It's Over: Ten Most Traded-In, Purchased Cash For Clunkers Cars

Cash For Clunkers is finally over. The final numbers? 690,114 cars were destroyed. Was it a win for America? Sorta. Of the purchases, American cars made up less than 40%. Full details, and most traded-in and purchased cars, below. » 8/26/09 12:00pm 8/26/09 12:00pm

Cash For Clunkers Rolls Over $1 Billion

Conveniently, the Cash For Clunkers program rolled over the $1.03 billion mark, exactly one day after the Senate approved $2 billion for it. Wow, crazy coincidence, especially since they didn't send us stats for yesterday to compare. » 8/07/09 4:45pm 8/07/09 4:45pm

Cash For Clunkers Program Actually Benefiting Truck, Crossover Sales

The NHTSA list of the most purchased cars under the Cash For Clunkers programs favors cars. But if you look at it by model, and not by trim, trucks and crossovers are the true winners. » 8/07/09 1:45pm 8/07/09 1:45pm

Not-So-Big Three Winning Cash For Clunkers Sales War... Barely

The Cash For Clunkers program's clearly moved vehicles off the lot. With the Senate considering an additional two billion dollars, our question is: who's winning the Cash For Clunkers sales war? The answer: American automakers, by a nose. Here's why. » 8/04/09 9:00am 8/04/09 9:00am