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First Shift: Chevy reinvents Blazer; UAW blasts production site
First Shift: Chevy reinvents Blazer; UAW blasts production site
Chevy reinvents Blazer, UAW blasts production site; Uber driver was streaming TV show, cops say; Ally settles lawsuit; Tesla to shutter solar facilities?; Hyundai's war on clones.... more 
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AutoNews Now: Trump raises stakes in tit-for-tat tariff spat
AutoNews Now: Trump raises stakes in tit-for-tat tariff spat
Trump raises stakes in tit-for-tat tariff spat; 'American' Hondas dominate list; Daimler names new Smart chief; VW Group's brand power; The functional and foolish.... more 
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Dealer Headlines
Automotive advertisers steer around new social media scrutiny
Automotive advertisers are sidestepping the potential pothole of Facebook's shift in third-party data policies.... more 
McLaren North American President Tony Joseph makes supercar brand easier to find
McLaren North America President Tony Joseph has been with the brand since it set up shop nine years ago, watching it grow from fledging operations to a growing retail base.... more 
CarMax profits rise on tax-rate change
CarMax's profits rose in the quarter ended May 31 largely because of a lower income tax rate, the nation's largest used-car retailer said Friday.... more 
BMW and Audi dealers call Trump tariff plans 'scary' and 'tragic'
Ask dealers about President Trump's threatening to tax imports of European models, and they'll tell you buyers of those cars might as well throw the money saved on their tax bills out the window.... more 
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Automotive News Current Issue Articles
Automotive advertisers steer around new social media scrutiny
Automotive advertisers are sidestepping the potential pothole of Facebook's shift in third-party data policies.... more 
Mazda sculptors, digital artists collaborate on design like never before
To perfect the voluptuous bends and molten-like reflections of Mazda's next-generation design language due to debut next year, Mazda's stylists had to break with tradition.... more 
Suppliers profit from auto industry's move toward electrified vehicles
Electric vehicle sales might still be low, but some suppliers are moving fast to capitalize on the market for parts and engineering.... more 
GM sees Turin randd center feeding diesel revival
The northern Italian industrial city of Turin is home to a key operation in General Motors' drive to reduce fuel consumption in combustion engines used in the U.S. and globally.... more 
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Mobility Report
Regulators are trying to keep pace with self-driving tech
Critics fear government authorities are falling behind in evaluating and approving guidelines for road readiness of self-driving technologies.... more 
Uber driver was watching video before fatal self-driving crash, police say
Police in Arizona said evidence showed the safety driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber was streaming a TV show on her phone before a fatal accident in March.... more 
Uber driver was watching video just before fatal self-driving crash, police report says
Police in Arizona said evidence showed the safety driver behind the wheel of a self-driving Uber was distracted and streaming a television show on her phone right up until about the time of a fatal accident in March.... more 
Paris ends electric car-share program amid big losses
Paris was once a pacesetter in shared transport, launching a car-sharing service called Autolib in 2011. Now, taxpayers may have to pick up the bill for big losses.... more 
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Finance and Insurance News
Ally to pay $19.7 million to settle class-action suit
Ally Financial has agreed to pay nearly $20 million to settle a class-action lawsuit accusing the lender of charging customers fees outside their lease-to-own agreements.... more 
DealerRater survey finds what bothers consumers at auto dealerships
A small percentage of car shoppers say negotiations over prices and terms could be handled better, and even fewer feel that way about the presentation of FandI products.... more 
GM Financial follows the rules but consumers feel the pain
GM Financial stopped reporting customer payment information to the credit bureaus after problems following a systemwide technology upgrade, and legally, that was the lender's only choice.... more 
GM Financial resumes payment reporting after 5-month hiatus
GM Financial customers were thrust into a state of uncertainty from January through May after the lender stopped reporting payment information to credit bureaus because of problems following a systemwide technology upgrade.... more 
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Fixed Operations News
GM starts work on $65 million parts distribution operation
GM is expanding its ACDelco and Genuine GM Parts operations with a $65 million processing center. The project represents GM's largest outlay for a U.S. warehousing and logistics operation in nearly 40 years.... more 
GM, Honda endorse policy accord for EV infrastructure
General Motors, Honda and others endorsed principles meant to guide local, state and federal policymakers on how to develop energy infrastructure for electrified vehicles.... more 
Dealerships need chat feature tailored to fixed ops
The chat feature on most dealership websites, as it pertains to fixed ops, could use an overhaul.... more 
5 minutes with John Eck, collision manager, customer care and aftersales, General Motors
When General Motors launches its certified collision repair program for dealerships and independent shops this summer, it will use the lessons learned from the Cadillac Aluminum Repair Network it rolled out two years ago.... more 
Independent collision repair shops rely on work from dealers
Florida bump shops thrive by doing specialty collision repair work for dealerships, even those with their own body shops.... more 
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Used Vehicles News
Small used-car prices rise unexpectedly
Prices for small used cars are climbing to unexpected levels- a sign that demand is growing as price-sensitive consumers face dwindling options in the new-car market.... more 
ADESA's bold bid to revamp auto auctions
ADESA is aggressively enhancing its online auctions -- through technology, analytics and machine learning -- in an effort to maintain its lead in private-label sales.... more 
Online auction ACV well past startup phase
The sale of a 2017 Mercedes-Benz G550 for $239,500 in late April shows how ACV Auctions, an app-enabled dealer-to-dealer auction platform, has matured.... more 
Mercedes website to offer Sixt retired rentals
German car-rental company Sixt is the first third-party seller integrated into MBonDemand, a Web-based platform for sales of used Mercedes-Benz vehicles.... more 
Used-car retailer Carvana Q1 net loss expands
Online used-car retailer Carvana's first-quarter net loss widened to nearly $53 million, while revenue and vehicle sales both more than doubled to records.... more 
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