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Fiat is offering some attractive 500L pre-launch offers for customers who will make an early order for the vehicle. Interested buyers who reserve their new Fiat 500L before the car’s...
by - December 20, 2012
The new SEAT Toledo recently proved its class and practicality during the Marie Curie Carols in the City held in the spectacular and historic Southwark Cathedral in London. The December...
by - December 20, 2012
General Motors intends to shift production of the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, to the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Lansing, Mich. The reasons given in GM’s...
by - December 20, 2012
General Motors revealed plans to purchase 200 million GM shares from the U.S. Treasury for $5.5 billion, taking a major step to letting go of its image as the notorious...
by - December 20, 2012
Louis Gallois was appointed by PSA/Peugeot-Citroen as France's board representative at the carmaker. This comes after the government acted to help the automaker’s bank unit. Gallois, who used be the...
by - December 20, 2012
Ford Motor Credit Co. and its Lincoln Automotive Financial Services unit earned the top spots in the 2012 Consumer Financing Satisfaction Study of J.D. Power and Associates released last week....
by - December 20, 2012
Volvo branded trucks logged a 17-percent year-on-year decrease in deliveries in November 2012 to 9,446 units. Volvo likewise posted a 13-percent year-on-year drop in deliveries in Europe in November 2012...
by - December 20, 2012
Subaru has received 8,149 pre-orders for the new Forester since it opened order books on November 13. The redesigned crossover is all-new for 2014. It features bigger body revised engines....
by - December 20, 2012
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has awarded Acura’s 2013 TL with a TOP SAFETY PICK+ rating. This is considered as one of the highest ratings that the IIHS hands...
by - December 20, 2012
General Motors has temporarily stopped operations at its Fairfax plant in Kansas to catch up with the swollen inventories of the Chevrolet Malibu mid-sized sedan, union sources told Automotive News....
by - December 19, 2012
Volvo Cars expect to post roughly flat sales in 2013 but does not currently intend to reduce its production workforce, chief executive Hakan Samuelsson told Swedish daily Dagens Industri in...
by - December 19, 2012
Could a driver be able to travel nearly 12,000 miles in two years using just 26.1 gallons of gasoline? If he is driving a conventional vehicle fueled by conventional fuel...
by - December 19, 2012
General Motors has named Grace Lieblein to head its Brazil operations as GM’s global purchasing czar. Lieblein, who is 52 years old, will manage GM's $77 billion annual purchasing budget...
by - December 19, 2012
Toyota Motor Corp. insists that it has not committed any wrongdoing even as it agrees to pay a record fine of $17.35 million for its failure to report a safety...
by - December 19, 2012
There’s more horsepower and better style for the all-wheel-drive models of the 2013 Dodge Charger with the new AWD Sport trim package. Dodge CEO Reid Bigland said in a statement...
by - December 19, 2012
Renault’s rivals in India should be alarmed with the task that Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has given to Gerard Detourbet, who is responsible for the Logan. Detourbet is now working...
by - December 19, 2012
Infiniti, the luxury brand of Japanese carmaker Nissan, will produce its new premium compact hatchback in the United Kingdom. Infiniti will commence the production of the entry model in 2015...
by - December 19, 2012
Even as Toyota Motor Corp.’s domestic production was reduced, it will not revise its global output target for 2013. It remains at 9.9 million vehicles, according to the Nikkei business...
by - December 19, 2012
Ford’s overall sales are doing well and have not been affected by the recent safety recalls announced, according to Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields. Last Tuesday, Fields told reporters that...
by - December 19, 2012
As part of Renault’s strategy to achieve growth in Africa, it will construct a plant in Algeria. Renault spokeswoman Raluca Barb said that an agreement with the Algerian government is...
by - December 19, 2012
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