Vehicle Residual Values Rise as Automakers Reduce Incentive Spending

The estimated, future residual values of Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company vehicles have created an opportunity for the Detroit automakers to be more competitive with their leasing options.

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New Nano Factory Opens in Gujarat, India

India’s Tata Motors has opened its new factory for the manufacturing of the inexpensive, tiny Nano model.

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Acura at the Top of SUV Luxury Brand List

Consumer Reports has rated the newly redesigned Acura MDX at the very top of the three-row luxury sports utility vehicle

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Federal Judge Orders Toyota to Hand Over Documents in 30 Days

A federal judge in Santa Ana, California has give Toyota Motor Corporation 30 days to surrender the majority of the documents being requested by attorneys representing plaintiffs in a class-action suit.

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Two of Detroit’s Big 3 Revamp Facilities for New Production

Manufacturing operations for two of the largest domestic automakers are getting revitalized and reworked to handle production of new models. Old facilities badly in need of modernization will be getting facelifts, chiefly to become ready for production of greener, cleaner vehicles more in line with new U.S. fuel efficiency standards.

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Mercury’s End May Mean Faster Consolidation

Mercury’s shutdown means that Ford Motor Company will be putting more effort into developing and marketing the Lincoln luxury line, but it also could mean that dealer consolidation will happen faster than expected. Some Mercury dealerships will lose their franchises in the process.

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Bestselling New Vehicles in America

Despite recalls of over eight million vehicles, congressional hearings and hundreds of lawsuits arising from unintentional acceleration problems with its vehicles, Toyota Motor Corporation’s Camry still managed to make last month’s list of top-selling cars in the U.S.

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High End Hyundai Unveiled in New York

At the New York Auto Show recently, Hyundai unveiled its newest model, the 2011 Hyundai Equus, which is a car that is definitely desirable. However, at a cost of around $55,000, it will not be affordable for many consumers.

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Federal Report Says Fuel Efficiency Technology Boosts New Vehicle Costs

A new U.S. government study indicates that new automotive technologies may boost mileage by as much as 50%, but could also add up to $9,000 to the cost of the new vehicles.

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Daimler/BYD Joint Venture to Make New EVs for China

Chinese automaker and battery manufacturer, BYD (Build Your Dream), and Daimler AG, owner of Mercedes-Benz, have created a 50-50 partnership for a new green car project. Shenzen BYD Daimler New Technology Company will make all-electric vehicles for sale in the Chinese market.

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