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Toyota tops global car sales in Nov., outsells VW for 5th straight month

Toyota sold more cars than Volkswagen AG for the fifth consecutive month in November, putting the Japanese firm on track to remain the world's top-selling automaker in 2015 as sales at the German maker suffer following a diesel emissions scandal. ... Read More »

Latest airbag death shows flaw in U.S. recall system

The latest fatality linked to a Takata airbag -- eight have occurred in the U.S. -- highlights a flawed recall system that all-too-often fails to lead to critical repairs and can take years to complete. ... Read More »

The most thrilling concept cars now stand a better chance of being made

When an automaker unveils a concept car, it's usually a chance to talk about its own brand and focus on the car's special, unique future. ... Read More »

GE to Sell Shares in Hyundai Capital Services

FAIRFIELD, Conn. — GE has signed an agreement to sell a 23.3% stake of Hyundai Capital Services to Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors as part of a broader deal to exit its entire 43.3% ownership of the consumer HCS. The transaction, which is subject to...

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Manheim Wins Multiple Element Remarketing Awards

ATLANTA — Element Fleet Management honored Manheim sites from across the country with multiple awards during the 17th Annual Remarketing by Element Awards held in Chicago.Manheim Kansas City took top honors and received the Gold Award as the top national...

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Icahn sweetens Pep Boys offer with vow to top Bridgestone

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn sweetened his offer to acquire Pep Boys with a promise to top any bid from Bridgestone up to about $1.01 billion. ... Read More »

U.S. says 8th U.S. death linked to Takata airbag rupture

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said today that an eighth U.S. death is linked to a faulty Takata airbag inflator, marking the first reported death since April and ninth death worldwide. ... Read More »

Honda scolded Takata as deadly airbag crisis unfolded in U.S.

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Hyundai, Kia buying captive finance stake from GE Capital

Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors are bulking up their stakes in the automakers' captive finance company by buying shares held by GE Capital. ... Read More »

Driverless cars give trial lawyers bottomless list of defendants

Imagine a robot car with no one behind the wheel hitting another driverless car. Who's at fault? No one knows. But plaintiff's lawyers are salivating at the prospects for big paydays from such accidents. ... Read More »
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