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Hyundai Proffers $1.49 Gas Guarantee

Hyundai Proffers $1.49 Gas Guarantee

Hoping to overcome mounting concerns about rising fuel prices, Hyundai has introduced a new incentive program that will let owners buy gas at $1.49 for a full year. Dubbed the “Hyundai Assurance Gas Lock” program, it’s the second marketing campaign...
Is GM’s Deal to Sell Opel Falling Apart?

Is GM’s Deal to Sell Opel Falling Apart?

Talks between General Motors and the Canadian auto parts giant, Magna International, appear to be running into snags, threatening the planned sale of a majority stake in GM’s huge and troubled European subsidiary, Opel. A number of alternatives bidders are now...
All in the Family: Porsche Rejects VW Ultimatum

All in the Family: Porsche Rejects VW Ultimatum

The tug-of-war between German auto giant, Volkswagen, and the acclaimed sports carmaker, Porsche, continues to heat up, as an heir to the Porsche fortune ignores a merger deadline and accuses his rivals of “blackmail.” In a battle that has taken some...
First Look: Aston Martin Cygnet

First Look: Aston Martin Cygnet

Say the name, Aston Martin, and it invariably brings up images of the most exclusive automotive products, like the DB9 or Vanquish, vehicles that can push into the $250,000 territory. So what is Aston doing with the Cygnet, which it is billing as an “innovative...
GM Agrees to Take on Product Liability Claims

GM Agrees to Take on Product Liability Claims

General Motors Corp. and the Obama administration Auto Task Force have agreed that the new GM will cover all product liability and lemon law claims after it emerges from behind protection of an expedited bankruptcy. The decision to accept the product claims, which was...