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  1. Saab BioPower 100 Reinforces Technology
  2. Dream Team: Ford and Shelby build a better GT500KR
  3. Ford GT owners could be getting the shaft:
  4. Collins & Aikman announces sale of interior plastics division
  5. Aura is named most washable
  6. There go his residuals: Actor Eddie Griffin eradicates Enzo supercar
  7. Chevrolet enlists Detroit students to get new van noticed
  8. Pricing Games: Volvo asks consumers to help determine price, sales target for C30
  9. Sharing the Style: American Buicks to get Chinese design
  10. Dana Corp.'s Rochester Hills plant among those to be sold
  11. Report: Ford to close Leamington, England factory
  12. Light it up: System helps put spotlight on redesigned Cadillac CTS
  13. Auto supplier Autoliv names top execs
  14. NEW YORK AUTO SHOW: CHEVROLET: Pick a tiny Chevy concept
  15. NEW YORK AUTO SHOW: CADILLAC: More power, style for STS
  16. More Muscle: Cadillac's direct-injection allows V6 to pump out 300-hp
  17. No cash bonuses for top General Motors execs
  18. Buick models to get Super badges as LaCrosse gets a face-lift
  19. More Muscle: Cadillac's direct-injection allows V6 to pump out 300-hp
  20. Pricing Games: Volvo asks consumers to help determine price, sales target for C30
  21. New exec named for Asahi Tec and Metaldyne
  22. Sharing the Style: American Buicks to get Chinese design
  23. Ex-Collins & Aikman chief Stockman charged with criminal fraud; vows vigorous defense
  24. Bush meets again with heads of Ford, General Motors and Chrysler
  25. Report: Indictment today for ex-Collins & Aikman chief Stockman
  26. Lampert to leave AutoNation board
  27. MARK PHELAN: Cadillac needs a full line
  28. AutoWeek Magazine Names New Publisher:
  29. General Motors execs get stock bonuses
  30. Acadian Allure: GMC's new crossover builds interest with women
  31. Lutz on Lutz: "Never in doubt"
  32. $660,000 seized from retired Ford manager; kickback scam alleged
  33. Ford names new crossover the Flex
  34. Auto analyst Casesa nominated to American Axle board
  35. Chevy's Global Revolution: Nameplates, retailing will be consistent world-wide
  36. American Axle chief earns $9.3 million
  37. Orders surge for new Buick Enclave
  38. looks like GM is making a V12
  39. Report: Feds may charge David Stockman for Collins & Aikman accounting ills
  40. Malaysia's Proton on track for partnership decision with Volkswagen or General Motors
  41. Ford halts sale of F-series diesel trucks, citing tailpipe flames
  42. Youthful Enclave: Buick aims to younger clientele with new crossover
  43. Jeep's Gender-Bender: Patriot, Compass aim for different demographics
  44. Lightening the Load: Saikawa replaces Ghosn as head of U.S. operations for Nissan
  45. GM's Buick brand reaches crossroads
  46. Woods will help drive Buick sales in China
  47. Consumer Reports car seat study blamed on misunderstanding
  48. General Motors to revive '50s 'Super' Buick label
  49. Jeep's fender gender-bender: Patriot, Compass aim for different demographics
  50. Nissan 'whip-cracker' replaces Ghosn: Saikawa now heads U.S. operations
  51. Ex-Chrysler CEO named to Meridian's board
  52. GM streamlines management
  53. One of General Motors' top legal advisers retires
  54. Saturn hybrids qualify for $1,300 tax credit
  55. Pontiac boosts NCAA
  56. Demonically Different: Dodge concept shows attitude with value
  57. GM's Globe Crossers: Global group of small crossovers planned
  58. UAW strike, failed Delphi talks among top threats to GM in 2007
  59. Hummer fraud investigation spreads to Missouri and overseas
  60. General Motors posts first quarterly profit in two years
  61. Sharing Ford's B: New small cars will ride on Mazda2 Platform
  62. Chrysler buyers ready; renaming asked
  63. Shareholders want Chrysler dropped from DCX name
  64. Larger Titan Trashed: Nissan may dump heavy-duty pickup program
  65. Losing the Link: OnStar may bleed subscribers, Lexus and Mercedes are also at risk
  66. Aston Martin Sold: Kuwaiti investors bid $925 million for sports car maker
  67. Decision Time: GM to rule on CTS family for Cadillac within three months
  68. Hyundai to build new plant in Alabama
  69. General Motors to post 2006 sales and earnings Wednesday; touts "significant" improve
  70. Cadillac bets on wagon
  71. Mustang with a cause
  72. Autorama opens an hour early for eager visitors
  73. AUTO NEWS IN BRIEF: GM amends bylaws
  74. Hot rod fans flock to Autorama at Cobo
  75. VIDEO: Autorama shows off hot rods
  76. Ford, UAW agree to $200-million transmission investment
  77. Saturn Soars, Silverado Scores: February sales can't be generalized
  78. MARK PHELAN: GM aims to make all-American Chevy worldwide success
  79. Toyota's Next Problem: Not enough engines to supply production
  80. Report: General Motors to boost Chevy production abroad
  81. Pair of Deuces for Autorama
  82. GM plans to make Chevrolet a global brand
  83. Unlimited Demand: 4-door Wrangler has 0 days supply
  84. LR2 Leaves Freelander in the Dust: Land Rover's new crossover replaces poor-selling S
  85. Bush fuel economy plan has rough debut in Congress: Four percent increase is "a targe
  86. Blackstone team due at Chrysler
  87. 2008 Bentley Brooklands Coupe: Big two-door captures company's racing heritage
