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Ford to repair U.S. police vehicles after carbon monoxide concerns

Ford said it will pay to repair police versions of its Ford Explorer SUVs to correct possible carbon monoxide leaks that may be linked to crashes and injuries.

Tesla turns over the keys for first 30 Model 3s

Tesla handed over the first 30 Model 3 sedans to employees, but the $35,000 mainstream model the automaker has been promising won't be available until later this year.

Mighty Aisin tackles lowly parking lot

Rather than leaping into the high-level fight for highway autonomous driving technology, Japan's Aisin Seiki Co. is aiming at a low-speed market opportunity — the humble parking lot.
■ Aisin Seiki says quarterly net profit fell 25%

Crosstrek redesigned to take on newcomers

When the Subaru Crosstrek debuted in 2012, the subcompact crossover segment was a fledgling one. Five years later, both the model and segment have changed.

Hyundai sees salvation in '18 Sonata

New sheet metal, a revised trim and pricing strategy and a focus on refinement round out the Hyundai Sonata's notable upgrades. But they can do only so much to change the car's fortunes.

July U.S. sales expected to fall for 7th straight month

U.S. auto sales are forecast to fall for a seventh straight month in July from 2016's record pace despite continued high incentives from manufacturers.
■ Big U.S. auto discounts are bane to Asian automakers' profits

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BorgWarner Q2 net income up 29 percent

BorgWarner reported a 29 percent jump in net income for the second quarter, to $212 million, thanks in part to growth in its sales of drivetrains in China.