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September 2012 Auto Sales

September 2012 Auto Sales
September 2012 Auto Sales - Automobile Magazine
It's better in September.

On the heels of a healthy summer for new-car sales, things actually improved in September, as the annualized sales rate bumped up against the 15-million-unit mark. Industry observers are crediting an improving overall economy, low interest rates, freer bank lending, and rising demand driven by an aging U.S. fleet.


Photo Gallery: September 2012 Auto Sales - Automobile Magazine

Photo Gallery: September 2012 Auto Sales - Automobile Magazine



Rubber Matters: Tires Test

Rubber Matters: Tires Test
Rubber Matters: Tires Test - Automobile Magazine
Why the right set of tires is more important than you think.

I once met a guy who seemed to think quite highly of himself for surviving three Michigan winters in a Pontiac G8 shod with the stock summer tires. His expert advice for anyone attempting such idiocy? "Never stop at a red light in the snow. You'll never get going again." Six feet under, in Westminster Abbey, Charles Darwin smiled. If your car can't find the traction to get to 10 mph, your game plan probably shouldn't include running red lights.


Photo Gallery: Rubber Matters: Tires Test - Automobile Magazine

Photo Gallery: Rubber Matters: Tires Test - Automobile Magazine



Ultimate Fantasy 4: Lapping the Nuerburgring

Ultimate Fantasy 4: Lapping the Nuerburgring
Ultimate Fantasy 4: Lapping the Nuerburgring - Automobile Magazine
Go to the Green Hell.

Welcome to Germany, the land of the speed-unlimited autobahn but also the world's most comprehensive highway code enforcement apparatus. On unrestricted highways it is perfectly legal to do 200-plus mph whenever you feel like it and when conditions permit, but on main thoroughfares, speed limits are ubiquitous, automatic distance checks via modern measuring equipment mounted on bridges can cost money and your license, and, in addition to increasingly common radar traps, there are plenty of camouflaged cops ready to point their laser guns at you. So instead of getting up at 3 a.m. to find an empty stretch of unrestricted highway (and perhaps to encounter crossing deer or a hoard of stray boars), you should consider sampling the country's most challenging stretch of public toll road, better known as the Nuerburgring Nordschleife. All you have to do is fly to Germany, rent a car, buy a track ticket, and, most important, don't crash. Because even though rental cars can be comprehensively insured, reckless driving can easily void that coverage.


Photo Gallery: Ultimate Fantasy 4: Lapping the Nuerburgring - Automobile Magazine



 

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