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Fiat Chrysler rollaway reports draw more NHTSA scrutiny

Federal regulators are escalating an inquiry over complaints that certain Fiat Chrysler Automobiles vehicles can roll away when a driver thinks the transmission has been set to park.  » READ
 

Toyota's youth brand fulfilled its purpose, if not its potential

 

VW will offer U.S. diesel scandal customers generous compensation, paper says

 

VW sued by N.J. over excess diesel emissions

 

Chrysler readies Alloy Edition trims for 200, 300

 

Army marches forward with self-driving trucks

 

Volume sellers they are not, but two-door cars keep coming

 

Former Ferrari chief engineer returns to Fiat Chrysler

 

UAW was unprepared for social media influence on talks, Williams says

 

Rise in traffic deaths last year raises alarm at NHTSA

 

Chrissy Taylor named Enterprise COO

 

Toyota recycling program gives second life to parts

 

Volvo bets on wagons with V90 despite SUV boom

 

VW delays 2015 results due to open issues on emissions

 

VW launches new ad campaign without 'Das Auto' slogan

 

Takata posts quarterly profit gain as airbag recalls mount

 

Toyota quarterly net rises 4.7% to $5.4 billion

 

Bentley preps fastback Bentayga

 

GM worker dies at Ohio plant; U.S. investigating

 

Obama seeks $10-a-barrel oil tax for self-driving cars, transport outlays

 

Honda will recall 341,000 Accord sedans in U.S. over restraint system

 

Delphi Q4 net income slides 44% in 'challenging global marketplace'

 

Jeep, Smart, Jaguar benefit most from Europe's forecast-beating 2015 sales

 

Continental recalls defective airbag control units used in 5 million vehicles

 

VW, seeking approval on emissions fix, replaces top U.S. lawyer

 

Mazda says quarterly earnings ease on currency exchange impact

 

Subaru parent says quarterly earnings rise 21%

 

Daimler's Q4 earnings surge 22% on new models

 

Kia plans first sports sedan next year as it seeks younger, more hip image, report says

 

Ford to cut jobs in Europe to boost profits

 

Honda warns dealerships of liability as it widens airbag recall

 

Toyota to scrap Scion brand, keep the cars

 

Cybersecurity experts urge automakers to take steps to stop hackers

 

GM profits soar on strong truck sales, resilience in China

 

Fuel economy up slightly in January as SUV, pickup sales level off

 

Google expands self-driving car testing to Washington state

 

Denso lowers full-year profit forecast, expects yen to strengthen

 

Takata plans to present restructuring plan to carmakers in May, report says

 

GM to launch first compact sedan in India as part of market share quest

 

Key Safety Systems to be acquired by Chinese conglomerate in $920 million deal