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Takata may be forced to recall up to 90 million more airbag inflators in U.S.

U.S. auto safety regulators are examining whether an additional 70 million to 90 million Takata Corp. airbag inflators should be recalled because they may endanger drivers, a person with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. ... Read More »

Honda prepares to recall 2016 Civics over possible engine failure

Honda Motor Co. is preparing a recall for the 2016 Civic compact in the U.S. and has ordered dealers to stop selling some versions of the car, months after beginning sales of the crucial new model. ... Read More »

Forget Internet marketing, many dealers still prefer traditional media

Car dealers are holding fast in the new age of digital marketing. Even as the industry rushes into a more Internet-based reality, big money still is going into legacy media. ... Read More »

Suits target price-fixing parts makers

Auto dealers and consumers are suing parts makers, saying they paid more for their vehicles due to price-fixing by the suppliers. In a procedural move that came in December, many suits seek to be consolidated into one case centered on Japan's Denso. ... Read More »

Calif. dealers, JLR fight over exports

Illegally importing a car is a common way for foreign buyers to evade taxes that drive up prices for new vehicles overseas. ... Read More »

GM could cancel $1.6 billion investment plan in Brazil, Ammann says

General Motors will reconsider plans for new investment in Brazil if the economic and political situation does not improve, GM President Dan Ammann said in an interview published on Sunday. ... Read More »

Hyundai Ioniq targets Prius, but not in sales

Hyundai's modest sales target of 77,000 units a year globally for the new Ioniq hybrid shows the Korean carmaker grasps the challenge ahead in taking on the Toyota Prius. ... Read More »

High-performance vehicles will be on parade at Geneva extravaganza

Supercars and SUVs will take center stage at this year's Geneva auto show, with the Bugatti Chiron -- billed as the world's fastest production sports car -- likely to be the showstopper. ... Read More »

VW led auto randd spending in ’15

Volkswagen AG claimed bragging rights as the auto industry's top randd spender last year, according to an annual study compiled by PricewaterhouseCoopers. ... Read More »

High-performance vehicles will be on parade at Geneva

Supercars and SUVs will take center stage at this year's Geneva auto show, with the Bugatti Chiron -- billed as the world's fastest production sports car -- likely to be the showstopper. ... Read More »
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