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Sleek and curvy: 'This is a Mercedes?'

Mercedes is mounting a comeback, fueled by one of the biggest makeovers in the auto industry. Read More »


GM reaches tentative labor pact with Canada union at Equinox plant

GM and Canada's Unifor union reached a tentative settlement on a new labor agreement that covers employees at the Chevrolet Equinox assembly plant in Ontario. Read More »

Dealers embrace price-guarantee sites

Online shopping sites that offer customers guaranteed prices on new vehicles and trade-ins are growing more popular with dealers. Read More »


GM to move hand-built engine program

From a nondescript building in a quiet industrial park in suburban Detroit, GM has shipped nearly 40,000 hand-built engines for some of the automaker's fastest cars. Read More »


Why it pays to be the resident Corvette specialist

Stick this one in the tough-day-at-the-office file. Steve Moore Jr., operations director at Steve Moore Chevrolet in Charlotte, N.C., spent two days at a track outside Las Vegas last month flogging the new 2014 Corvette Stingray. Read More »

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