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U.S. dealers grapple with recall pain -- missing parts, overtime, lost sales

With multimillion-unit recalls by GM and Toyota, and numerous smaller recalls by other automakers, dealerships in the United States are grappling with missing parts, rising overtime costs for technicians, frustrated customers, and lost sales.  » READ

VW plans major World Cup ad push to counter Hyundai

Volkswagen is planning a major World Cup advertising push that will go head-to-head against official automotive sponsor Hyundai.  » READ

Continental named in GM recall suit


Mazda recalls 109,000 Tributes over potential control-arm separation


Ford faces renewed U.S. lawsuit over apartheid-era abuses


Audi starts digital agency review


News quiz: Chevy's new nameplate and AutoNation's big investment


GM doesn't have to order customers to park recalled cars, U.S. judge rules


GM says recalled cars safe, but has not tested for knee-bump danger


Lincoln maps out China strategy, sees learning lab for world


Labor dispute at Jeep supplier in Ohio ends after one-day walkout


Dodge Charger tames rough edges with 2015 nose job


Honda HR-V subcompact crossover coming later this year


Chinese needs bring Infiniti a roomier sedan


2015 Challenger muscles up; interior revamped but retains retro look


AutoNation stepping away from third-party leads


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