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FCA's Magneti Marelli sale offers chance to fulfill Marchionne dividend vow

Fiat Chrysler has not paid a dividend since it was formed in 2014, but the automaker now has the chance to change this following its sale of supplier Magneti Marelli.
■ Fiat Chrysler agrees to sell Magneti Marelli to KKR's Calsonic Kansei

Faraday plans layoffs, temporary pay cuts after funding dispute

The electric-vehicle maker said it will lay off some employees and cut staff salaries by 20 percent because of "financial difficulty" following a dispute with its property-tycoon backer.

Dyson picks Singapore to build EVs

The choice of Singapore -- which doesn't have a single car-manufacturing plant and is one of the costliest places in the world to buy an automobile -- comes as Tesla zeroes in on establishing a factory in China.

Buyers feel the pinch as interest rates rise and incentives dip

Customers coming back to the new-vehicle market are finding heftier price tags and dwindling financing options. For those underwater on their loans, a new vehicle is even further from reach just as automakers are pulling back on incentives that could help.

Dealers sue Mazda over multi-tier bonus plan

Florida dealership Kuhn Mazda and the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers are suing Mazda Motor of America Inc. in two lawsuits alleging its new Mazda Brand Experience Program 2.0 violates state franchise laws and includes price discrimination.

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Dyson picks Singapore to build EVs

The choice of Singapore -- which doesn't have a single car-manufacturing plant and is one of the costliest places in the world to buy an automobile -- comes as Tesla zeroes in on establishing a factory in China.

Dealers sue Mazda over multi-tier bonus plan

Florida dealership Kuhn Mazda and the New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers are suing Mazda Motor of America Inc. in two lawsuits alleging its new Mazda Brand Experience Program 2.

UPDATED: 10/22/18 4:25 pm ET - new story Ford will place next self-driving fleet in Washington, D.C.

Ford plans to make the nation's capital a pillar in its strategy to commercially deploy self-driving vehicles. Starting in the first quarter of 2019, the company will begin testing its autonomous-driving technology in Washington D.C.

AutoNation: Which new products need boost?

Next year, AutoNation will be ready to hand off its brand extension strategy to a new leader and decide in which elements of the brand extension to invest its capital and management expertise.

Honda's V2X technology at a crossroads

Last November, the city of Marysville, Ohio, mounted four cameras above the traffic lights at an nondescript intersection as part of a pilot project with Honda. Residents thought it was a way to trap them with speeding tickets.

In with the new (but keep the old)

Automakers are usually all about what's new -- new product, new technology, new brand image. But they're also pragmatic businesses willing to milk profits out of vehicles overdue for a refresh.

Porsche pageantry

The buzz about Porsche's Rennsport Reunion VI at the WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca near Monterey, Calif., last month just doesn't stop. So we decided to give it another, closer look.

Colo. Nissan dealer goes all in on the Leaf

A Colorado Nissan dealership amps up electric vehicle sales via a well-trained sales force and marketing alliances with local companies, aimed at getting consumers in an electric state of mind.

For Hyundai and Kia, risk goes beyond fire

The automakers and NHTSA point to recalls already issued for engine fixes. But the Center for Auto Safety says those calls weren't comprehensive enough, and Congress wants answers.


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