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The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced a new enhanced safety initiative in collaboration with 18 of the world’s major automakers. Continue Reading...
Automakers are teaming up to form an alliance against car hacking. Continue Reading...
Imports and European automakers still reign supreme in customer satisfaction. Continue Reading...
Major auto manufacturers have collectively given over $1.2 million to the relief effort in Moore, the Oklahoma City suburb devastated in last week’s tornado. Continue Reading...
Ever since the use of E15 has been approved, rules and warnings against its use have been popping up left, right and center. Now a new mandate for the 15 percent ethanol, 85 percent gasoline mixture is causing more users to be up in arms. Continue Reading...
Back in 2009, customer satisfaction with major automakers reached an overall ranking of 84 out of 100 on the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI). That mark has been reached again this year, showing that new car buyers are satisfied with major automakers. Continue Reading...
Car sales in China have, for much of the auto industry, helped companies weather the global economy’s struggles over the last couple years, but that demand boom might be over. Continue Reading...
Debates around ethanol use have out-burned the fuel’s actual use since E85 started showing up at pumping stations in 2005. Most recently, a study suggests that E15 is likely to incur costly repairs in older engines. Continue Reading...
You think you hate those rising gas prices – well, drivers aren’t the only ones. Automakers aren’t too pleased about skyrocketing gas prices either as they could undermine years of design and manufacturing planning. Gas prices could hit $4-plus per gallon sooner rather than later, and that could spell doom for automakers. This is due… Continue Reading...