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  2. Cox Automotive - Wikipedia

    Cox Automotive is an Atlanta-based business unit of Cox Enterprises, formed in 2014 to consolidate all of Cox's global automotive businesses, including Kelley Blue Book, Xtime, and Manheim.

  3. Cox Enterprises - Wikipedia

    In 1999, was founded revolutionizing the way people buy and sell used cars. In 2014, Cox Enterprises brought its automotive-related businesses (which by then included vAuto and NextGear Capital) together under the Cox Automotive name.

  4. Doug DeMuro - Wikipedia

    As of January 2022, DeMuro owns a 2005 Ford GT that he purchased from Karl Brauer, one of his bosses at; a 1999 Mercedes-Benz G 500 Cabriolet, which he has described as the "world's most expensive Barbie Jeep"; a 1997 Land Rover Defender; a 2020 Land Rover Defender 110, which was the first car DeMuro bought new and currently uses ...

  5. Dodge Avenger - Wikipedia

    The Dodge Avenger is a front-wheel drive, mid-sized sedan that was marketed by Dodge.The Avenger made its North American debut in 1994 as a two-door sedan that was produced until 2000.

  6. Ford Fairmont (Australia) - Wikipedia

    Ford Fairmont at Retrieved 22 July 2008; XC series Ford Fairmont GXL brochure of August 1976. Retrieved 22 July 2008; BF series Ford Fairmont from Retrieved from on 21 July 2008

  7. Landau (automobile) - Wikipedia

    Landau is a carriage design with a folding fabric top consisting of two sections supported by external elliptical springs.. When used in referencing an automobile, landau generally means a simulated convertible.

  8. BMW X4 - Wikipedia

    The BMW X4 is a compact luxury crossover SUV manufactured by BMW since 2014. It is marketed as a sports activity coupé (SAC), the second model from BMW marketed as such after the X6, and features styling elements and the roofline of a traditional two-door coupé.

  9. Jeep Liberty - Wikipedia

    Inspired by styling from the Dakar and Jeepster concept vehicles, the Liberty replaced the discontinued Jeep Cherokee.. The Liberty was the first Jeep vehicle to use rack and pinion steering, and was the first Jeep to use the two then-new PowerTech engines; the 150 horsepower (110 kW) 2.4 L straight-4, which was discontinued in 2006, and the 210 horsepower (160 kW) 3.7 L V6, as well as a short ...