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Impala the king of rental cars? No, not that Impala, GM says

Since the stylish, redesigned Chevrolet Impala sedan rolled out in the spring of 2013, General Motors executives have been telling anyone who will listen that its days as a rental-lot staple are over. So this headline in The New York Times last week couldn't have gone over well at GM headquarters.  » READ
 

LaSorda's fund finds new investor -- an old friend

 

Hollywood comes calling for car designers

 

Lutz on the Aztek: Blame GM culture

 

CT6? Cadillac missed chance to sell 'em on a sexy name

 

A chance to bid farewell to Sir Nick

 

End of the affair: CEO stays, consultant goes

 

Mustang leaves a bumpy ride in dust

 

While you wait for service, make yourself at home

 

De Nysschen: 'Don't mess with me'

 

Steel boosters step on Ford's football turf

 

F-150: Nimble, comfy, but 700 pounds lighter?

 

Small engines could power a big GM change

 

Oil prices? They're nothing to worry about

 

Internet's down. Let's use the Volt!

 

Time to get to know Barra better

 

Ford salesman's fall job? College football player

 

Mulally nips talk of prez run in the bud

 

Toyoda pulls cord on new Mexico plant for now

 

For GM, the self-driving car of the future is also a thing of the past

 

Ferrari's profit power

 

Ford bites back at Apple hype: Your tech's old news

 

Wall Street sees value in Group 1, Lithia acquisitions

 

Report: Lenders keeping lid on risky business

 

Disney exec not such a goofy idea, Nissan says

 

New CEO Andy Palmer had a plan from the start

 

Cole blasted critics, delighted charities

 

Reuss hunkers down, rehabs rare Vette into his dream car

 

Toyota revs up special edition of '80s-era Land Cruiser

 

Foam-filled Lexus NX spot too retro for America?

 

He bested Clinton; now what about cabbies?

 

A loud roar of approval for the '15 Challenger SRT Hellcat

 

With 30 mpg in sight, 2015 Vette won't bow to pressure

 

Where does VW stash its cash? Check under Audi's mattress

 

Ford's 'unminivan' is an undisputed hit

 

Fire proves Super Dutys will be aluminum, spies say

 

Automakers called out on lousy voice recognition

 

Toyota's bottom line is surging to the top

 

Toyota cuts the 'andon cord,' now pushes buttons

 

A Renegade prime minister

 

Akerson misjudged GM culture

 

JLR puts down $170M to pick up 543 classics

 

Edmunds: Model S 'brilliant,' but 'hard to recommend'

 

Another ace, another chance for dealerships

 

The day 3 Hall of Famers met in Maranello

 

Lemon law suit squeezes Tesla to buy back 'S'

 

The Cadillac chief who stuck around

 

Alfa 4C's power, intrigue wows 'em on press row

 

More buzz about plants in Mexico

 

Jeep promotion peeves participants