Subaru Seeks to Improve, Unify Design While Maintaining Engineering Focus

As most other major automakers have struggled to survive the recent U.S. recession, Subaru is among the few to actually grow its sales and gain market share. Now, the automaker is focusing on improving its designs to broaden its appeal and build on its recent gains.

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Buick-GMC Dealers Have Few Options for Budget Conscious Pontiac Owners

Since killing the Pontiac brand, General Motors Company’s customer retention efforts have been on migrating orphaned customers to the Chevrolet brand. For some Buick-GMC dealers, the loss of the Pontiac brand has been a bitter pill to swallow.

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Last PT Cruiser Rolls Off Mexican Assembly Line

On Friday, the PT Cruiser officially became a collector’s item as the last production model rolled off an assembly line at Chrysler’s Toluca, Mexico factory to make way for production of the Fiat 500 small car.

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Nissan Says Leaf’s Range Varies Widely Depending on Numerous Factors

For months, Nissan Motor Company has been claiming that its new Leaf battery electric car will have a range of 100 miles under typical driving conditions. Now the automaker says the Leaf’s actual range may be only half that under certain driving conditions which most consumers would consider typical.

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Opel CEO Says Troubled Automaker Will Rebuild Image in Germany

Opel/Vauxhall CEO and GM Europe President Nick Reilly says the company plans to act quickly to rebuild its damaged image in Germany, the company’s home market.

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Chrysler’s Money-Back Guarantee Includes More Models

The sixty-day, money-back guarantee that Chrysler Group LLC is offering to buyers will continue as the company tries to boost dragging sales and improve less-than-spectacular consumer confidence.

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China to Remain Strong No. 1 Auto Market

A new J.D. Power and Associates report says that China’s hold on its position as the world’s largest auto market is only getting stronger.

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Are Free New Vehicle Maintenance Programs a Real Value?

As automakers scramble to increase, or just maintain, market share in tough economic times, free vehicle maintenance programs have become a popular incentive. The question for consumers is whether or not they really help them save money over the long run.

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Despite June’s Disappointing Sales, Automakers Hold the Line on New Car Incentives

In response to June’s disappointing sales numbers, automakers have extended incentive programs, increased rebate amounts and enhanced their financing terms on new cars and light trucks.

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Toyota Ramps up Quality Assurance Efforts as Number of Recently Recalled Vehicles Tops 10 Million

In an effort to bolster its damaged image and prevent future safety problems, Toyota Motor Corporation will provide its product development engineers additional time and has added hundreds of engineers to its quality assurance division.

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