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  • After 121 Years, The Rose Parade is Changing its Name

    After 121 Years, The Rose Parade is Changing its Name
    PASADENA, Calif. -- For the first time in its 122 year history the Tournament of Roses Parade will have a new name. Parade organizers announced the 2011 version of the New Year's Day spectacular will be officially known as the 122nd Rose Parade,...
  • 2012 Honda Civic is a model of extreme sensibility

    2012 Honda Civic is a model of extreme sensibility
    It depends perhaps upon one's affection for cars, but the biggest compliment to be paid to the 2012 Honda Civic is its utter lack of flash. Now in its ninth generation, the redesigned Civic is the automotive equivalent of beige. It's a well-engineered...
  • Ford brand 2011 U.S. sales top 2 million

    Ford brand 2011 U.S. sales top 2 million
    (Reuters) - Ford Motor said its primary Ford brand vehicle sales topped 2 million in the United States this year, the first time since 2007 that any single automotive brand has reached that level. The Ford brand passed the 2-million mark on Wednesday...
  • Honda Recalls 554,000 SUVs Over Headlights

    Honda Recalls 554,000 SUVs Over Headlights
    (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co Ltd is recalling about 554,000 sport utility vehicles in the United States to inspect for faulty wiring in headlights. Honda said in a statement that the recall affects CR-V SUVs from model years 2002 to 2004 and Pilot SUVs...
  • Fix for Civic Hybrids' dying batteries may hurt gas mileage, acceleration

    Fix for Civic Hybrids' dying batteries may hurt gas mileage, acceleration
    When Honda Motor Co. rolled out its latest-generation Civic Hybrid, it was sold as the automaker's green car of the future. But five years into production, Honda has discovered that its high-tech batteries can die years early — a potentially...
  • Toyota to introduce a lower-priced Prius

    Toyota to introduce a lower-priced Prius
    Coming soon to a Toyota dealer near you: a slightly cheaper Prius. Toyota Motor Corp. said Monday that it would introduce a new "standard" version of its popular gas-electric hybrid for the 2008 model year with a base price of $20,950, not including...
  • Toyota raising prices on some models in U.S. this month

    Toyota raising prices on some models in U.S. this month
    Toyota Motor Corp., the world's second-biggest automaker by annual vehicle sales, is raising its prices on some U.S. models later this month amid increased worries about its profit growth in the American market. The price increases, which will start in...
  • GM Employees May Get Shutdown Details

    DETROIT - Thousands of GM workers could learn as early as Thursday that they will be idle for up to nine weeks this summer as the automaker's plants stop making all but its most popular cars and trucks. - More: Business News The move is a result of...
  • 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...
  • Ford to delay new F-Series pickups, citing the rising cost of gasoline

    Ford to delay new F-Series pickups, citing the rising cost of gasoline
    Henry Ford II was famous for saying "Big cars, big profits. Small cars, small profits." Now a better mantra for the country's second-largest carmaker might be "Big cars, no profits." Faced with crashing sales of big sport utility vehicles and...
  • U.S. carmakers are flat-out hurting

    U.S. carmakers are flat-out hurting
    America's Big Three automakers are looking awfully small these days. Speculation about asset sales, takeovers and even bankruptcy for the former titans of Detroit raged Thursday as a stock market rout after a downgrade by Goldman Sachs brought shares...