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Toyota Recalls Vehicles in Japan, Europe for Air Bag Defect

By Yuri Kageyama | Nov 28
Toyota Motor Corp. is recalling 1.6 million vehicles for defective air bags supplied by embattled Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp.

Michigan, Fiat Chrysler Reach Deal on Tax Credits

By David Eggert | Nov 27
Fiat Chrysler will have to spend an additional $1 billion on Michigan facilities over 15 years to qualify for $1.9 billion in business tax credits under an agreement approved Tuesday by the state's economic development board.

Ford Stops Using Takata Air Bag Inflators in Future Vehicles

By Tom Krisher | Nov 26
Ford Motor Co. will not be using air bag inflators made by Takata Corp. in future vehicles, another blow to the troubled Japanese parts supplier as the auto industry continues to shun its product.

Report Exposes 50 Worst Traffic Bottlenecks in U.S.

Nov 25
The government reports 40 percent of road delays are the result of recurring bottlenecks

EPA Says VW Cheating Software Is On More Vehicles

By Tom Krisher and Michael Biesecker | Nov 24
Volkswagen's emissions cheating scandal widened Friday after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said the German automaker used software to cheat on pollution tests on more six-cylinder diesel vehicles than originally thought.

Tesla Recalling All Model S Sedans for Seat Belt Issue

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Nov 23
Tesla Motors is recalling its entire fleet of Model S sedans to check their front seat belts after one passenger's seat belt became disconnected.

VW Has Only A Few Costly Options to Fix Polluting Diesels

By Tom Krisher | Nov 22
When Volkswagen submits a plan to fix emissions-cheating diesel engines on Friday, it will have only two options for most of the cars.

Hyundai Recalls Nearly 305K Cars for Brake Light Problem

Nov 21
Hyundai is recalling nearly 305,000 Sonata midsize cars because the brake lights can stay on when the driver isn't stopping.

Chevrolet Volt Wins 'Green Car of the Year' at LA Auto Show

Nov 21
An auto industry magazine has named the 2016 Chevrolet Volt its "Green Car of the Year."

Volkswagen Cutting Investments to Present US Engine Fixes

By David Rising and Donogh McCabe | Nov 20
Volkswagen will cut its spending by 1 billion euros ($1.07 billion) next year and "strictly prioritize" investments as it shores up its finances to deal with its emissions-rigging scandal.

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