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Hot cars, pretty women: Does sex still sell cars?

South Korean models stand during a press day of the Seoul Motor Show in Goyang, west of Seoul, South Korea in 2007.

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Road Rush: Car show models: Does sex still sell?

Auto makers no longer can ' get away with just putting pretty girls on the stand. There has to be more to it. The game has changed, writes Peter Cheney

In Pictures: Hot cars, pretty women

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Are auto makers empowering - or exploiting - the women who present their cars? It might depend on what country you're in

Auto Buzz: Honda unveils 2012 Civic

New model will start rolling off the assembly line in April; Mini offers free scheduled maintenance program

Driving It Home: What does "Imported from Detroit" mean to Canadians?

Chrysler is hoping that its buzz-worthy Super Bowl ad will move cars

Classic Cars: A super Nova takes Cruise Nationals' top prize

Gold medalist discovered in an Iowa storage locker a decade ago - and it 'looked really miserable'

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Auto Show Coverage

Click here for news, opinions, photos and more from the Canadian International Auto Show

My Car : Chuvalo pulls no punches when it comes to cars

Legendary Canadian boxer's ride is a knockout Infiniti EX35

Best of the Lot: Can you trust auto makers' fuel economy stats?

Lies, damned lies and fuel economy statistics: EnerGuide fuel consumption ratings bear no resemblance to reality, but they're still useful

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How It Works: The internal combustion engine: not dead yet

The hype may be geared toward electric vehicles but most of us will still be driving old-school cars a decade from now

Deals of the week: Mazda3, Prius, Dodge Journey and Kia Forte

A hot compact car market is good news for buyers, writes Jeremy Cato

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