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First from China? Volvo S60L gets the nod

That tsunami of cheap cars from China predicted to hit U.S. shores has been slow in coming. But the first mainstream China-built vehicle is on the way -- in the form of a long-wheelbase version of Volvo's S60 sedan that will arrive in showrooms in 2015.  » READ

The marketing move behind Buick's big year


Kia to boost Forte supply -- in 2016


Pick up the PACE, suppliers; apply by Sept. 5


Volvo XC90 targets U.S.


Collection Auto's Bernie Moreno cultivates managerial talent


Elantra's new look


Ford, Nokia test map tech that makes it easy to be green


GM eases rules on techs' work reports


Bugatti Galibier may live


GLE to usher in new M-B naming system


GM 8-speed likely to get wide use


Report: New look for the 8th-gen Volkswagen Golf


The ultimate G-Wagen coming to U.S. as 2016 model


Where Jaguar Land Rover may take EVs, hybrids


Alfa dealers urged to offer luxury services


For Alfa dealer, the wait is over


Palmer: Infiniti is 'different, personalized and provocative'




Dealership Buy/Sell


A lot to learn from past acquisitions


Can't judge client's ability to pay


Chrysler brand to double lineup


Chrysler shifts to Fiat platforms, adds mpg


Dodge to re-engineer Dart, redesign Journey


Jeep likely to give next-gen Wrangler an aluminum body


Alfa Romeo is bound for U.S. but details are scant


Fiat lineup to add crossover, roadster


Small commercial van to join Ram


Perks program lifts struggling store's satisfaction scores, sales


Boca Raton concours will honor Crain


Fiat clears hurdle on path to Chrysler deal


Why GM struggles in Japan


Employment slips at Japanese-brand stores




Cole blasted critics, delighted charities


Foam-filled Lexus NX spot too retro for America?


Reuss hunkers down, rehabs rare Vette into his dream car


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