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Mazda aims to lift U.S. crossover volume

Masahiro Moro, Mazda's managing director for global sales and marketing, says the automaker has a simple plan to make more money in the U.S. business: Sell more crossovers. ... Read More »

After GM settlement, an unsettled feeling

The known financial toll to GM for hiding a deadly safety defect now exceeds $2.3 billion. ... Read More »

Mirror, mirror off the car? Focus turns to cameras

Many of today's better-appointed vehicles have side mirrors that tuck away automatically. Major suppliers are working on making those mirrors disappear altogether. ... Read More »

Mercedes’ decision on U.S. pickup due next year

Mercedes-Benz will decide in the next eight to 10 months whether it will bring a pickup to the U.S. market. ... Read More »

UAW-FCA workers would get extra holiday, extra pay under proposed contract

In addition to raises and bonuses, the tentative labor agreement between Fiat Chrysler and the UAW includes a number of benefit restorations as well as a guard against a threatened tax hit on UAW member's health care plans. ... Read More »

Gentex transforms rear-view mirror into high-tech vision system

Gentex is broadening its role from a traditional Michigan-based auto parts maker to a supplier of high-tech vision systems that eventually could be integrated into self-driving cars. ... Read More »

W.Va. dealership group pays $80,000 civil penalty over ads

A West Virginia auto dealership group agreed to pay an $80,000 civil penalty to settle a U.S. Federal Trade Commission lawsuit that charged it with showing misleading advertisements, the FTC said. ... Read More »

The ABCs of Customer Acceptance

As an active participant in a social media group for F&I managers, I often see posts from producers seeking advice on how to work with a tough customer who won’t budge on a service contract. Having been there before, I know what it’s like. Nothing...

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VW accused of using software in 482,000 diesels to skirt U.S. clean-air rules

Volkswagen and Audi sold about 482,000 diesel vehicles with illegal emissions control software designed to make their cars appear cleaner in testing than they are in the real world, the EPA said today. ... Read More »

Daimler to invest $1.3 billion to expand Mercedes SUV plant in Alabama

Daimler AG will invest $1.3 billion at its Alabama plant to boost production of Mercedes-Benz SUVs, creating an additional 300 jobs. ... Read More »
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