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AutoNation stepping away from third-party leads

Automotive Business Review - 1 hour 24 min ago
AutoNation, tired of paying high prices for online leads, plans to de-emphasize third-party lead providers such as TrueCar, AutoTrader.com and Cars.com, CEO Mike Jackson says.

AutoNation says Q1 net income rose 15% to $95.1 million

Automotive Business Review - 1 hour 28 min ago
Despite 10 weeks of problematic winter weather to start the year, a late March rebound in dealership traffic helped drive AutoNation's net income 15 percent higher in the first quarter of 2014 from the year-earlier period, the company said today.

Lincoln maps out China retail strategy

Automotive Business Review - 3 hours 39 min ago
Lincoln set up a showcase called The Lincoln Space in a busy pedestrian area of central Beijing today to outline its strategy for entering the world's largest auto market.

Dodge Charger tames rough edges with 2015 nose job

Automotive Business Review - 8 hours 38 min ago
The 2015 Dodge Charger underwent a nose job that trades its previously bulbous front fascia for a more subtle look reminiscent of the smaller Dodge Dart.

2015 Challenger muscles up; interior revamped but retains retro look

Automotive Business Review - 8 hours 38 min ago
The 2015 Dodge Challenger has more power, an available eight-speed transmission and few changes to its retro exterior. Engineers coaxed 15 more hp from the top-end 6.

Toyota launches restyled Camry at NY show

Financial Times - 16 April, 2014 - 22:42
Carmakers polish vehicles being introduced at the nation’s most popular show amid a battle for market share in the country’s automotive boom

GM sets up new parts-ordering system for recall repairs

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 21:10
GM today gave its dealers a revised ordering process that the retailers said should speed the shipment of parts, ease repairs and ensure the job gets done right.

Hopes dim for VW's diesel hot hatch in U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 20:56
VW has pulled back on plans to sell a souped-up diesel Golf called the GTD in the United States because importing the GTI sibling's engine would add too much cost.

Nissan Maxima to follow Murano with show-car flair

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 20:33
Nissan said the next redesigned Maxima sedan will reach showrooms looking almost identical to the flashy Sport Sedan Concept it unveiled in January in Detroit.

GM ordered redesigned ignition switch from Delphi for Cadillac SRX

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 20:19
Delphi redesigned the ignition switch for the Cadillac SRX crossover to increase its torque about two months before making similar changes to the Chevrolet Cobalt ignition switch at the center of General Motors' recall crisis.

Acura TLX much more than rebadged Accord

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 20:08
Acura unveiled today the production version of its redesigned 2015 TLX mid-sized sedan, a car that will replace the TL and TSX sedans in its lineup for the United States.

Johnson Controls diversifies away from autos with $1.6 billion deal

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 19:54
Johnson Controls, seeking to lessen its reliance on the cyclical auto industry, agreed to acquire Texas-based ventilation products company, Air Distribution Technologies, for $1.6 billion.

U.S. senators press Delphi for answers on recalled GM cars

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 18:46
Lawmakers probing how GM used faulty ignition switches in many vehicles are turning their scrutiny to the supplier of the part, Delphi Automotive.

Scion charts new lineup for U.S.

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 17:37
Toyota's Scion brand, struggling to boost sales with aged products, plans to replace three of its five nameplates in the United States over a two-year period starting in 2015.

Fields sees Ford Europe growth, eyes break-even by mid-decade

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 16:19
Ford is sticking with its forecast for a smaller loss in Europe this year and break-even by 2015 even as the company sees signs of growth, COO Mark Fields said today.

GM rejected better ignition part in 2001 to save money, safety advocates say

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 15:36
General Motors chose not to use a more robust ignition-switch part in Chevrolet Cobalts and other small cars while they were being designed, a decision that may have led to deaths, safety advocates said.

Hyundai goes mild with 2015 Sonata makeover

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 15:15
Hyundai is tweaking the recipe that made the Sonata one of the industry's hottest mid-sized sedans in recent years with a makeover for 2015 that is more mild than spicy.

Toyota overhauls Camry in bid to make it 'best we've ever built'

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 14:30
Toyota, fighting to extend the Camry's 12-year reign as the best-selling car in the United States, showered its flagship sedan with superlatives as it unveiled a new edition today.

Toyota renews Camry to add 'style, comfort and performance'

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 14:30
In 2011, Toyota touted the newest Camry for its "bold, sophisticated" design. Reviewers responded with labels such as "no stunner" and "quiet, and otherwise unremarkable."

ATandT says it has made connected-car deal with undisclosed global automaker

Automotive Business Review - 16 April, 2014 - 13:13
ATandT, the largest U.S. phone company, said it reached a deal with a global automaker to add to its ranks of customers looking to bring connectivity to cars.
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