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KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Chrysler's new Diversified Certified program will allow Chrysler dealerships ??? which include Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, Jeep and Fiat showrooms ??? to sell certified pre-owned vehicles from non-Chrysler brands,...
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: The National Automotive Dealers Association released a report yesterday that used-car prices could see slight variances due to $4-a-gallon gas, Automotive News reports. A NADA analyst blamed threats of U.S. military...
KickingTiresLooks like: The child of a Honda Fit and Nissan Leaf Defining characteristics: Prominent trapezoidal grille with headlight cutouts Ridiculous features: Around View Monitor seems sort of unnecessary Chances of being mass-produced: Launching in Europe in...
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: The Wall Street Journal reports that before GM inked a deal with French automaker Peugeot, the Detroit automaker briefly discussed merging its European business with Fiat earlier this year. The move would......
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Ford and its financial backers have agreed to extend a large line of credit to the carmaker, now until 2015, according to Bloomberg News. The $9.3 billion revolving line of credit will......
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne told Bloomberg News today that European automakers need to incur "painful" restructuring to stanch losses in the region. Europe's sovereign-debt crisis has stymied consumer...
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KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: Correspondent Steve Kroft of CBS' "60 Minutes" interviewed Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne, who recounted arriving in early 2009 to 54,000 employees fearful of liquidation. The report aired Sunday night. Marchionne...
KickingTiresDoes the U.S. market need another mini-minivan? Well, the Mazda5 is doing OK here, so why not add Ford's B-Max to the mix? The B-Max was unveiled at the 2012 Geneva International Motor Show earlier this month and will go......
Tags: Mini, Ford, Fuel-efficient Vehicles, Car Engine Repair, Mazda
KickingTiresLooks like: Volkswagen is teasing U.S. consumers with a European-market off-road-ready wagon Defining characteristics: Diesel engine, all-wheel drive, extra ground clearance Ridiculous features: None to speak of, unless you consider the idea of an off-...
Tags: Audi, Auto Shows, Diesel Fuel, Passenger Cars, Volkswagen
KickingTiresIn our joint series with USA Today, Cars.com looked at exactly where automakers are building cars in the U.S. We took a snapshot of assembly plants over three decades from 1982 to 2012 to see where domestic, European and Asian......
KickingTiresBy James R. Healey USA TODAY When Japan's Honda Motor announced in 1980 its then-radical decision to build cars in the U.S., the auto business collectively said, "What?" Volkswagen, alone among foreign car companies, was trying limited U.S. production,...
KickingTiresHere's what we have our eye on today: An eight-month investigation on transmission issues in the prior-generation BMW 7 Series has revealed 16 crashes and five injuries, prompting the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to launch an engineering...
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