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  • In Gear Top 10 'most American' cars

    Looking at where a car was manufactured and how popular it is among American shoppers, Cars.com determined that the Ford F-150 is the 'most American' car of 2013.

  • In Gear Toyota unveils new 2014 Corolla

    The 2014 Toyota Corolla, the 11th generation of the model, was unveiled on June 6, 2013. The new Toyota Corolla comes with a more upscale design, better quality materials and continuously variable transmission.

  • In Gear Toyota recall includes 242,000 Prius, Lexus cars with braking problems

    Toyota recall involves 242,000 Prius and Lexus cars in the US, Europe, and Japan that may have brake defects. More than 90 complaints have reportedly been issued to about drivers of the vehicles needing to step more heavily on brake pedals to stop their cars, prompting the Toyota recall .

  • Jeep recall? Chrysler refuses to recall 2.7 million Jeeps

    Jeep recall may not happen: Chrysler has taken the unusual step of declining a request from federal officials to recall Jeep Grand Cherokees and Jeep Libertys.

  • In Gear Truck sales surge in May

    Truck sales surged in May, with the Toyota RAV4, Honda CR-V, Subaru Forester and Nissan Rogue all posting their best-ever May sale results. Low loan rates and major automobile sales contributed to the numbers.

  • In Gear Ford rises, Prius falls in hybrids' solid start to 2013

    Hybrids and plug-ins together took 3.71 percent of the US auto market last month, Voelcker writes, just 0.01 percent below their all-time high share of 3.72 percent last December. The more hybrids and plug-ins that are sold, the more economies of scale can kick in to lower their component costs, from lithium-ion cells to electric traction motors.

  • In Gear Toyota class-action suit worth up to $1.6 billion on the way

    Toyota had to recall millions of vehicles with breaking problems in 2010, and a class action lawsuit worth up to $1.6 billion will be decided next month.

  • In Gear Would Apple really buy Tesla?

    Tesla looks unlikely to stay independent in the long run. While some commentators point to Apple as a possible buyer, a more logical choice are Daimler and Toyota, which already own stakes in Tesla.

  • The New Economy Dow passes 15000. Now what?

    With the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting the 15000 milestone and economic signals flashing continued growth, the case for bull market optimists looks stronger. But there are reasons to be cautious about a retrenchment of the Dow.

  • Focus Big Three automakers, reinvented, eye consumers worldwide

    GM, Ford, and Chrysler have reinvented themselves in the years since the Great Recession almost spelled the demise of two of the Big Three automakers. Their 'transformative' evolution puts them in a position to compete globally.

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