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AV START legislation’s prospects for quick Senate passage dim

Senate backers are exploring ways to bring the AV START Act to a vote, but prospects are dim as the Senate calendar fills up with other Republican priorities. ... Read More »

NAE/NWAN Wins 2018 Dealers’ Choice Award

CLEVELAND — National Automotive Experts (NAE/NWAN) was recognized by their dealer partners as a 2018 Dealers’ Choice Award winner, the company announced.Presented by Auto Dealer Today, the awards are based on recommendations from dealership personnel....

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Vehicle sales highlights from a hardy first-half

New light-vehicle sales rose 1.9 percent to 8,617,655 in the first half #8212; a pleasant surprise given those not-so-great expectations we began the year with. ... Read More »

EPA’s Pruitt leaves uncertainty for auto industry in his wake

Environmental groups and California are lining up to fight Pruitt's rewrite of auto emissions rules, prolonging the uncertainty for automakers and suppliers that have staked billions of dollars on technology to make vehicles cleaner and more... ... Read More »

Mercedes plans more pop-up stores to entice new buyers

Mercedes wants to give consumers a no-pressure shopping environment where they can simply see what a Mercedes is. ... Read More »

U.S. sets 90-day deadline to request exemptions from China tariffs

Companies seeking product exclusions from tariffs on Chinese goods imported into the United States will get 90 days to file such requests, until Oct. 9, the U.S. Trade Representative's office said Friday. ... Read More »

AutoCanada, facing investor pressure, appoints new president

AutoCanada, the country's largest publicly traded auto dealership group, named Michael Rawluk president and parted ways with Mark Warsaba. Steve Landry remains CEO of the company. ... Read More »

Toyota Supra set to return to track, showroom

Toyota said the venerable Supra coupe will return to U.S. showrooms and officially unveiled the Supra race car to replace the Camry in NASCAR's Xfinity Series starting in 2019. ... Read More »

BMW forced to raise prices in response to China duties

BMW said Friday that it will be unable to "completely absorb" a new Chinese 25 percent tariff on imported U.S.-made cars and light trucks and will have to raise prices on the vehicles it makes in Spartanburg, S.C. ... Read More »

How states are spending $3 billion in VW settlements

The Volkswagen Group's sweeping diesel emissions violations cost the storied automaker more than $30.4 billion and is now helping fuel the rise of electric vehicles, buses and charging stations across the U.S. ... Read More »
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