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  • Daniel Howes: GM's remake still a work in progress

    When Dan Akerson stands before General Motors Co. shareholders at their annual meeting Thursday, one thing will be undeniably true: The company he leads is markedly different than it was 12 months ago.
  • Chrysler rejects NHTSA's request to recall 2.7M Jeep Grand Cherokee, Liberty models

    Washington — The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, after a lengthy probe into rear-end collisions in which at least 51 people died, asked Chrysler Group LLC to recall 2.7 million Jeeps it believes are at risk of a fuel tank fire.
  • Chinese-owned Volvo to open 1st factory in China

    Three years after buying Volvo Cars, Chinese tycoon Li Shufu may get to compete with Volkswagen AG's Audi and BMW AG on a more level playing field in his own country.
  • Market expanding for in-car electronics

    The global market for advanced automotive electronics — everything from driver assistance programs to new kinds of visual displays — will jump to $240 billion by 2020, up more than 50 percent from 2010, according to a recent report from IHS Inc.'s IMS Research.
  • 'Affordable' Tesla to arrive in late 2016

    Tesla Motors will launch its smaller electric sedan in late 2016, with a range of at least 200 miles and a price point "half" of the flagship Model S, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said.
  • 2013 Mercedes-Benz GLK250 BlueTEC: Thrift can be fun

    It isn't often that we describe a Mercedes-Benz vehicle as a "steal." Mercedes-Benz products frequently offer good value, especially when one factors resale into the equation, but a below-market, almost-too-good-to-be-true purchase? No, not really.
  • Are codgers the auto industry's saviors?

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    Boomers May Be The Only Ones Who Can Afford New Cars

    Auto execs may soon be bragging about raising the age of their average buyers.

  • Chevy prices new SS sedan below rivals

    The Chevrolet SS sports sedan will carry a sticker price of $44,470, including shipping, making it Chevy's priciest sedan when it goes on sale in the fourth quarter.
  • U.S. probes 400K GM cars for possible air bag defects

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Tuesday said it is opening an investigation to determine if General Motors Co. should recall 400,000 additional vehicles for defective air bags.
  • Mississippi Caught Up In Nissan-UAW Battle

    The state of Mississippi has found itself caught up in the increasingly contentious dispute between Nissan and the United Autoworkers Union after it improperly offered millions in aid to entice Nissan to build its big factory in Canton, Miss., while the maker is allegedly failing to meet the promises it made in return for a reported $1.33 billion in aid, according to a story at TheDetroitBureau.com.