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  • Chevy Cruze Off to a Hot Start Down Under

     
    Less than a week after President Barack Obama visited the Lordstown, Ohio, plant where the new Chevy Cruze will be built, GM got good news from Australia, where the Aussie version ??? called the Holden Cruze ??? has found early...
  • Consumers to Spend Over $9.3 Billion on Car Tech in 2009

     
    It may seem like an astonishing dollar amount, but sales for in-car technology like navigation systems and voice-controlled stereos are expected to exceed $9.3 billion in 2009. As telematics ??? as they???re known in the car industry ??? continue to...

    Daily News Briefs: July 6, 2012

     
    Mazda posted details about an extensive midcycle refresh for its Japanese-marketed 2013 Mazda Roadster (shown above) ??? known here as the MX-5 Miata ??? on its Google+ page. Updates include a new front bumper, grille, fog lamps and chin spoiler....

    Does the Hyundai Elantra Really Get 40 MPG?

     
    Hyundai is in hot water over claims of false advertising. According to a consumer watchdog group and one Elantra owner, the automaker is misleading consumers in its claims that the compact sedan gets 40 mpg. The Detroit Free Press is...

    Daily News Briefs: July 12, 2012

     
    Tesla just opened its 12th dealership, but it's closer to foot traffic than, well, car traffic. The Detroit News reports the electric-car maker's latest store opened at the Third Street Promenade, an outdoor mall in Santa Monica, Calif. The automaker,...