Ford Upgrades to Curve Control in 2011 Explorer

Ford Motor Company is updating the capabilities of the electronic stability control system in the new 2011 Ford Explorers to ensure that the vehicles perform safely if the operator takes a curve at a high rate of speed.

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Engine of the Year Honor Goes to Fiat

The International Engine of the Year jury has named the winner of this year’s top honors, and it goes to the Fiat 1.4-liter MultiAir Turbo engine, the engine that Chrysler is hoping will put them back on the map.

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2011 Kia Sportage Offers More Style, More Safety Features and Options at a Lower Base Price

Since its introduction in 1995, the Sportage compact utility vehicle (CUV) has undergone numerous updates and has become one of Kia Motor Company’s mainstay models. With its fresh styling and updated features, all indications are that the 2011 model will continue the tradition.

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Legendary Italian Sports Car Maker Alfa Romeo Turns 100

The turmoil of the last couple of years has left an indelible mark on the auto industry and led to the demise of a number of household name brands including Pontiac, Saturn, Hummer and, most recently, Mercury. Against that backdrop, it Alfa Romeo celebrated its 100th anniversary on June 24.

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2011 Honda Accord Gets Slightly New Look and Few Equipment Upgrades

The 2011 Accord sedan offers a new look and some impressive new features over the current model which was introduced in model-year 2008.

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U.S. New Vehicle Sales in June Bolstered by Higher than Predicted Fleet Sales

Several auto industry forecasters are predicting this month’s new vehicle sales to be as much as 17% higher than a year ago driven, in large part, by higher than expected fleet sales.

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Mazda to Launch Redesigned Mazda2 Subcompact in North America

For 2011, Mazda Motor Corporation is adding the redesigned Mazda2 subcompact to its model lineup.

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GM May Launch IPO by November

General Motors Company is preparing to sell 20% of the U.S. Treasury Department’s stake in the company through an initial public offering.

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Chinese Automaker Geely Partners with Regional Investor to Purchase Volvo

Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group is partnering with Chinese regional asset manager Daqing State Asset Operation Company in its bid to acquire Ford Motor Company’s Volvo unit for a reported $1.8 billion.

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Hyundai Focuses on Improving Dealerships to Accommodate its Growing U.S. Customer Base

With Hyundai now enjoying double-digit sales increases, focusing on improving sales processes and dealer images has become the Korean automaker’s No. 1 priority.

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