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  1. Ford, utility team up to test plug-in hybrids
  2. GM Certified Used Vehicles Offers GMAC 2.9% APR Incentive on Chevy Impala and Pontiac
  3. Cutting the Cost: GM may take a hit on the price of hybrid systems to sell more units
  4. Alphabet Soup: Mitsubishi releases details on Evo X transmission and stability-contro
  5. Chevrolet Supports CDF Music Therapy Programs On Behalf Of The Essence Music Festival
  6. Report: VW may build North American factory
  7. Ford, Calif. utility team to develop plug-in hybrids
  8. Cadillac tops in luxury customer satisfaction!
  9. New Ram key for Chrysler
  10. American Axle will supply General Motors for future vehicle
  11. All-New 2008 Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid Debuts at Major League Baseball's All-Star Game
  12. Chrysler bets big on dual-clutch transmissions:
  13. Chevrolet to promote green vehicles more in 2007 - Gas-friendly to Gas-free
  14. In wake of tire recall, Senate to examine Chinese goods
  15. Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG: The new C63 cozies up with style and speed
  16. Saturn Outlook ranked among top sport-utilities
  17. Consumer Reports: Saturn Outlook is 'extremely competitive'
  18. Silverado VS Tundra VS F150
  19. Driven to Diesels: Automakers scramble to offer diesels in light-duty trucks
  20. DCX financing group to transfer staffers; more jobs coming to Oakland Co.
  21. Despite slow sales, Crossfire will be back in 2008:
  22. Sales can make a vehicle American
  23. Survey says most don't know how glove box named
  24. United Auto Group Inc. to change name to Penske Automotive Group Inc.
  25. Cadillac reveals more details of new BLS Wagon
  26. 2008 Volkswagen Tiguan: Bring on the beauty shots
  27. GM unloads transmission unit for $5.6B
  28. General Motors gets $5.6 billion for Allison Transmission; shares trade at 2-year hig
  29. Marketing Mileage: Ads focus upon fuel economy
  30. GM Developing Small Engine in Korea, China: New motor partners with Daewoo, Suzuki
  31. 2009 Q5 leads Audi Assault: New sport utility is first of 15 new models
  32. Justy in England?: Subaru could revive nameplate in UK
  33. Ford rolls out year-end sales campaign early
  34. Jeep ad campaign focuses on fun
  35. Classic Buick-Pontiac-GMC Dealership Opens in Ohio
  36. Ad agency gains Buick, GMC after Cadillac loss
  37. GM cars play action heroes in 'Transformers'
  38. 2008 Toyota Highlander: New model is bigger and brawnier
  39. Miller fights back when senator slams automakers
  40. Americans would rather pinch pennies than get around without car
  41. Caught!: Here’s the next-gen Honda Accord
  42. GM gives Buick, Pontiac, GMC ad business to one agency
  43. Cadillac mulls hybrids of all models as sales slump
  44. GM adds deals to transform its sales
  45. Audi Announces RS4 Cabriolet Pricing: You asked for the car, but if you have to ask t
  46. Belated Blowout: Chevy offers incentives on '06 models
  47. Gettelfinger praises General Motors, blasts Delphi management over union deal
  48. Gibbs' Amphibious Ambitions: Company floats U.S. production plan for Aquada
  49. Update: Tiger Woods and Buick
  50. Chevrolet Volt and Holden EFIJY concepts win 2007 Concept Vehicle of the Year Awards
  51. MEDIA ADVISORY: One HUMMER Of A Wedding!*
  52. Cadillac DTS Named Most Satisfying Car
  53. Buick lowers Tiger's profile
  54. Family to return to Flint East
  55. GM: Buick ads to downplay Tiger Woods, who will tout OnStar
  56. New family of Chrysler V6 engines to improve gas mileage 6-8%
  57. LOVE MY CAR: He got his 1965 Corvette
  58. Venom of the Law: Police put Viper to use as D.A.R.E. car
  59. Ford's Fire Sale: Company set to offload luxury brands
  60. Gale joins Chrysler reunion: Cerberus adds former design chief to team of advisers
  61. Collins & Aikman settles with workers who walked out of Canadian plants
  62. 2009 Cadillac CTS-V: Paint-shop ready
  63. Workers walk off the job at two Collins & Aikman plants
  64. GM Certified Used Vehicles Offers Special 2.9% APR Incentive Rate on Chevy Cobalt and
  65. NCAA® and Pontiac Launch March Madness® with Pontiac Game Changing Performance
  66. Buick, Pontiac, GMC Say "Thank You" To Military
  67. Dealership overload | Part 2 of 3-part series: Family pride means dealers don't quit
  68. Volkswagen to feature tracks from Wilco in summer ad campaign
  69. MARK PHELAN | BEHIND THE WHEEL: Volt names: Technical to the simple
  70. LaSorda, UAW support Levin fuel amendment
  71. A Lot More Than Just Racing: Le Mans native takes care of American racers
  72. General Motors to build new diesel engine in New York
  73. Skull Success: Corvette C6.R logo celebrates anniversary
  74. Light Duty Duramax: 4.5-liter turbodiesel makes way to pickups, H2 after '09
  75. Transcript: Levin Press conference
  76. Pardus teams up to seek Delphi stake
  77. Ahead of the Curve: Veteran driver David Green is the key to Hendrick’s Car of Tomorr
  78. Cory Farley: Grandma Fishtails Home
  79. Alfa Male: Stephenson moves to Alfa Romeo's design staff
  80. General Motors paid Bill Clinton $200K for speech
  81. VIDEO: An amphibious car in Detroit?
  82. Enclave brings optimism for Buick
  83. Financing sought for family of boat-cars
  84. 2008 Shelby GT Convertible: Carroll's coupe gains topless sibling
  85. GM's Two-Mode Tango: New Hybrid SUVs won't disappoint
  86. Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Race for Hendrick: NASCAR superstar will replace Kyle Busch in
