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  2. Auto Trader - Wikipedia

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    Auto Trader or AutoTrader may refer to: Autotrader.com, an American automobile sales website; AutoTrader.ca, a Canadian automobile sales website; Auto Trader Group, a British automobile sales website; AutoTrader.co.za, a South African automobile sales website, which was previously a subsidiary of the Auto Trader Group

  3. Kelley Blue Book - Wikipedia

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    Kelley Blue Book is an Irvine, California-based vehicle valuation and automotive research company that is recognized by both consumers and the automotive industry. The company is owned by the Cox Automotive subsidiary of Cox Enterprises

  4. Cox Automotive - Wikipedia

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    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, Autotrader.com and Manheim.

  5. Cox Enterprises - Wikipedia

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    The company's major national brands include AutoTrader, Kelley Blue Book and more. Through Cox Automotive, the company's international operations stretch across Asia, Australia, Europe and Latin America. Cox Enterprises is currently led by Alexander C. Taylor, a fourth-generation Cox family member and great-grandson of founder James M. Cox.

  6. Sally Boazman - Wikipedia

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    Sally Boazman (born 13 September 1957) is a British radio traffic news reporter on the national radio station BBC Radio 2. Her reporting truly revolutionised United Kingdom traffic news with the addition of live reports from motorists on mobile phones and lorry drivers on CB radio.

  7. Acura CL - Wikipedia

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    For the 1997 model year, early models having been licensed as 1996 models, the CL was offered with either a 3.0 L J30 V6 producing 200 hp (149 kW), or a 145 hp (108 kW) 2.2 L I4 engine.

  8. Vehicle subscription - Wikipedia

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    Vehicle subscription is a service where a customer pays a recurring fee for the right to use one or more automotive vehicles.Some vehicle subscriptions offer insurance and maintenance as part of the subscription fee; other subscriptions allow the subscriber to switch between different vehicles during their subscription period.

  9. Ford Fairmont (Australia) - Wikipedia

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    Ford Fairmont at www1.autotrader.com.au. Retrieved 22 July 2008; XC series Ford Fairmont GXL brochure of August 1976. Retrieved 22 July 2008; BF series Ford Fairmont from www.ford.com.au Retrieved from www.archive.org on 21 July 2008