Maybe Ferrari crossover isn't the worst thing

Sergio Marchionne finally opens up about that Ferrari crossover he seemed dead set against.

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Bob Mallon, former NADA head and creator of charity foundation, dies

Bob Mallon, former president of the National Automobile Dealers Association, died in Tacoma, Wash., on Thursday. He was 83.

EPA review seeks array of data

The EPA will expand its real-world testing of automotive powertrains as it begins to compile data for the new review of the agency's 2025 model year fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards.

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Center for Auto Safety names Ditlow's successor

The Center for Auto Safety has appointed an official with a track record in federal government consumer protection agencies as its new executive director, the advocacy group said Tuesday

Canada lays out its NAFTA priorities

Canada's negotiating objectives for NAFTA include reducing red tape associated with border transport, harmonizing regulations and guaranteeing labor rights and environmental protection.

NAFTA rewrite: Who wants what

Key players, negotiating strategies, wish lists and more for the U.S., Canada, Mexico, automakers, suppliers and organized labor

Let’s continue Mallon’s work

If there was ever a dealer you could call Mr. NADA, it was Bob Mallon, and I cannot begin to count the times I have repeated to myself his famous phrase, “in perpetuity.”

U.S. opens comment period for review of mpg rules

The federal government began seeking public comments for a review of tougher U.S. vehicle fuel-efficiency standards put in place by the Obama administration. The review by the Department of Transportation and EPA is widely seen as a preamble to loosening fuel-economy standards, handing a victory to the auto industry.