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Cars in UAE enjoy a very lucrative and dynamic marketplace, both on the demand and supply level, when compared with any other country in the world.

For example, used cars in UAE are generally much more expensive than used cars in Latin America, Asia, and Africa.

A report by auto marketplace Carmudi.com, revealed that used cars in UAE cost an average of AED 90,000 ($24,500), more than other cars in other markets.

The report also revealed that car owners in the UAE generally change their car three times more their peers living in other places of the world.
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Whether you are just dreaming or you really have the cash on hand, the place to spot your dream car is one of the four major U.S. auto shows.  You’ll need to book tickets for Detroit in January, Chicago in February, New York in April, or Los Angeles in November of every year.

These four auto shows compete with each other for the most premieres and, of course, prestige. Eye candy ranges from the wildest automotive ideas to the sexiest, most luxurious vehicles on the market.  You”ll even find that the shows aren’t expensive, which is remarkable, given their size and scope.
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Australia has a long history of love and obsession with classic cars and motoring. Ever since the former Prime Minister Ben Chifley watched the unveiling of the Holden FX, Australians have shown their love and passion for motoring and classic cars. The biggest car manufacturers in Australia are Holden (a subsidiary of GM) and Ford Australia.

Because of the exorbitant costs of manufacturing anything in Australia, some say the future won’t have any Australian-made cars, which gives more value to the old classic cars that stood out the test of time and tried to leave their mark in the motoring history books and in the memories of true car lovers and enthusiastic. This is a list of my top 10 classic cars built and manufactured on Australian soil.
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What makes a car “smart” nowadays? Smartphones, smart vehicles… we generally associate this with better-than-average technology, technology that predicts your next question and fetches the answer for it. Smart cars will change the way we drive, change the way we travel, and change the way we live.

Do you want to know how much would it cost to fill the tank at nearby petrol stations? Or check on a Facebook friend’s latest check-in? Smart cars should be able to deliver such answers and more.
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Google has paid over a billion dollar to acquire the Israeli Startup GPS navigation firm Waze (link), but why? Most of us has never heard of Waze before now. And why pay $1.1 billion for a company that makes less then $70Mil in revenues?!

Is Google beyond all reason on this acquisition deal? Did any of Google’s previous over-a-billion-dollar takeovers fail to pay back? There must be some very good reasons that justifies paying over a billion dollar, but Google is not known for sharing the reasons for their decisions. With some research, few possible reasons for such a steep investment come to light, which can also shed some light on the reason for the US FTC to investigate further this acquisition.
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A Mini Cooper zooming down the street can entice any driver. These little / mini vehicles come in an array of different colours and designs that are very stylish. It’s hard for a driver not to notice these mini cars. The hard top and convertibles are so sexy.

Minis are almost like little race cars that have abandoned the race track for the freedom of the open road. The most popular models are the hardtops and convertibles, but the Mini Coupe, Clubman, Countryman, and John Cooper Works models are also available. Here I shall list strong reasons to love the Minis:
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