James R. Healey

Senior Auto Writer, USA Today

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Senior auto writer at USA Today, he writes its Test Drive column

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This week, the  Detroit Auto Show 
celebrates the new models car makers hope will save their industry. But
it's not much of a party. One observer said he's "seen more smiles at…

A Gloomy Auto Show in Detroit

This week, the Detroit Auto Show celebrates the new models car makers hope will save their industry. But it's not much of a party. One observer said he's "seen more smiles at…

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This week, the  Detroit Auto Show  celebrates the new models car makers hope will save their industry. But it's not much of a party.

A Gloomy Auto Show in Detroit

This week, the Detroit Auto Show celebrates the new models car makers hope will save their industry. But it's not much of a party.

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