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Cadillac appeals to young Chinese car buyers

Cadillac, a favorite among America's older "supper club set," is revving up sales to younger luxury buyers in China through smoother designs and localized production to keep prices accessible. ... Read More »

You have the right to someone in your financial corner

Harry noticed that his son Ari, a servicemember, was struggling with his car loan, so he reached out to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. His story led to our investigation into an auto loan program that we found was using deceptive marketing and lending...

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FTC to Conduct Consumer Fraud Survey

The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public comment on a proposal to conduct a survey to determine the prevalence of consumer fraud in the United States during 2016. The FTC has conducted three previous surveys of consumer fraud; the most recent survey covered...

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FTC to Conduct Consumer Fraud Survey

The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public comment on a proposal to conduct a survey to determine the prevalence of consumer fraud in the United States during 2016. The FTC has conducted three previous surveys of consumer fraud; the most recent survey covered...

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Autoliv comes out on top after Takata’s airbag mess

When the deadly problems with Takata airbag inflators sent the world's major automakers searching for a new supplier, they didn't have to look far. ... Read More »

Porsche’s 20-year plan is a gamble on efficiency, starting with the Macan

Porsche introduced three model upgrades -- the 911R, 718 Boxster and an efficient four-cylinder Macan -- along with its new president of North America, Klaus Zellmer. ... Read More »

FCA seeks dismissal of Ill. dealer suit alleging inflated sales

Fiat Chrysler fired back today against Illinois dealerships that filed a civil racketeering lawsuit alleging FCA paid dealers to improperly inflate sales, saying the allegations are 'baseless' and an attempt to 'publicly... ... Read More »

Toyota Boshoku plans Silicon Valley outpost for driver control randd

Japanese supplier Toyota Boshoku will open a new office in Silicon Valley next month to serve as an randd base for automated driving and cockpits for future vehicles. ... Read More »

BMW gets 5-month extensions on Takata airbag fixes

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Cox to Integrate Dealertrack’s Service Tool With Xtime’s Retention Solutions

ATLANTA — Cox Automotive today announced that it will be combining the Dealertrack Service Pro fixed-ops tool with its Xtime customer engagement and retention solution.Cox Automotive officials said the integration will help dealers better capitalize on customer...

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