  87. Howard Hughes’ Duesenberg tops McMullen sale: Car dealer’s collection goes on the auc
  88. How Cerberus snagged Chrysler: Speed, all-star team, resolve put firm on top
  89. Whacked out Ford cameo
  90. Porsche: No-show in Detroit
  91. Engineer works on a battery system for the Chevrolet Volt
  92. Aura to take on Camry, Accord
  93. Report: Saturn mulls smaller model as consumers focus on fuel mileage
  94. 2007 Challenge X: Rising to the Challenge
  95. 2007 Ypsilanti Orphan Car Show: Checkered Weather dampens a Checker show
  96. General Motors Allison Transmission Delivers Five Millionth Automatic Transmission
  97. Super Snake Priced: Get an extra 100 hp (warrantied!) in your GT500—for just $27,995
  98. Saleen’s Next Stand:
  99. Ready for Take-off: Saab Launches 60th Anniversary Celebrations
  100. DCX: Chrysler sales outside North America rose 24 percent in May
  101. RS4s After All: Audi brings RS4 Cabriolet to U.S.
  102. Brabus B63 S: Advances in power are all in the family
  103. Magna plans assembly plant in North America
  104. Chevrolet Heats Up Houston On America's Birthday with Non-Stop Family Entertainment a
  105. Wagoner to investors: Battery research a 'top priority' for General Motors
  106. GM Awards Advanced Development Battery Contracts For Chevrolet Volt E-Flex System
  107. Collins & Aikman's bankruptcy hearing postponed
  108. NASCAR's Bill France Jr. dies at 74:
  109. Looking Luxurious: Buick's Enclave could turn things around for ailing brand
  110. Reinvented Saturn boosts GM
  111. Spartan Motors to split its stock again
  112. Mich. gas prices fall, but are still among the nation's highest
  113. Toyota Tundra= Snap Crackle Pop
  114. Teamsters ride high on Mackinac
  115. SMALL CARS PUMP SALES: GM, DCX improve; Ford declines amid rising gasoline prices
  116. Ford bashes Obama for Big 3 comments
  117. Car News Briefs: More voltage, More transitions
  118. Survey: U.S. automakers continue to lose money on vehicles built in North America
  119. Toyota sues porn Web site over use of Lexus name
  120. Saab 9-3 Convertible Receives Top Crash Test Honors from IIHS
  121. Suzuki to debut Verona replacement at Frankfurt:
  122. Indianapolis 500: Tony Kanaan Favored to Win
  123. American flag flap rocks Las Vegas
  124. Americans still buying bigger models
  125. GM names executive for Shanghai partnership
  126. Report: Delphi nearing accord with investors, General Motors
  127. Chrysler gives hero same Jeep -- for second time
  128. Report: General Motors boosts estimate of Delphi bailout costs
  129. Chevy calls out Camry
  130. We Drove it First: Sales of Buick's new Enclave are strong even before ads start
  131. The Detroit News named a finalist for business journalism award
  132. American Axle to pay 15-cent dividend
  133. Super Corvette to be unveiled at 2008 NAIAS
  134. China to U.S.: Don't blame us
  135. Chrysler executive is named to OU board
  136. Boag named supply chief for Chrysler
  137. Redesigned Saab to hit U.S. showrooms
  138. Thud!: Cadillac’s global aspirations lack punch in key Euro-luxury market
  139. Report: General Motors to invest $332M in Toledo plant
  140. Amping It Up: 2008 STS V6 engine delivers 302 hp
  141. One-third of American auto suppliers in financial distress, survey says
  142. General Motors' top North American ad executive to depart in June