  88. General Motors hasn't ruled out stake in Malaysia's Proton auto maker
  89. GENEVA AUTO SHOW CONCEPT: A hint at Saturn's future
  90. Obama, others offer a less-tough mileage bill
  91. Opel concept also unveils GM future
  92. Ford confirms subcompact car for North American market
  93. GM Extends Warranties on Performance Parts!
  94. Bringing their B-Game: Ford's next small car will be a world traveler
  95. Chrysler's sales jump outside North America
  96. VICTORY FOR THE PEOPLE: Saturn lets Aura owners share Car of the Year win
  97. General Motors sees continued growth in Eastern Europe
  98. Jill Lajdziak on the Saturn Astra
  99. News Update: Check out the Cadillac Drivers' Log
  100. Ed Peper on Volt and Camaro
  101. AutoWeek and American Le Mans Series announce "Insiders Dream Giveaway" Winner:
  102. Ford, General Motors, Chrysler chiefs will speak to Congress about fuel economy
  103. New MPG Ratings for Old Models: Revised calculation used for 2008 models
  104. Scott Burgess: Big 3 fans shouldn't blame messenger
  105. Lighter Lamborghini: Trim Gallardo Superleggera weighs in at Geneva
  106. Saturn's Instant Messaging: Division goes 24/7 with online chat
  107. Order forces Navistar to resume building engines for Ford amid dispute
  108. Skyline Sighting: Nissan's next-gen GT-R caught testing in America
  109. Saturn will tout Astra's German roots:
  110. Will Price Rule?: Saturn hopes to beat Honda, Toyota in hybrid arena
  111. Sanfilippo named ad agency's Ford exec
  112. Report: Chrysler could be swapped for a General Motors ownership stake
  113. To Deutschland, from Delaware: GM adds overtime for Opel GT exports
  114. Saab loyalist to get a brand-new one free
  115. An Autorama star
  116. BusinessWeek gives Cadillac high marks
  117. More Fun, Less Cost: GM's global rwd approach promises savings
  118. Saturn will tout Astra's German roots:
  119. American Axle will cut jobs, new wages
  120. American Axle offers $300 million in unsecured notes
  121. GM edits out suicide dream in robot ad
  122. Orion Twp OKs Tax Abatement for GM Plant Expansion
  123. GM investigates leak of photos of possible Corvette supercar
  124. Ford warns of difficult transition as thousands of workers leave
  125. Should Saturn have one?
  126. Memo from Mark Fields, Ford president of the Americas group
  127. Designs target X-Games crowd
  128. 'Positive response' prompts GM to extend incentive campaign
  129. Lessons from Pontiac: What Lutz (and GM) learned from the GTO flop.
  130. Buy American Mention of the week 2-18-07
  131. Mazda's Crossover-kill?: Execs say each of the 5 people haulers serves a niche
  132. GM's Global Small-Car Plans: Automaker eyes low-cost world car
  133. No RWD for Buick?: Dealers fear such a vehicle would steal from Lucerne
  134. Demon’s in the details: Can this simple Dodge roadster thaw Chrysler’s sales chill?
  135. German transport minister proposes tax breaks for 'green' cars
  136. DAYTONA BRIEFS: Almirola is surprise winner of Busch pole at Daytona
  137. DAYTONA BRIEFS: Joe Gibbs Racing rookie, Almirola, gets pole in Busch Series 300
  138. Report: Chrysler to recall some 2006 Dodge Ram trucks
  140. Production Dodge Challenger will be unveiled in 365 days
  141. Crossing over to CX-9: Flurry of advertising dollars will help Mazda's move to crosso
  142. Power, then Prudence: Toyota makes Highlander SUV larger, more powerful
  143. Small Car, Small Profits: Saturn Astra will make money in the U.S.
  144. New Pontiac G8 may be built in U.S. as sales rise:
  145. DAYTONA BRIEFS: Gilliland, Rudd Qualify One and Two for the 2007 Daytona 500
  146. DAYTONA BRIEFS: Stewart, Chevy Win Bud Shoutout
