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Chrysler Group LLC this month won a class action case that may help General Motors Co. avoid some claims arising from faulty ignition switches installed on its small vehicles. The...
by - March 26, 2014
Russia is planning to limit state acquisition of imported cars in a move targeted towards helping loca carmakers bear a slump in demand. According to Industry Minister Denis Manturov, a...
by - March 26, 2014
Mike Jackson, chief executive of AutoNation Inc., is getting an increase salary for the first time since 2002. AutoNation said in its proxy filing that Jackson will receive a base...
by - March 26, 2014
General Motors Co. is facing what is believed to be its first wrongful death lawsuit over faulty ignition switch since it recalled 1.6 million vehicles last month. The lawsuit was...
by - March 26, 2014
The Volkswagen Classic stand at the Techno Classica will feature one of the oldest existing Golf I models coming from Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen. VW’s exhibition in hall 7.0 of the...
by - March 26, 2014
Analysts believe that Renault-Nissan-AvtoVAZ will be able to withstand the effects of a weakening ruble resulting from the Russia's dispute with Ukraine. A weakening ruble along with a lingering undersupply...
by - March 26, 2014
Ferrari has renamed Luca Cordero di Montezemolo as chairman and Amedeo Felisa as chief executive. Ferrari’s board of directors now has new members -- Harald Wester, Scott Garberding, Antonio Picca...
by - March 26, 2014
Renault still plans to revive its Alpine brand even after terminating a partnership with British specialist sports car maker Caterham, reports said. The carmakers disclosed in November 2012 a 50-50...
by - March 26, 2014
Daimler AG has joined Robert Bosch in questioning a decision by Tesla Motors Inc.'s to build a network of so-called "supercharger" stations in Germany that only serve to the EV...
by - March 26, 2014
Two complaints filed against General Motors Co. in the United States claim that the carmaker may not have recalled all Chevrolet Cobalt fitted with faulty ignition switches. According to a...
by - March 26, 2014
Cadillac will once again try to penetrate the European luxury market, after several failed attempts to do so. This time, Cadillac has set more humble targets supported by a new...
by - March 25, 2014
The new presenter of BT Sport’s MotoGP TV coverage, Melanie Sykes, has received her new Abarth 500c. Sykes has previously owned a Fiat 500 and was seeking a new one....
by - March 25, 2014
Former high-level engineers at General Motors divulged that a discreet redesign of the ignition switches in 2006 was an extraordinary violation of internal process. In the mid-1990s, GM decided to...
by - March 25, 2014
Following heart-breaking setbacks in Texas and New Jersey, Tesla Motors Inc. won ground in the Washington state. On President's Day in February, around 40 electric-car advocates gathered at the state...
by - March 25, 2014
General Motors has sent a letter to Ohio Gov. John Kasich expressing opposition to legislation that may permit Tesla Motors Inc. sell its electric vehicles beyond its two Ohio stores...
by - March 25, 2014
Nissan is testing in London an experimental retail environment that features a new-car showroom sans reception desk, cubicles or salespeople desks, and manager offices. The experiment for a new approach...
by - March 25, 2014
Hyundai has unveiled the re-engineered 2015 Sonata, which it says is more refined and premium-feeling than the current model. While the platform and US powertrain lineup for the new Sonata...
by - March 25, 2014
While the chilling weather is starting to go away in March, it does not seem that shoppers are coming to dealerships yet. Patrick Farrell, a salesman at Egglefield Bros. Ford...
by - March 25, 2014
There is nothing unusual about a car loan which payoff lasts for a few years. But have you ever heard of 12-year car loan? That may sound unusual and crazy,...
by - March 25, 2014
The United States Department of Justice is investigating whether General Motors concealed an ignition switch glitch when it filed for bankruptcy in 2009, according to a report by The New...
by - March 24, 2014
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