Mitsubishi to Launch Two New Versions of i-MiEV All-Electric Vehicle

Attempting to broaden the appeal of its i-MiEV, all-electric vehicle, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has launched two new versions.  The new

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Nissan CEO Ghosn Paid $11.5 Million as Company Posted Record Sales

Addressing the annual shareholder meeting in Tokyo on Wednesday, Nissan Motor Company CEO Carlos Ghosn revealed that his compensation for

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North American Tire Makers Scrambling to Meet Demand

Recent tire plant closings and increased demand for low volume specialty tires have created a shortage of tires for North

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New Vehicle Sales Up During First Half of Year

According to a new study by J.D. Power & Associates, retail sales of new vehicles rose during the first half

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Chrysler to Launch New Small Dodge Model, Giving Fiat Ownership Stake

Chrysler Group LLC has announced that it will begin limited production of a new small car this year to meet

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Ford Slips, Toyota Rebounds in Latest Initial Quality Survey

In a dramatic reversal of last year’s results, Ford Motor Company was rated lower than Toyota Motor Corporation in J.

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Is Time Running Out for Saab?

With the collapse of the deal between Spyker Cars NV and China’s Hawtai Motor two weeks ago, some in the auto industry are predicting the imminent demise of Saab.

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U.S. Production of Leaf AEV May be Delayed by March 11 Earthquake

U.S. production of the Nissan Leaf all-electric vehicle may be postponed due to the devastating March 11 Japan earthquake and tsunami according to company officials.

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Court Orders Ford Motor Company to Pay $2 Billion in Commercial Truck Pricing Suit

Commercial truck dealers who claim they were overcharged by Ford Motor Company have been awarded a $2 billion judgment by an Ohio state court.

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New Study Predicts No Savings, Job Losses with 62 MPG CAFE

According to a new study by the Center for Automotive Research, raising the average corporate fuel economy to 62 mpg, however, would push new vehicle prices to a level that would not be offset by fuel savings over five years.

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