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A serious shift upscale: What people think of Buick’s redesigned LaCrosse

Buick's flagship sedan, the LaCrosse, has been retooled for 2017 with styling cues borrowed from the Avenir sedan concept introduced in January at the 2015 Detroit auto show. Here's what some critics and others are saying about it. ... Read More »

GM transforms soldiers into service techs

General Motors is working with the U.S. Army to train discharged soldiers to serve as service technicians at dealerships. Since the program, Shifting Gears, began in the fall of 2014, 116 people have been trained. ... Read More »

Storied Defender due for new-era rewrite

Land Rover, a brand revered for its ability to climb over obstacles, has a new hurdle in front of it: how to bring its vaunted Defender nameplate into the 21st century. ... Read More »

Icahn buys into Pep Boys, seeks retail sale to his Auto Plus

Investor Carl Icahn disclosed a new 12.1 percent stake in The Pep Boys-Manny Moe and Jack and said the auto parts and maintenance chain's retail business should be acquired by Auto Plus -- a competitor he controls. ... Read More »

Luck, pluck and patience keep Paul Elio’s quest alive

Despite 'hard days, scary days,' Paul Elio says he never thought of conceding defeat in his quest to sell a cheap, efficient three-wheel commuter vehicle. ... Read More »

Chevy trims Malibu menu for easier ordering

Chevrolet executives believe a new, simplified approach to trim levels and option packages on the 2016 Malibu will pave the way for a smooth launch and, ultimately, stronger sales. ... Read More »

A bit nuts and Jukey: What people are saying about the Scion C-HR

With the new C-HR, Scion looks to get a piece of the nascent but burgeoning subcompact crossover market. Here's what some critics and journalists are saying about the C-HR, which debuted in November at the Los Angeles Auto Show. ... Read More »

Bentley to sit out Detroit, all other U.S. auto shows in 2015

Bentley is skipping the 2016 Detroit auto show and all other shows in the U.S. next year to concentrate more closely on relationships and ties with its 45 American dealers. ... Read More »

UAW closes in on South with vote at VW’s Tenn. plant

The UAW, after decades of failed attempts, is expected by Friday night to have won its first organizing vote at a foreign-owned auto assembly plant in the South. ... Read More »

FCA invests $40 million to convert parts transport fleet to CNG

Fiat Chrysler has invested $40 million to convert 179 trucks that transport parts between plants in the U.S. and Canada to run on compressed natural gas rather than diesel. ... Read More »
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