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  • Toyota Recall Could Cost More Than Money

    Toyota Recall Could Cost More Than Money
    The largest recall in Toyota Motor Corp. history will probably put a serious dent in the Japanese automaker's pocketbook. But the hit to Toyota's image could prove even more damaging. The company's reputation as a builder of reliable, trouble-free...
  • Honda Shadow Phantom sneaks onto the road for 2010

     
    It’s hard to look tough on a Honda cruiser, no matter how rad the styling. Take the latest version of the longstanding and popular Shadow, which, with its blacked-out pretty much everything, is more hooligan than most Honda products but......
  • Sunshine and tap water? Finding a fuel for the future

     
    “When I was a kid, they told us in the 21st century we'd have cars that fly. I don't have a car that flies, but this is good enough for me.” --Jack Cusick, Clarity driver Imagine a world where all it took to power a car was sunshine and tap water...
  • U.S. auto sales continue to drag despite lower gas prices

    U.S. auto sales continue to drag despite lower gas prices
    Falling gasoline prices didn't help automakers in August as economic worries and an overabundance of trucks rather than compact cars continued to drag down U.S. sales results. Overall industry sales were down 15.5% last month compared with a year earlier...
  • Honda begins mass production of Civic sedans in Indiana

    On Thursday Honda began mass production  of the fuel-efficient, 4-cylinder Honda Civic Sedan at its new facility in Greensburg, Indiana. The $550 million plant ultimately will produce 200,000 vehicles annually, and employ 2,000 associates at full...
  • The end of the road for U.S. carmakers?

    Are the Big Three worth saving? The U.S. auto industry's downward spiral has accelerated dramatically in recent weeks. In a desperate bid for solvency, General Motors Corp. is seeking a merger with Chrysler. Chrysler has talked with Renault and Nissan...
  • Honda dedicates southern Indiana car plant

    GREENSBURG, Ind. (AP) - Honda Motor Co. officials are dedicated the company's new southern Indiana plant which has been producing cars for about a month. Honda executives and state officials held a dedication ceremony Monday morning at the plant in...
  • Honda cuts production at new Greensburg plant

     Honda says its new plant in Greensburg will be included in production cuts in North America, as the automaker adjusts to lower demand.       Honda Motor Co. is lowering production by another 119,000 vehicles, including 6,000 vehicles at its...
  • Toyota projects operating loss for fiscal year on slumping demand

    Toyota Motor Corp. projected its first-ever operating loss since it began such reports, acknowledging Monday that its nine-year stretch of global vehicle-sales growth had stalled. Crashing auto demand, especially in its key U.S. market, and the profit...
  • Tournament of Roses Parade Floats on Display

    PASADENA -- The 120th annual Tournament of Roses Parade is over, but there's still some time to enjoy the spectacular floats in person. All 46 of the flowery creations will be lined up along Sierra Madre Boulevard near Pasadena High School for public...
  • Stars test the waters with hydrogen cars

    Stars test the waters with hydrogen cars
    Oscar-winning writer and director Paul Haggis owns four Toyota Priuses and is high on the waiting list to buy a $100,000 Tesla electric roadster. But when he heard about the new Honda FCX Clarity, a hydrogen-powered car that gets 270 miles on a tank and...