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Foot-operated rear doors coming on upgraded Town and Country

Automotive Business Review - 22 hours 32 min ago
The redesigned Chrysler Town and Country minivan, arriving next year, will feature foot-operated rear doors, USB ports in each of its three rows and improved fuel economy.

Foot-operated rear doors on upgraded Town and Country

Automotive Business Review - 22 hours 32 min ago
The redesigned Chrysler Town and Country minivan, arriving next year, will feature foot-operated rear doors, USB ports in each of its three rows and improved fuel economy.

Marchionne's shared views with UAW chief could help contract talks

Automotive Business Review - 22 hours 32 min ago
Sergio Marchionne said he believes his straightforward relationship with UAW President Dennis Williams will help Fiat Chrysler reach a new labor agreement with the union.

Will automakers go for Gorilla Glass?

Automotive Business Review - 22 hours 32 min ago
Gorilla Glass, the tough, lightweight, scratch-resistant glass made by Corning and used on the screens of billions of smartphones and tablets, is getting closer to being used in windshields and other glass apertures of light vehicles.

New Orleans dealers recall aftermath of the storm

Automotive Business Review - 22 hours 32 min ago
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina battered the Gulf Coast, killed at least 1,000 people in Louisiana and turned New Orleans into a vast flood zone. A pair of New Orleans-area dealers recall the aftermath of the storm and how it changed their business.

Ford feels push to return to midsize trucks

Automotive Business Review - 22 hours 32 min ago
Ford and its dealers have become restless on the sidelines as General Motors sells every midsize pickup it can build and Jeep makes bank month after month.

GM's Duramax V-8 engine to power U.S. Army's Humvee replacement

Automotive Business Review - 28 August, 2015 - 18:45
GM's powertrain division will supply the engine for the successor to the Army's Humvee -- a deal that could see GM deliver as many as 55,000 diesel V-8 engines.

Calif. dealers call Tesla referral deal illegal

Automotive Business Review - 28 August, 2015 - 18:11
A new referral program from Tesla Motors that offers discounts to buyers referred by a Tesla owner is drawing complaints from dealers in the electric-car manufacturer's home state of California.

Cars: share and share alike

Financial Times - 28 August, 2015 - 15:44
Potentially as disruptive as self-driving cars or electric engines

The UAW benefits failure that wasn't

Automotive Business Review - 28 August, 2015 - 15:42
Five years ago, GM, Ford and Chrysler, with the UAW's blessing, created an independent entity to provide health insurance for more than 700,000 retirees.

Subaru sees no immediate return to Tianjin port after blast

Automotive Business Review - 28 August, 2015 - 15:01
Subaru maker Fuji Heavy Industries said today that it will keep diverting car exports from Tianjin to Shanghai for now because its Tianjin operations have yet to return to normal after explosions in the Chinese port city this month.

Bosch acquires U.S. electric car battery developer Seeo

Automotive Business Review - 28 August, 2015 - 14:43
German auto supplier Robert Bosch has bought Seeo, a California-based company that has developed next-generation lithium-ion batteries that could double the range of electric cars.

Musk takes page from PayPal with Tesla Model S referral offer

Automotive Business Review - 28 August, 2015 - 12:06
Elon Musk reached back to his days at PayPal for Tesla's first-ever incentive offer. Anyone who orders a new Model S sedan before Oct.

Smart ForTwo takes on more American dimensions

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 20:34
The bite-size Smart ForTwo may have a European flavor, but the third-generation model coming to the U.S. in September was cooked up using plenty of American ingredients.

Monthly payments, loan terms up in Q2, Experian says

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 18:49
The average monthly payment increased and new-vehicle loan terms grew during the second quarter as average U.S. transaction prices for new cars and light trucks rose, Experian Automotive reported today.

Sales may dip for first time in 19 months

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 18:00
Monthly U.S. auto sales are expected to fall for the first time in 19 months in August, but analysts say it's a blip caused by a later-than-usual Labor Day rather than a softening of consumer demand.

Cars will be ripe for identity theft as shopping comes to dashboard, experts say

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 16:48
Hackers can already take control of a car. And as vehicles become rolling shopping malls, cybercriminals will have an opportunity to snatch your identity, too.

Toyota poised to restart production at China plant

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 15:22
Toyota said it will restart work today at China plants that were shut after explosions in the city of Tianjin.

China's luxury shoppers hit pause amid roiling markets

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 12:40
The rout in China stocks is posing another threat to the world's biggest car market, jeopardizing growth plans for companies from Volkswagen AG to General Motors.

Cadillac purchases on hold in China amid stock market plunge

Automotive Business Review - 27 August, 2015 - 12:40
The rout in China stocks is posing another threat to the world's biggest car market, jeopardizing growth plans for companies from Volkswagen AG to General Motors.
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