  147. Report: New Toyota factory in India to focus on small family cars
  148. On the beach with Freeman Thomas: A quick chat with a Ford designer
  149. 2007 Maserati Quattroporte Automatic: Fangio would have approved
  150. Toyota to pay owners for engine damages
  151. On the beach with Freeman Thomas: A quick chat with a Ford designer
  152. Stranger in a Wonderful Land: Sampling Maybachs in the Middle East
  153. Bentley is king of ultraluxury sales in America: In 3 years, Rolls, Maybach left behi
  154. 2008 Pontiac G8: The return of the rear-drive Pontiac sedan
  155. VW's Rabbit refresh, hybrids on hold: New models are under chairman's scrutiny
  156. Pontiac debuts performance-oriented G8 sedan in Chicago
  157. 2008 Pontiac G8 Revealed!
  158. Ford to put popular Taurus nameplate on slow-selling Five Hundred sedans
  159. G8 pics.
  160. Chrysler eyes diesel minivans for U.S.:
  161. BMW to offer eight speeds: ZF developing eight-speed automatic to counter Lexus LS
  162. Toyota quietly puts first incentives on Prius: Go green, save green
  163. **** this is a nice car!!!
  164. Saturn revamp continues with Astra
  165. GM Announces Longer Used Car Warranties
  166. MPV Gone Missing: Mazda vanquished van from line-up
  167. Kia's 'Cabinocity': New ad campaign highlights crossover
  168. American Axle posts net loss for 2006
  169. 2007 Special Edition Corvettes
  170. No Synergy for Automotive Ecology: Automakers split over fuel-saving technologies
  171. Shocking Styrene: Even Chevrolet Volt's plastic parts are high-tech
  172. Europeans will get diesel CTS:
  173. First Phantom Drophead Florida-Bound: $2 million bid brings first Rolls-Royce convert
  174. Energy message is mixed bag for automakers:
  175. Hummer rolls out Victory Red
  176. More GM debuts at Chicago Auto Show
  177. Jack's Ragtop: 2007 Roush Roadster is the latest limited-edition Mustang
  178. GM may sell Indianapolis-based Allison Transmission
  179. Hy-Series hits Washington: Ford puts concept’s fuel cell hybrid system to the test
  180. Disabled and Driving: California man makes manual tranny sports car accessible again
  181. Automakers put on Game Faces: Array of auto ads prepped for Super Bowl
  182. Daniel Howes: Washington pushes Big Three to change
  183. Changfeng Targets U.S: Chinese automaker aims SUV at our markets
  184. Cadillac's sales targets in Europe look doomed
  185. GM Brings the Incentives: New promotions aimed to move '05, '06 vehicles
  186. Toyota recalls Tundra, Sequoia for suspension fix: 553,000 full-sized trucks called i
  187. Under Development: Suppliers work on lithium ion batteries for GM
  188. Bentley to the Max: CEO claims division can't top 2006 record
  189. Keep Camaro Buzz Alive: Can GM keep the public's interest in this car for two more ye
  190. CTS Renaissance: New product signals new phase of Caddy's revival
  191. GM renames gas-touting site
  192. Benny Parsons: 1941-2007:
  193. CAW chief calls for trade rules to protect North American automakers
  194. Shock and Audi: Q7 hybrid, diesel variants planned
  195. Windows on Wheels: Ford, Microsoft get in 'Sync'
  196. Spied: 2010 BMW Z9:
  197. G8 Summit: Rear-drive Pontiac Grand Prix replacement spied in Australia
  198. AutoWeek Editors' Choice Awards: The Best of Detroit: 2007 North American Internation
  199. Holden Commodore SS set to become Pontiac G8:
  200. Play time: Exhibitors ratchet up marketing pitches with interactive fun, games
  201. Kerri Martin resigns from Volkswagen of America:
  202. Toyota may add five plants in N. America
  203. 2008 BMW 5 Series: New engines and subtle styling highlight changes to lineup
