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Calif. Dealer Wins $15.8M in Toyota Lawsuit

An Orange County jury found in favor of Toyota dealer Roger Hogan, who sued the factory for fraud and breach of contract amid claims the manufacturer concealed safety defect data and retaliated against him for going public with his concerns. ... Read More »

Dawn Walston Dares to Succeed at Titus-Will Toyota

Dawn Walston worked her way up from service cashier to vice president and general manager of Titus-Will Toyota in Tacoma, Wash., forging a career path that shattered stereotypes and earned national and international recognition for herself and her family-owned...

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Continental’s self-driving chief sees full autonomy taking time

The first fully autonomous vehicles able to handle all conditions on public roads will probably not appear until after 2030, said Continental’s head of self-driving car projects, Andree Hohm. ... Read More »

Tesla drops cheapest Model X, S variants, cuts prices to simplify lineup

The discontinuation of the standard-range variants means a rise in starting prices -- to $84,990 for the Model X and $79,990 for the Model S. Tesla also lowered the starting price of its Model 3 sedan to $38,990. ... Read More »

Cómo reducir su deuda

Pagar su deuda es posible cuando usted conoce cuánto debe y sabe lo que tiene que hacer para cancelarla. ... Read More »

Nissan gives Japan version of Infiniti Q50 self-driving upgrade, more hp

The sporty Skyline sedan – the Japanese market version of the Infiniti Q50 – is receiving a high-tech, midcycle update with more power and true hands-free highway driving. ... Read More »

Unifor backs UAW’s ‘nice and aggressive’ start to contract talks

Unifor President Jerry Dias doesn’t get a chance to sit across from Detroit 3 executives until the summer of 2020 -- all but one Canadian contract expires in September 2020. ... Read More »

Magna opens $1.38 billion paint shop in Slovenia

The paint shop, which complements contract vehicle production at a Magna Steyr plant in Graz, Austria, started test runs in March. The new plant currently employs 200 people and is poised to employ an additional 200 workers. ... Read More »

Toyota ordered to pay $15.8M to Calif. dealer

The owner of two California Toyota dealerships accused the automaker of retaliation after he developed software he claimed was better at identifying customers for safety recalls. ... Read More »

Auto/Mate Integrates With Xtime Inspect

A new partnership with Xtime was designed to offer access to digital tools designed to improve customer retention and loyalty to dealers using Auto/Mate Dealership Systems’ DMS. ... Read More »