Struggling Opel and PSA Reportedly Considering Manufacturing Alliance

Although an alliance between General Motors’ Opel division and PSA/Peugeot-Citroen might appear to be a logical one, many analysts are

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New Study Finds Americans Keeping Their New and Used Vehicles Longer

American motorists are hanging onto their vehicles longer than ever before according to a new research study conducted by the

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Saab Dealers Looking to Other Brands in Order to Survive

Now that Swedish automaker Saab Automobile has filed for bankruptcy, its 900 dealers are left looking for a new brand

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BMW’s New 3-Series – More Power and Improved Fuel Efficiency

In an effort to retain its position as the world’s largest premium carmaker, BMW has launched a new 3-Series entry-level

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Kia Wins Top Award in Kelly Blue Book’s Cost of Ownership Survey

Kia Motor Company has taken the top honor among all automakers in Kelly Blue Book’s first-ever Total Cost of Ownership

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Chicago Auto Show Reflects Optimistic Mood of Industry

The upbeat mood of this year’s Chicago Auto Show stands in stark contrast with the gloom that hung over many

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Some Dealers Fear Buzz about 2013 Ford Fusion Energi Could Hurt Sales of 2012 Models

Last month Ford Motor Company debuted its 2013 Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid at the North American International Auto Show in

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Volkswagen to Unveil 2013 Diesel Beetle TDI at Chicago Auto Show

American auto enthusiasts will get their first in-person glimpse of the diesel-powered 2013 Volkswagen Beetle TDI when the 2012 Chicago

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Cybersecurity a Growing Concern for Automakers Safety Regulators

Imagine strolling into an auto dealer’s showroom and seeing cyber-security specifications listed alongside mileage estimates on the vehicle window stickers.

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Electric Auto Battery Maker Ener1 to Receive $13.5 Million Bankruptcy Financing

Lithium-ion automotive battery maker Ener1 Incorporated has been granted an interim court approval to borrow $13.5 million in reorganization funding.

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