  204. Behind the Concept: Following the Jeep Trailhawk from sketch to reality
  205. ABCnews Poll: Would you consider an American Car?
  206. V-10 Viper: The new Dodge will top the horsepower food chain at 600hp
  207. Accord concept: A preview of the next coupe and a promise of more power
  208. The future of Pontiac comes to Chicago...
  209. Updated Chevrolet Website!
  210. Airstream shows Ford's plug-in technology: Designed for eco-geeks who want more pure
  211. 2008 Cadillac CTS: The science of art
  212. One-two punch: GM claims 2007 North American Car and Truck of the Year awards with re
  213. 2007 Toyota Tundra: On third try, Toyota finally goes large
  214. Airstream, Ford conceive space-age crossover
  215. GM's Global Flavor: The General brings worldwide designs to Detroit
  216. Lincoln to concentrate on cars, crossovers in the future:
  217. Camaro goes topless
  218. Cover Blown: Detroit-bound Camaro convertible concept shows up early
  219. Web leaks changing auto show game
  220. Auto execs gloomy about N. America
  221. Volvo asks consumers to rate C30 in new ads:
  222. Ford Interceptor celebrates American muscle
  223. Ford, Microsoft team up on tech
  224. Ask DCX: Dr. Z campaign worked
  225. Odd Mix: Maserati offers exclusivity—and 1.9 percent financing
  226. Honda expects to launch fuel-cell cars in general market by 2018
  227. Rogue Reveal: Nissan drops the curtain on baby Murano
  228. Viper Bites: 2008 SRT10 promises 600 hp
  229. Streamlining Suggestions: Porsche consultants hope to maximize efficiency of VW facto
  230. Inside Analysis: Cadillac CTS family could be 3-series fighters
  231. Will Ford, Toyota team up?
  232. Lincoln's Looker: Hot MKR breaks cover, we bring you video
  233. LSX block to take any LS series head
  234. Pipe Dream?: Toyota conceives a 21st-century Supra
  235. Tiger Woods could get a larger role in GM advertising:
  236. Red-Hot: Carbon-ceramic brakes could become affordable for enthusiasts
  237. Valeo signs up 'several global automakers' for camless engine:
  238. Ford stamping plant evacuated because of fire
  239. Mercedes-Benz Concept Ocean Drive: Top-of-the-line top-down design study
  240. Feast-and-Famine: Nissan has many new models now, but keeping momentum could be tough
  241. Sneak Peek at the 2008 CTS
  242. Silverado wins Truck of the Year
  243. Saving Shelby: How 'Hot Wheels Amy' Boylan turned Shelby Automobiles around
  244. Gearing Up: Toyota gets ready to steal full-size truck sales
  245. Honda CEO won't let growth engine idle:
  246. Chevy Releases Sneak Peek of 2008 Malibu
  247. Buy a Saab, Drive a Million, Get a Saab Free!
  248. Delphi gets up to $3.4 billion in private equity investment; names new CEO
  249. Missing Jeep Wrangler prompts new vote for truck award:
  250. Ford quashes AutoWeek’s ’Stang sedan report, announces Mustang-based sedan concept fo