  143. American Axle gets Chery contract
  144. ROUSH Performance Expands Line to Include GM Parts
  145. Report: General Motors will boost exports to China
  146. Chevrolet Joins Maná's 2007 US Concert Tour
  147. Chasing Camry: Chevy asks dealers to put a Camry in the showroom to sell Malibus
  148. Fords insist family shares not for sale
  149. Done Deal: Cerberus buys Chrysler group for $7.45 billion
  150. Indy Insider - 5/12/07: Helio Castroneves swipes Indy pole
  151. Cadillac loads up on safety
  152. MEDIA ADVISORY: Brady Quinn - Press Conference; Vehicle Presentation At HUMMER Dealer
  153. Folding Hardtops Hot: Bargain convertibles spark renewed interest in segment
  154. General Motors names new Buick-Pontiac-GMC manager
  155. MARK PHELAN: Obama talks of hybrids, but his ride has a Hemi
  156. ANNUAL SHAREHOLDERS MEETINGS: Challenge to Ford family rule fails again
  157. Indy Insider - 5/10/07: Dixon fastest, but Andretti Green are ones to watch on day th
  158. Ford family feels heat from stockholders
  159. Dale Earnhardt Jr. quits DEI: Junior to depart father's team in November
  160. Mulally upbeat, family stock opposed at meeting
  161. Success forecast for American Axle's turnaround plans
  162. Congress examines currency controls
  163. Enhanced 2008 Cadillac STS Delivers Signature Styling And Advanced Performance Techno
  164. Next-Generation Stabilitrak With Active Front Steering Makes Debut On 2008 Cadillac S
  165. GM's First V-6 Engine With Direct Injection Delivers 302 Horsepower in Cadillac STS
  166. Rudolf Would Be Proud: Millionth Duramax Diesel assembled
  167. General Motors sweetens truck deals with cash back or zero-percent financing
  168. Prius Fighter: GM commits to Volt production
  169. New marketing campaign puts Chrysler in starring role
  170. Ford family unity tested
  171. Obama: Go green now
  172. Chinese buyers give Buick a second wind
  173. Chrysler Group aims to polish image with new ad campaign
  174. Maserati raising its game in U.S., may be joined by Alfa Romeo
  175. Saturn buyers forget foreign brands
  176. Chevy Announces Rev-It-Up 2007!
  177. 2008 Mercedes-Benz SLR Roadster: Flagship supercar loses its lid
  178. Panamera Photographed: Four-door Porsche spied during testing
  179. GM posts Q1 profit, loses $46 million on N. American operations
  180. Scion xB's ad focus is outside the mainstream
  181. Chrysler CEO rallies team
  182. Auto supplier Amerigon profit rises on record revenue
  183. Getting Better All the Time: Chevrolet reveals mid-cycle Corvette changes
  184. Ford to skake up corporate communications team
  185. Toyota sales DROP!
  186. General Motors shuffles design staff
  187. Spartan Motors posts record earnings for 1st quarter
  188. MARK PHELAN: Take care of your transmission
  189. Pre-production Challenger at Brampton Assmebly plant
  190. GM RWD update
  191. Chevy switching up the SS strategy
  192. Chrysler revamps sales, marketing
  193. Profit at American Axle goes up 79%
  194. General Motors' Wagoner earned $10.2 million in 2006
  195. Chrysler names 2 executives to top sales, marketing posts
  196. 2008 Chevrolet Corvette: Faster, more luxurious and probably more expensive
  197. Hybrids on Hold: GM axes hybrid pickups until two-mode system debuts in 2008
