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    Spain Expands Subsidies for New-Car Purchases  

    The government hopes the scrappage program's increased payouts will spur sales of new cars subject to registration and value-added taxes....More
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    UPDATE 3-GM recalls 1.5 mln cars in China over fuel pump bracket  

    SHANGHAI, Dec 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Co's China joint venture is recalling 1.46 million cars due to a defect with the fuel pump brackets, in one of the largest safety recalls in the world's biggest auto market. The cars are made locally by Shanghai General Motors Co Ltd, GM's venture with SAIC Motor Corp. GM said on Friday the bracket may crack after long-term use and in extreme cases could lead to fuel leaks....More
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    Strickland Stepping Down as NHTSA Administrator  

    Strickland oversaw the recall of more than 2 million Toyota vehicles over sudden-acceleration issues, and led the Obama Admin.'s efforts to persuade automakers to raise fuel-efficiency standards to 54.5 mpg by 2025....More
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    REFILE-Facing gridlock, Jakarta takes aim at cheap, green car drive  

    * President encourages cheap, green cars as good for economy * Jakarta chief increases driving costs to slow demand * City's backlash forces automakers to adjust marketing plans * Jakarta's congested roads cost its economy $2.8 bln/yr By Randy Fabi and Andjarsari Paramaditha...More
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    Consumer Reports Satisfaction Survey Welcome News for Tesla  

    The near-perfect score achieved by the Model S in the magazine's annual owner-satisfaction survey comes amid a just-launched government investigation into the EV's safety....More
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    GM Announces Separate Recalls of '14, '15 Malibus  

    The automaker is recalling nearly 15,000 Malibus from the '13 model year to check for faulty wiring harnesses in power front seats, and 44,406 of the '14 model-year sedans to determine whether their windshield defrosters are defective....More
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    UPDATE 2-VW hit by 2.6 mln vehicle recall focused on China  

    * VW recalls 1.6 mln cars for possible gearbox issues * VW recalls 800,000 Tiguan SUVs for lighting failures * VW recalls 239,000 Amarok pick-up trucks (Adds higher new total of vehicles affected, analyst quote, shares) By Andreas Cremer BERLIN, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Volkswagen is recalling over 2.6 million cars, about a third of them in China, to fix a variety of problems, a blow to a group striving to overtake Toyota and General Motors as the world's biggest carmaker....More
  • Oct 29, 2013

    The Auto Industry’s Existential Threat

    A study by the Transportation Research Board finds that every shared car eliminates 15 privately owned cars. