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How the VW-Suzuki alliance went wrong

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 05:01
The Volkswagen-Suzuki alliance started with high hopes in 2009 but now awaits likely dissolution by an international arbitration court. Internal Suzuki documents show how trust between the partners eroded.

FCA dealer incentives at risk

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 05:01
Fiat Chrysler dealers stand to lose incentive dollars from the automaker if they sell used cars with open, unrepaired recalls under a new policy ordered by U.S. regulators.

Can inventory hubs aid small Caddy stores?

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 05:01
A long effort to whack away at Cadillac's swollen vehicle inventory culminated last month with the brand's trimmest levels in four-and-a-half years.

A designer boss may be just what Acura needs

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 05:01
The unexpected appointment of Jon Ikeda to head Acura could be exactly the shot in the arm Acura needs, both for its product portfolio and its relationship with the Honda mothership back in Japan.

Management Briefing Seminars will resume this afternoon

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 03:09
Organizers of the 2015 CAR Management Briefing Seminars said they will hold afternoon sessions beginning today at 1 p.m. Morning sessions were canceled due to the lack of power at the Grand Traverse Resort.

Monday morning sessions canceled at Management Briefing Seminars

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 03:09
Organizers of the 2015 CAR Management Briefing Seminars said this morning they have canceled the morning sessions due to the lack of power at the Grand Traverse Resort. They still expect to hold the afternoon sessions.

Management Briefing Seminars expected to start on time Monday despite storm

Automotive Business Review - 3 August, 2015 - 03:09
Organizers of the 2015 CAR Management Briefing Seminars say they plan to run a normal schedule Monday morning despite a powerful thunderstorm that knocked out power to the Grand Traverse Resort on Sunday afternoon.

Brazil: Engine trouble

Financial Times - 2 August, 2015 - 14:31
Once a motor of the global economy the country is now the sick man of emerging markets

U.S. widens probe of car radios that may be vulnerable to hacks

Automotive Business Review - 2 August, 2015 - 12:37
Harman International Industries Inc., which supplied car audio systems involved in a Fiat Chrysler Automobiles recall in July, has been asked for information on other radios that may be vulnerable to hacking, the U.S. regulator said.

Nissan inspired by high-end fashion

Automotive Business Review - 2 August, 2015 - 05:01
Nissan wanted some European fashion to move its American-made Maxima sedan further upscale for 2016.

GM takes a fresh look at emerging markets

Automotive Business Review - 2 August, 2015 - 05:01
GM is spending $5 billion to develop a new family of Chevrolet small cars that it will build and sell in China, Brazil, India, Mexico and other emerging markets.

Mitsubishi plans to move forward with U.S. sales, but experts wonder

Automotive Business Review - 2 August, 2015 - 05:01
Mitsubishi seems unlikely to leave the U.S. market despite closing its Illinois factory, but skeptics still wonder if the Japanese brand is the next Suzuki.

FCA recalls 284,153 Dodge Chargers for airbag flaw

Automotive Business Review - 1 August, 2015 - 16:19
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 284,153 Dodge Chargers for a flaw that could lead side airbag inflatable curtains and seat airbags to deploy unexpectedly, raising the risk of crash and injury.

Pacific trade talks end without deal; vehicle tariffs, rules remain a hurdle

Automotive Business Review - 1 August, 2015 - 08:49
High-level negotiations in Hawaii on a trade agreement in the Pacific Rim wrapped up without a final deal as disagreements over vehicle tariffs and other rules trumped progress in other areas. The dialogue may resume within weeks.

Pricier insurance for F-150?

Automotive Business Review - 1 August, 2015 - 05:01
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety this week said that it had done a test showing that repair costs for Ford's aluminum-bodied 2015 F-150 pickup jumped 26 percent over those of its steel-bodied predecessor.

GM powertrain plan calls for advancing on many fronts

Automotive Business Review - 1 August, 2015 - 05:01
When you ask Dan Nicholson about a certain powertrain or technology, he doesn't tell you why it can't be done. Chances are, he'll tell you where it fits in General Motors' ambitious global powertrain portfolio.

Subaru's low-paid foreign workers power an export boom

Automotive Business Review - 1 August, 2015 - 05:01
At the heart of Subaru's ongoing U.S. sales boom has been the Forester SUV, which has carved out a following with American drivers for its performance, price and aura of social responsibility.

Buick trims Regal prices for 2016 to counter sedan slump

Automotive Business Review - 1 August, 2015 - 03:15
Buick, faced with an aging Regal and U.S. consumers that continue to abandon sedans for crossovers and SUVs, is lowering prices as much as nearly 9 percent on the car for 2016.

German carmakers near $3 billion deal for Nokia's maps, report says

Automotive Business Review - 31 July, 2015 - 20:52
A group of German luxury-car makers including BMW are close to sealing the purchase of Nokia Oyj's digital-maps business for about 2.7 billion euros ($3 billion), people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.

German carmakers near $3 billion deal for Nokia's maps, report says

Automotive Business Review - 31 July, 2015 - 20:52
A group of German luxury-car makers including BMW are close to sealing the purchase of Nokia Oyj's digital-maps business for about 2.7 billion euros ($3 billion), people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
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