  198. American Axle boosts Q1 profits above $15 million
  199. OFFICIAL: 2008 Corvette Specs & Info
  200. Mitsubishi Motors reports first profit in 4 years
  201. Natural Evolution: Mitsubishi’s upcoming 10th-generation Lancer
  202. MapQuest, OnStar team up on maps
  203. DCX close to naming Chrysler top bidder
  204. Great Ambitions: Changfeng plans to start selling SUVs in U.S. within 5 years
  205. Small Cars, Small Profits: Will Americans embrace the microcar trend?
  206. No Go For Scirocco: Hot hatch won't cross the Atlantic
  207. Can Steve Shannon win over Saab snobs?
  208. Chery shows off minicar -- and ambition -- at auto show
  209. Return of the Riviera: Buick reveals special Shanghai concept
  210. VE Holden Ute Spotted
  211. Car News Briefs: Home-field advantage, Buick’s Chinese massage, Nissan goes electric
  212. Study: Chevrolet Blazer has highest driver death rate
  213. General Motors posts record global sales in first quarter
  214. Hold Your Breath: Supreme Court CO2 ruling puts future of performance cars up in the
  215. Magna's Chrysler bid gains steam
  216. Re-Volting Development: GM steps up Volt concept for Shanghai show
  217. Plans Approved: Volkswagen will continue with Hallmark's product strategy
  218. Lower Premium: Volkswagen hopes to eclipse Toyota pricing in several years
  219. General Motors aims to boost output and sales in India with Chevy Spark
  220. Report: Ford family member prodded Bill Ford to find help
  221. General Motors ranks 3rd on Fortune 500 list; Ford is No. 7
  222. Stop And Think: GM places development of rwd cars on hold; G8, Camaro safe
  223. Learning The Hard Way: Toyota scrambles to get the kinks out of Tundra's launch
  224. Blue Devil to be N/A
  225. ON THE BRIGHT SIDE: Amid massive buyouts and the Toyota onslaught, these three vehicl
  226. Auto CEOs will return to Washington for manufacturing summit
  227. Revival of the Fittest: Is there a future for the Connaught Syracuse Type-D?
  228. Toyota puts American on board
  229. Toyota names American to board of directors
  230. Chrysler sales talks ramp up
  231. General Motors pulls ads from Imus show
  232. No Boring Beaters: Mini Chevy concepts fight dull small-car stereotype
  233. Counting on Compacts: Subaru hopes to broaden appeal with new Impreza
  234. Study: Oil, gas price gouging bill would damage economy
  235. Challenger Countdown Clock
  236. Interior Attention: Ford gives up sliding doors for Flex
  237. Isuzu confirms land purchase in Alabama for possible factory
  238. Isuzu to resume U.S. auto production in Alabama
  239. He left GM to ramp it up
  240. Lower price and more power for Tribeca: Subaru hoping for a fresh start
  241. Limo Me, Baby!: Operators gather in Vegas for the annual convention of the chauffeure
  242. Kerkorian ready for another gamble
  243. Mercedes-Benz CLK63 AMG Black Series: Not so fast, BMW
  244. C30's Not Too Costly: Volvo's hatchback starts under $25,000
  245. Transportation secretary defends Bush fuel proposal
  246. Ford to make family hauler that keeps quirks of the concept car
  247. Chery Automobile breaks record in March, earns place as challenger in global market
  248. Name-change proposal fails at DCX shareholder meeting
  249. Report: General Motors' Daewoo profit surges
  250. Chevrolet 'triplet' minicars take the stage in New York