Cadillac's new flagship sedan to define innovation, excellence, Reuss vows
Aisin's North American growth drives more investment, new HQ
Ford begins testing first right-hand-drive Mustang
U.S. details plans for car-to-car safety communications
Lear to buy leather supplier Eagle Ottawa for $800 million, reports say
Japan's NGK pleads guilty, to pay $52.1 million U.S. fine for price fixing
GM expands website for owners of recalled vehicles
Honda's Mendel says U.S. sales 'near top,' warns market may suffer from 'stupid things'
Dealer website provider Search Optics acquires DigiGo
Toyota: Favorable auto finance climate to continue driving U.S. retail volume
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AutoNews Now: Honda on avoiding 'stupid things'
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The redesigned 2003 Corolla -- longer, taller and wider -- went on sale in February 2002. It offered a 1.8-liter, four-cylinder twin-cam engine that produced 130 horsepower, an increase of five horsepower over the previous generation.