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Consumer Reports presses Toyota to recall some 177,500 Camry hybrids

Consumer Reports called on Toyota to recall about 177,500 older Camry hybrid sedans to address potential power brake defects.  » READ

Tenneco's Q2 profit rises 29% on record revenue


Many drivers are ready for autonomous cars, survey says


GM, Toyota plan to resume production in South Africa


Global product expert in Lincoln driver's seat


Tesla, Panasonic reach agreement on U.S. battery plant, report says


2015 Cadillac ATS offers wireless charging dock


GM moved faster to fix larger cars


Akerson says GM's problems were worse than execs thought


BMW unveils cheaper, suitcase-sized EV charger


Nissan profit rises 37% on U.S., China demand


Performance push from Japan's Big 3


GM Korea reaches tentative wage deal, averting strike


Toyota delay could have domino effect


Scion's entry-level reload means big changes


Nissan tackles its larger models now


Lexus lineup aims for younger buyers


Fit, HR-V, Pilot lead way for Honda


Big wave of Infiniti products ahead


Acura TLX: The storm before the calm


A crush of crossovers from Japan's Big 3


Porsche is dropping base Cayenne


GM, Ford financials could veer in 2nd half


Outsiders could only help GM


GM's top N.A. lawyer shares hot seat with boss


Hot hybrid


Fields is off to good start with Lincoln


The pot calling the kettle black


Ford EcoBoost V-6 makes V-8 power


Nissan vows to keep it quirky after cutting Cube


Jaguar will debut XE sedan


VW plans Apple-like model updates


June, July 2009 timeline: Beginning of recovery


Self-driving tech attracts ZF to TRW


Mike Alexander, legendary custom-car builder, dies


Jaguar Land Rover taps ex-military to combat skills shortage


VW global marketing chief quits


Nissan expands U.S. recall of cars with defective Takata airbags


Mitsubishi retools flagship Japan plant before hybrid push


Fisker's Chinese owner plans 2nd model after Karma output resumes