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Ford plans to double Mexico vehicle production, report says

Ford plans to double vehicle production capacity in Mexico as the automaker focuses its U.S. assembly plants on more profitable pickups and utility vehicles, according to a report published Sunday.  » READ
 

VW quality chief quits amid diesel scandal fallout

Volkswagen named company veteran Hans-Joachim Rothenpieler as head of group quality assurance, replacing Frank Tuch, who held the job for six years and, according to sources, was suspended amid the automaker's emissions scandal.  » READ
 

Cash for Nissan's preferred dealers

 

Countering Chevy's Silverado surge

 

Tesla shares dogged by falling gas prices, output concerns

 

VW haunted by emissions lies as it faces tougher U.S. prosecutors

 

Automakers opt for less TV time during Super Bowl

 

Chicago auto show preview

 

Used-car loophole for recalls tightens up

 

A boost in fleet helps Jan. sales stay afloat

 

Premium brands face challenges as incentives rise and trucks rule the day

 

Frederick Standish, former director of PR for Nissan North America, dies

 

VW dealership valuations slide; some smell opportunity

 

Detroit 3's share of rental fleet declined in 2015

 

Honda Ridgeline: Not your teenager's truck

 

Mexico auto production, exports rise in Jan. despite sharp drops at VW

 

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