores in J.D. Power and Associates'......
Summer gasoline prices will be lower in the U.S. than they were last year. But they won't be much lower, experts say, because U.S. refineries have been exporting record amounts of fuel overseas. That's behind what would normally just be a good news...
KickingTiresMost significant changes: a revised grille and standard LED running lamps and fog lights give it a fresh face Price change: both trims increase by $1,000???$1,710 On sale: later this month Which should you buy, 2013 or 2014? There???s no......
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Lower gas prices and a rebounding economy are pulling more auto buyers into crossover SUVs and boosting pickup truck sales, April auto sales data indicate. Honda, Nissan and Subaru reported monthly sales Wednesday, showing increases from April 2012 to...
The highly anticipated surfing industry trade show the Boardroom got the boot before its massive footprint even hit the beach, according to a news release. The consumer surfing forum put on by GLM will move from the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing in...
The WInchester SunForest Park Bowling Lanes will be closing its doors tonight after its last evening of family fun, date nights and friendly outings. Richard Heine, the owner, said he is closing the bowling alley, which opened in 1963, for the summer in hopes that...
Groton High School and Groton Community Transit have each received $2,500 donation from the Monsanto Fund. The fund, a philanthropic organization that is part of Monsanto Company, supports counties that have been declared natural disaster areas by...
Tags: Groton, Human Interest
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