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NICK BUNKLEY

How the 'Chevy Guy' became, you know, a hit and stuff

Late Wednesday night, General Motors introduced America to the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado -- the dependable, all-new pickup that comes with “you know, technology and stuff.”  » READ
 
LUCA CIFERRI

Ferrari will go public but remain private

 
JAMIE LaREAU

Why the XC90 can't come soon enough for Volvo dealers

 
HANS GREIMEL

New Subaru marketing could foreshadow upmarket push

 
RICHARD TRUETT

Why the stick shift's days may be numbered

 
ARLENA SAWYERS

Rick Case to sell first N.A. 2015 Alfa Romeo 4C for charity's sake

 
GABE NELSON

Why Honda is venturing into Oculus' virtual world

 
GABE NELSON

Three factors in Daimler's $780M sale of Tesla stock

 
CHRISTIAAN HETZNER

Why Daimler doesn't share investors' love affair with Tesla

 
JAMIE LaREAU

Gen Y guru entertains, informs

 
RICHARD TRUETT

Sizing up the field for 2015 Car, Truck of Year honors

 
LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Why Wrangler’s Toledo decision may depend on keeping the money spigot flowing

 
JAMES B. TREECE

In praise of the Best Dealerships To Work For

 
RICHARD JOHNSON

Hyundai scrambles for more crossover turf

 
RICHARD JOHNSON

The joy of being a Jeep dealer in 2014

 
RICHARD TRUETT

Volvo's new engine: Turbocharger? Supercharger? What is this thing?

 
DAVID BARKHOLZ

Why Dale Pollak recommends a call center that employs blind workers

 
HANS GREIMEL

Crash recorder video craze hits Japan

 
DAVID BARKHOLZ

In Chicago, Cox execs hear dealers' concerns -- and praise

 
DAVE GUILFORD

Sergio has been the glue that kept Fiat Chrysler intact

 
RICHARD TRUETT

What's in a name? Cadillac CT6 creates fervor

 
LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Wrangler is so engrained in its DNA, the city should be spelled Toledo, OIIIIIIIO

 
DAVE GUILFORD

Why U.S.-European auto harmony is still just a dream

 
GABE NELSON

Musk's mysterious 'D' is probably an awd Model S

 
DAVE GUILFORD

Will the customer buy what governments demand?

 
MIKE COLIAS

What the new Opel Corsa and next-gen Chevy Volt have in common

 
RICHARD JOHNSON

The Nissan Leaf's top-selling town?

 
RICHARD JOHNSON

Ghosn's take on being on the front lines in battle for auto talent

 
DIANA T. KURYLKO

Making a splashy entrance in Paris

 
LARRY P. VELLEQUETTE

Ford puts refreshed C-Max in the Phantom's spotlight