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Subaru doesn't need cars for holiday boost

For the second year in a row, Subaru of America's year-end marketing event doesn't include its vehicles.

Legos, drain plugs and caves: What people are saying about the '18 Jeep Wrangler

While the basic design of the retooled 2018 Jeep Wrangler is similar to the current Wrangler, FCA has updated, and modernized, its popular off-roader with offerings such as an eight-speed automatic transmission, an available...

Nissan targets Kicks at millennials — and their parents

The 2018 Nissan Kicks will be targeted at millennials and retirees alike, and priced to be competitive with entry-level sedans.

Subaru Ascent fills big hole in crossover lineup

The 2019 Subaru Ascent is all about family.

SUBARU: Monthly streak reaches 6 years

Subaru of America is officially riding a six year-old sales streak.

Subaru plans $140 million investment to build Ascent at Ind. plant

Subaru said it will invest $140 million and add 200 jobs to produce the 2019 Ascent at its plant in Lafayette, Ind.

Nissan Canada adding new gateway crossover with Kicks

Nissan, looking to further capitalize on the crossover craze, is adding the Kicks as a gateway to the brand's light truck lineup. With the Kicks, Nissan will join Fiat with two entries in the subcompact crossover segment.

Nissan adding new gateway crossover with Kicks

Nissan, looking to further capitalize on the crossover craze, is adding the Kicks as a gateway to the brand's light truck lineup. With the Kicks, Nissan will join Fiat with two entries in the subcompact crossover segment.

Subaru reloads in key crossover segment with 3-row Ascent

The new Ascent, which will have slightly different trims in Canada, launches Subaru back into the hotly contested three-row crossover segment, one the brand hasn't been able to tap since its ill-fated Tribeca went away in...

Subaru reloads in key crossover segment with 3-row Ascent

The all-new Ascent launches streaking Subaru right back into the hotly contested three-row crossover segment, one that the brand has not been able to tap since output of the ill-fated Tribeca ended in 2014.

Subaru Ascent takes shape ahead of L.A. intro

The official unveiling of the 2019 Subaru Ascent is just days away but spy photographers have spotted the three-row crossover out testing.

Subaru readies special editions to mark 50 years in U.S.

Subaru of America's entire vehicle lineup will have a role in celebrating the company's 50th anniversary in the U.S.

Clear strikes and sporty notes: What people are saying about the Tesla Roadster

Tesla's second-generation Roadster, unveiled unexpectedly last week in prototype form, boasts impressive performance stats: 0 to 60 mph in 1.9 seconds, a top speed of over 250 mph and a 620-mile range.

Dealership's refresher class lures buyers back

Subaru Superstore of Chandler has found a way for its customers to willingly come back to the store in droves.

Mahindra prepares 'brand journey' to launch passenger vehicles in U.S.

India's Mahindra & Mahindra, preparing to launch an off-road vehicle in the US, will take a "thoughtful" approach to marketing on-road passenger vehicles next, company officials said.

New technology shakes up the purchasing department

As automakers look for advanced technologies, their unfamiliar suppliers are bringing new ideas to old purchasing departments.

Why there might be hope for millennials renting cars

I rented a car for the first time and it wasn't bad, perhaps signaling hope that millennials will use rental cars.

The auto interior's endangered-species list

Automakers have to walk a fine line between updating their interiors and keeping customers happy.

The auto interior's endangered-species list

Automakers have to walk a fine line between updating their interiors and keeping customers happy.

SUBARU: Winning run goes on, barely

Subaru of America sales were up 0.5 percent in its best October ever.

Subaru completes two new test tracks in Japan

Subaru, looking to further strengthen its safety chops, has finished construction of two new test tracks in Japan.

Toyota dominates CR reliability survey again; lots of shifts seen among other brands

UPDATED: 10/19/17 2:28 pm ET - adds details

For the fifth year in a row, Toyota and Lexus rank as the top two brands for reliability based on a survey of Consumer Reports subscribers.

Despite startup hurdles, Tesla Model 3 wins early praise

Tesla may be behind on internal production targets for the new Model 3, but that doesn't mean Consumer Reports hasn't predicted its reliability.

Detroit's leather-maker hits a financial wall

Automotive leather supplier GST lists its woes, despite a global market yearning for premium materials.

Subaru's new Impreza: Compact car, big sales

Strong demand for Subaru's Impreza indicates the automaker's move to a global modular platform is on the right track.

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