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Fiat's Serbia expects to ship up to 150,000 cars in 2013

Fiat's Serbian factory, which will export the 500L minivan to the US, expects to deliver 110,000 to 150,000 vehicles this year after six-month orders exceeded targets. Read More »


Opel unions' failed gambit plays into GM's hands

Opel workers in Bochum, Germany, appear to have lost a high-stakes gamble to save their factory after an attempt to put pressure on Opel parent General Motors backfired and GM opted to close the plant ahead of schedule. Read More »


Can today's diesels erase Olds memories?

I've been wondering lately just how long it takes sustained execution to erase previous experience. Or put another way: What's the statute of limitations on reputation? Read More »


Carlos Ghosn doubles down on $5.2 billion EV bet

Carlos Ghosn laid a $5 billion bet in 2009 that the world's next Ford Model T would be electric, and that Nissan would lead a revolution embraced by nations such as Denmark. Three years later, sales of Leaf plug-in vehicles in the Nordic country: 73. Read More »


Pa. Toyota store must pay crash victims $16 million, jury says

A jury has ordered a Toyota dealership in Philadelphia to pay six crash victims $15.7 million for its negligent maintenance and repair of the 2006 Toyota Sienna rental in which they were riding. Read More »

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