Factories are running again, but shortages mean higher prices, less availability.
Some U.S. dealerships drop discounts on small, fuel-efficient Japanese cars while automakers assess damage from the earthquake and tsunami.
The jolt from rapidly rising gas prices has once-burned Americans stampeding back toward fuel-efficient vehicles.
It's good news for the auto industry, but can mean bad things for credit-poor buyers.
While gas prices continue to rise, half the people looking for a vehicle online are seeking out SUVs and trucks.
There's a buzz about electric cars, but even their owners have some words of warning.
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