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GM, too, removes parts to weigh pickups, boost payload ratings

GM says it deletes heavy items such as the rear bumper from certain pickups when it weighs them in order to boost the vehicles' maximum payload ratings. GM says it adopted the practice for the 2014 model year in response to competitive pressures as it launched redesigned full-sized pickups.  » READ
 

Fiat targets improved Chrysler margins to meet '14 profit goal

Fiat plans to review leasing and incentive practices in North America to boost margins and meet global full-year earnings targets after second-quarter operating profit in the region fell 18 percent, despite a 7 percent rise in sales.  » READ
 

Redesigned Mercedes-Benz C-class sedan packed with new tech

 

Toyota luxury boss says sub-$30K car 'wouldn't be a Lexus'

 

Lexus' plans exclude China plant

 

Chrysler recalls nearly 30,000 Fiat 500L cars for airbag glitch

 

Germany's ZF in advanced talks to buy TRW for near $12 billion, report says

 

GM resumes pickup output at Indiana plant

 

Marchionne says he is open to new alliances but won't sell Alfa Romeo

 

Penske Q2 net income rises 18% on strong gains in all segments

 

Automakers seek delay on pedestrian-alert systems for hybrids, EVs

 

Audi CEO vows efficiency drive to enhance margins, report says

 

Jaguar touts aluminum features on upcoming XE

 

Small cars struggle in latest round of IIHS crash tests

 

VW closes gap on Toyota's global sales lead

 

Mitsubishi's quarterly profit gains paced by Europe

 

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