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New Vehicle Buyers Want Best Bang for the Buck

New Vehicle Buyers Want Best Bang for the Buck

Buying a new vehicle is exhilarating and exciting, but it can also be exhausting and maddening. Searching the internet is increasingly the go-to move for new car buyers, but almost no paperwork is signed until at least one trip to a dealership is made. New buyers like...
Honda, Toyota Recall 6M Vehicles Due to Airbags

Honda, Toyota Recall 6M Vehicles Due to Airbags

Japanese automakers Toyota and Honda are recalling 6 million vehicles to deal with two separate airbag issues, including some Takata airbags. Toyota will fix 3.4 million vehicles around the world with ZF airbags that may not inflate due to the problem. The problem is...
Rising Diesel Costs Help Cut Daimler Profits in Half

Rising Diesel Costs Help Cut Daimler Profits in Half

Daimler AG continues to deny cheating on emission tests despite the fact that the costs associated with its defense grows as the company’s operating income weakens. Daimler said Wednesday that it will set aside between 1.1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) and 1.5 billion...
Trump Renews Threat of 25% Tariffs on European Autos

Trump Renews Threat of 25% Tariffs on European Autos

Months after pulling back on plans to impose hefty tariffs on European auto imports, President Donald Trump again raised that threat during interviews at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. In November, the administration let pass the deadline on enacting...
Ford Mustang Sold for Record $3.74 Million

Ford Mustang Sold for Record $3.74 Million

Car collectors will tell you that pedigree matters – and it’s hard to find a more storied version of the Ford Mustang than the one sold over the weekend for a record $3.74 million at the Mecum Auctions event in Kissimmee, Florida. The highland-green pony car was...