If limited range was off-putting for car buyers, the latest threshold may prove to be tipping point.
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Cloud-based processing brings advances, though many drivers find them unreliable.
Sales plateau seen even as new waves of autos coming off lease add to the inventory.
Stick shift, once the industry standard, is on the road to extinction.
Automotive is produced by Advertising Publications staff at The Seattle Times. The editor is Al Kemp.