Month: March 2016

Tesla’s Hopes Lie in Casket Case? (3/29/16)

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Tesla’s hopes may lie in casket case; GM wins key ruling; Chevy dealers’ dilemma; VW recalls Golf EVs; GM acquisition clears regulatory hurdle.
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TrueCar Hits the ‘Reset’ Button (3/28/16)

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TrueCar hits the ‘reset’ button; Nissan plans earlier launches; Hackers target key fobs; Higher-end BMW X7 due; Paris debut for next Porsche Panamera; New Malibus recalled for airbag risk.

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TrueCar Hits the ‘Reset’ Button (3/28/16)

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TrueCar hits the ‘reset’ button; Nissan plans earlier launches; Hackers target key fobs; Higher-end BMW X7 due; Paris debut for next Porsche Panamera; New Malibus recalled for airbag risk.

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2016 Ford Edge Sport: Steering like you’ve never seen (CNET On Cars, Episode 86) video – Roadshow

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The new Ford Edge unveils a new way of steering, Cooley answers your email about flashing lights and high speed frights, and we get a look at why tires should be balls rather than donuts.​


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Lawsuit a ‘Smear’ Attempt, FCA Says (3/25/16)

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Lawsuit an attempted ‘smear,’ FCA says; Secret Honda safety fix?; Ford’s Odell on why brands still matter; Feds grant BMW extension on airbag repairs; UAW ranks rise again.

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Genesis’ BMW 3-Series Fighter? (3/24/16)

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Genesis in NY state of mind with possible 3-series fighter; A ‘perfect’ Benz, for some; Lexus preps 3-row RX; Kia’s ‘masculine’ Cadenza; Jeep climbs steps, trails.

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Google Self-Driving Car boss sees increased need for dealerships in an autonomous future – Roadshow

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Autonomous cars of the future will be self-sufficient in many ways, but Google’s John Krafcik believes they may need more frequent help than current cars in others.


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