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Risk of NAFTA failure casts cloud over Toyota’s plant plans

The plan to shift more pickup production to Mexico depends on the survival of a trade pact that President Donald Trump has called the worst U.S. trade deal ever. ... Read More »

Nissan seeks to spread ‘Star Wars’ stardust across lineup

For the latest Star Wars tie-in, dealers had a challenge for Nissan's marketing brass: How could they spread the fervor across the Nissan lineup? ... Read More »

At Honda, the era of self-reliance is over

Today's Honda, a middling player on the global stage, concedes it finally needs outside help to meet the challenges of the future. ... Read More »

Buick-GMC won’t change what’s working

Phil Brook started leading the brands' marketing in April amid a product blitz, including Buick's Avenir subbrand, and a restructuring of its agency business. ... Read More »

Honda to recall vehicles with improperly installed replacement inflators for Takata airbags

Honda plans to inspect and replace or properly install replacement airbag inflators that have been improperly installed under an earlier recall. ... Read More »

Lexus acquires naming rights to Detroit velodrome

Toyota's Lexus brand is acquiring the naming rights to a new $4 million indoor sports complex in Detroit with a 545-foot cycling velodrome. ... Read More »

GM to lay out vision for autonomous vehicles Nov. 30

General Motors plans to share its "vision for an autonomous future" during an investor event on Nov. 30 in San Francisco. ... Read More »

Mahindra considers selling SsangYong vehicles in U.S.

Mahindra is considering introducing vehicles made by its South Korean subsidiary in the U.S., according to Managing Director Pawan Goenka. ... Read More »

UAW loses bid to organize auto supplier plant in Ohio

Workers at a Chinese-owned auto glass plant in southwestern Ohio voted heavily against union representation in a major blow for the UAW's strategy to unionize foreign-owned auto factories. ... Read More »

Utilities raise game to preserve EV tax credit

The upside of tax reform has made many automakers reluctant to put lobbying muscle fully behind a fight to preserve an incentive for a market that only represents 1 percent of sales. But an alliance of environmentalists and utilities is stepping up. ... Read More »
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