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GPB Capital, a private-equity group, has quietly grown to 66 dealerships. Now they're ready to start talking about who they are and how they operate.
Magna says proposed changes to Ontario labor laws would make doing business in the province nearly impossible for the auto parts giant. Other manufacturers have similar concerns.
Many Republicans have expressed skepticism or opposition toward the border adjustment tax, but House leaders still are expected to pursue the tax.
Fiat Chrysler has taken a curious approach to marketing the only minivan in the U.S. that can run on a rechargeable battery: just call the Pacifica model a hybrid, and leave out the plug-in part.
The fire broke out when a janitor was cleaning in the service building at Buff Whelan Chevrolet and spilled cleaning supplies, causing what the fire chief called a "big ball of flame to erupt."
The first of seven rounds round of negotiations on a new North American Free Trade Agreement will take place Aug. 16-20. The remaining rounds will happen in three-week intervals.
BMW's venture capital fund poured $38 million in a Silicon Valley online used-car startup focused on younger buyers, the company said Wednesday.
As automaker captive finance companies lost share, banks have taken on new roles, such as being exclusive or semi-exclusive lenders who are the sole source of automaker retail incentives.
The 2008 financial crisis sharply reshaped Canadian auto finance. Captives that once dominated the auto loan and lease market lost nearly half their share within four years.
French autonomous shuttle-maker Navya said it plans to open its first North American production facility near Ann Arbor, Mich.
A construction worker at the Volvo assembly plant being built in South Carolina was seriously injured while working on site Tuesday morning.
Leasing as a whole took a dive in Canada for a few years following 2008, but the plunge only significantly affected the captive finance arms of U.S. brands, experts say.
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