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U.S. auto sales wrapping up a strong March

Auto sales in the United States are finishing March on an upbeat note, with analysts expecting the industry to extend its strongest streak in five years. Read More »

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AutoNews Now: VW's best-kept secret?

Volkswagen hoping U.S. drivers get into Golf; GM watches its weight; Ghosn: How to boost Leaf sales; EPA cleaner-fuel plan. Read More »

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First Shift: Mitsubishi halts plug-in

Battery melts in model slated for U.S.; Ford hit with suit; Fisker hires bankruptcy counsel; Snyder: MPG juggling act. Read More »

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Tesla takes on Texas in latest franchise law battle

In its latest battle with state dealer associations, electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors is trying to change existing franchise laws in Texas. Read More »

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Marchionne being probed in longtime labor rights dispute, Fiat says

Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is being investigated in Italy over allegations of violation of labor rights in a long-running dispute at a factory near Naples, the automaker said. Read More »

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Marchionne being probed in longtime labor rights dispute, Fiat says

Fiat CEO Sergio Marchionne is being investigated in Italy over allegations of violation of labor rights in a long-running dispute at a factory near Naples, the automaker said. Read More »

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GM meets with 3 agencies vying for Cadillac ad business

Three major advertising agencies are vying to handle Cadillac's creative account. Executives from the three companies -- Interpublic Group, Omnicom Group and Publicis Groupe -- met in Detroit on Thursday with General Motors' marketing leadership about the Cadillac pitch. Read More »

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North America car and truck production - 04/01/2013

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LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE:

Why the stakes are high for Chrysler's new minivan

After way more than a year of debate back and forth, Chrysler Group has settled on a design for its next generation minivan. Read More »

Tire study: Replacement rate runs higher for run-flats

Run-flat tires are far more likely than conventional tires to need replacement because of a flat or blowout, according to a new study by J.D. Power and Associates. Read More »

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Mitsubishi halts EV production, sales in Japan amid battery problems

Mitsubishi Motors has suspended production of its Outlander plug-in hybrid crossover and a variant of its i electric car after one lithium ion battery melted at a dealership and another caught fire in an assembly plant. Mitsubishi also has suspended sales of both vehicles in Japan. Read More »

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Suit against Ford seeks class-action status over unintended acceleration

Ford vehicles are subject to unintentionally accelerating and lack fail-safe measures to prevent crashes in such incidents, according to a lawsuit seeking class-action status on behalf of owners in 14 states. Read More »

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Daimler sees Q1 profit falling below Q4 level

Daimler forecast first-quarter operating profit to be significantly lower than in the last three months of 2012 after premium car and commercial truck markets were weaker than it expected. Read More »

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