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Auto Section of NYTimes.com Gets Tuneup

January 20, 2005

NEW YORK – NYTimes.com has announced that its Auto section has been given a makeover. On top of the usual functions of the Website, the Auto section has improved its search capabilities and lead generation tools, which are powered by CareerCast. Readers can research new and used cars by price, make, model, and/or year.

"The depth an breadth of auto information on the enhanced section cuts through the clutter of promotional Websites and makes the section a must-read for objective auto news, as well as tools and information," said Leonard M. Apcar, editor in chief of NYTimes.com.

A new horizontal navigation structure is featured, providing five areas:

  • Automobile Home
  • Research a Car
  • Buy a Car
  • Find a Dealer
  • Sell Your Car
Readers can also access multimedia features showcasing the latest cars from auto shows, interviews with car designers and breaking news from NYTimes.com reporters.

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