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FCA recalls 1.1 million sedans, SUVs with Euro-style shifters after injuries

Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 1.1 million SUVs and sedans worldwide with European-style electronic shifters to prevent the vehicles from moving if a driver forgets to put the vehicles in park. ... Read More »

Gentex Q1 profits rise 4% to $80 million

First-quarter net income at mirror, camera and electronic component supplier Gentex Corp. rose 4 percent from a year earlier to $80.3 million. ... Read More »

AutoNation changes recall policy to allow some auctions

AutoNation is changing one of the key tenets of its policy not to sell any vehicle with an open recall. The retailer now will allow some recalled vehicles to go to wholesale auction if lack of replacement parts causes lengthy repair times. ... Read More »

Ford to sell F-150 Raptor pickup in China

Ford said it will begin selling its first pickup in China in 2017. The F-150 Raptor off-road pickup will make its debut at next week's Beijing auto show. ... Read More »

Mitsubishi mileage scandal widens, U.S. seeks information

Mitsubishi's fuel economy scandal broadened today as U.S. ... Read More »

AutoNation’s Q1 net income falls 14% on lower sales, Texas woes

AutoNation's net income dropped 14 percent to $95.9 million in the first quarter, though revenues rose 3.5 percent to $5.12 billion. ... Read More »

FTC Consumer Protection Director Submits Comment on Privacy Enforcement Implications of FCC’s Proposed Set-Top Box Rulemaking

Federal Trade Commission Bureau of Consumer Protection Director Jessica Rich filed a comment today with the Federal Communications Commission regarding the FCC’s proposed rulemaking to expand the commercial availability of television set-top boxes for consumers. In...

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California delays decision on Uber, Lyft car rentals

As GM and Lyft prepare to expand a short-term car rental program to at least three more U.S. cities, California regulators are mulling whether to block it from some of the country's biggest car-booking markets. ... Read More »

Mitsubishi cheating deals new blow to industry credibility

Mitsubishi's admission this week that it manipulated fuel-economy tests to mislead consumers is an ominous echo of the scandal rocking VW and another example of an automaker trying to skirt an increasing array of government regulations. ... Read More »

Dealers hope VW deal brings owners back on board

VW dealers in the United States are cautiously optimistic consumers will be drawn back into the fold by the German automaker's plans to buy back or fix owners' polluting diesel vehicles. ... Read More »
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