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Kelley Blue Book Adds Self-Service Portal for Mass Vehicle Valuations

IRVINE, Calif. — Kelley Blue Book now offers its customers a new self-service interface for easy access to new and used-car Kelley Blue Book Values and configuration data by vehicle identification number (VIN) within its suite of business-to-business solutions.Kelley...

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Toyota, aiming for new showcase, packs Prius with tech

Toyota is packing the next-generation Prius with such a profusion of new technologies that it makes the best-selling hybrid truly worthy of its name, which means 'to go before. ... Read More »

UAW shrinks voting on Fiat Chrysler pact to 2 days

All 40,000 union members at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles U.S. will vote on a proposed new contract on Oct. 20 and 21, rather than stretch the balloting over more than a week as was done in the recent failed vote, the UAW said on Monday. ... Read More »

Story of VW emissions scandal coming to big screen

The Volkswagen scandal over diesel emissions tests is headed for Hollywood. ... Read More »

Ford’s diversity efforts lauded by Rainbow/PUSH

Ford Motor received the top ratings among 12 automakers surveyed for ethnic diversity and inclusion efforts by Jesse Jackson's Rainbow/PUSH Coalition. ... Read More »

Vroom Service

July was a big month for New York startup Vroom. After raising $54 million in additional equity funding, Fortune magazine described it as a firm looking to “cut out the old-school auto dealers,” while CNET wondered if the online used-vehicle retailer...

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21 suppliers named PACE Award finalists

Twenty-eight innovations from 21 different automotive suppliers have been named finalists for the 2016 Automotive News PACE Awards. ... Read More »

Former Fiat N.A. chief Stoicevich leaves FCA

The Fiat Chrysler executive who, until last week, was overseeing the struggling Fiat brand in North America, has resigned. Jason Stoicevich, 36, resigned Oct. 7, Automotive News has learned. ... Read More »

Mercedes’ monthly global sales top BMW, Audi again

Mercedes-Benz was the world's best-selling luxury car brand for the third consecutive month in September, surpassing BMW and Audi as demand for coupelike SUVs helped its sales grow twice as fast as at either competitor. ... Read More »

Austin may be fertile ground for Google test

The rapid rollout of prototypes this summer for testing in Austin, Texas, suggests that the company may be zeroing in on a city for when that day arrives. ... Read More »