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2005 Buick Lacrosse Buick www.buick.com
Cadillac STS Cadillac www.cadillac.com
Chevrolet Aveo Chevrolet www.chevrolet.com
Chevrolet Cobalt Chevrolet www.chevrolet.com
Chevrolet Equinox Chevrolet www.chevrolet.com
Chevrolet Uplander Chevrolet www.chevrolet.com
Ford Five Hundred Ford www.ford.com
Ford GT Ford www.ford.com
Ford FreeStyle Ford www.ford.com
Ford Fusion Ford www.ford.com
Hyundai Tucson Hyundai www.hyundai.com
Land Rover LR3 Land Rover www.landrover.com
Mercury Montego Mercury www.mercuryvehicles.com
Nissan Armada Nissan www.nissanusa.com
Pontiac G6 Pontiac www.pontiac.com
Pontiac Solstice Pontiac www.pontiac.com
Saab 9-7X Sport Utility Saab www.saabusa.com
Scion tC Scion www.scion.com
Cadillac XLR Cadillac www.cadillac.com
Mercury Mariner Mercury www.mercuryvehicles.com
Saturn Relay Saturn www.saturn.com
Volvo 50 Series Volvo www.volvo.com
Buick Allure Buick www.buick.com
Buick Royaum Buick www.buick.com
Buick Terraza Buick www.buick.com
Citroen C1 Citroen www.citroen.com
Citroen C6 Citroen www.citroen.com
     


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Also at this time in History
   
2005 Good Guys Electronics closes it doors
   
2005 A massive 7.6-magnitude earthquake devastated the mountainous Kashmir border region between India and Pakistan on October 8, killing an estimated 80,000 people, injuring 70,000 more and leaving more than 3 million homeless and without food and basic supplies.
   
2005 Catholics around the world mourned the loss of Pope John Paul II, who died on April 2 after a bout with the flu.
   
2005 One of the biggest mysteries in American history was solved on May 31 when the family of former assistant FBI director W. Mark Felt announced that Felt was "Deep Throat," the secret source who helped unravel the Watergate scandal.
   
2005 Legendary American cyclist Lance Armstrong won a record-setting seventh consecutive Tour de France on July 24 and retired from the sport.
   
2005 Hurricane Katrina slammed into the Gulf Coast on August 29, causing massive damage to New Orleans and along the coasts of Mississippi and Alabama, as well as other parts of Louisiana.
   

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