Buyers Find Deals With 'Dark Horse Cars'

The Cash for Clunkers program officially ends this evening, so would you like to learn another way to save a pile of money on a brand new car? A method that you can use anytime, without Uncle Sam's help? Yes? OK, let's get started. I'm talking about buying a "dark horse car," a term coined by auto Web site Edmunds.com. These are vehicles that are similar to the most popular models but less well-known. For example, Edmunds says the Nissan Altima is similar in features and quality to the Toyota...Full Story
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