Subaru sees $177 million in costs linked to Japan inspection scandalNov. 16
Trump might have the right prescription for ToyotaNov. 7
Nissan to resume domestic production of vehicles for JapanNov. 6
Nissan plans to resume production of vehicles for its home market at five of its domestic plants Tuesday after Japan's transport ministry approved changes to the improper final-inspection procedures that forced a major vehicle recall.
Subaru joins Nissan in admitting it used uncertified vehicle inspectorsOct. 27
Nissan said to have conducted unauthorized checks since 1979, report says.Oct. 27
Nissan's big vision: Rolling Titan into global marketsOct. 24
Japan's automakers look beyond scandals to futureOct. 24
Japan's automakers will present their futuristic visions for electric and autonomous vehicles at the Tokyo auto show this week as the the industry continues to reel from scandals that have hit automakers including Nissan and suppliers such as Kobe Steel and Takata.
Kobe Steel plant under inspection by Japan ministry, report saysOct. 23
Subaru completes two new test tracks in JapanOct. 23
Toyota resumes Japan production after typhoonOct. 22
Nissan halts Japan-market outputOct. 23
Nissan's lax inspections started at least 20 years ago, report saysOct. 20
Nissan's inappropriate inspection practices have been going for at least 20 years, Japanese broadcaster NHK said. The report followed a decision by the automaker to suspend domestic vehicle production to address misconduct in its final inspection procedures, which has led to a recall of 1.2 million cars sold in Japan.