20 Cars That Could Rally While Japan Digs Out

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The devastating March 11 earthquake has upended Japan’s automakers, with parts shortages, damaged plants, and electricity disruptions cutting into production. That’s depleting inventories of many Japanese models, even at U.S. dealers. But shortages could mean a boost for competing vehicles, including many from Detroit. Here are some of the likely beneficiaries.

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