Chrysler to Offer Up to 25 New Models by 2013

Chrysler dealers have been clamoring for new products since the company emerged from restructuring bankruptcy last year and it appears their cries have been heard. Chrysler has announced that it will field up to 25 new products by 2013.

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Japanese Automakers Look to Cut Export Costs as Yen Reaches 15 Year High

As the yen’s worth climbs, it’s becoming harder for Japanese companies to make a profit on cars they build for export to the U.S. and elsewhere.

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Volkswagen has Big Plans for U.S. Auto Market

Volkswagen AG has set its combined U.S. sales goal at one million units per year by 2018.

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NHTSA Finds Driver Error to Blame for Most Toyota Sudden Acceleration Accidents

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that human error was to blame for the majority of accidents it has investigated in its probe of sudden acceleration complaints about Toyota vehicles.

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Newly Redesigned Scion tC May be Too Pricey for Younger Buyers

Scion owners and buyers asked for a better quality car, and the new Scion tC was born. However, with a price about $1,200 higher than the original model, some are wondering if the tC’s target market can afford the improvements.

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Texas Plant to Build Toyota Tacoma Pickups

In San Antonio, Texas, 1,000 workers have been added to the roster at the Toyota Motor Corporation production facility. For the first time since the plant’s difficult start in 2006, it will be operating near full capacity building Tacoma pickup trucks.

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Are the Volt Price Tag and Dealer Markups Justifiable?

Analysts and market gurus are still discussing General Motors’ pricing of its Chevy Volt plug-in electric vehicle, and now discussion is turning to dealer pricing. One Chevy dealer will be charging almost twice the MSRP for the car.

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Eaton Corporation Awarded for Innovative Automotive Technologies

Industrial manufacturer Eaton Corporation has been recognized by China’s Auto & Parts magazine for its contributions to alternative energy research and improvements to existing automotive technology.

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Highway Loss Data Institute Ranks Cadillac Escalade Highest for Theft Loss Insurance Claims

According to the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI), the 2007-2009 Cadillac Escalade has the highest theft loss average of any vehicle in America.

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Opel, Vauxhall to Offer Lifetime Warranties

General Motors Company’s Opel division has seen a 40% decline in sale this year as consumers remain uncertain about the brand’s viability. To boost sales of both its Opel and Vauxhall brands, GM has announced that it will give buyers what it calls “lifetime warranties.”

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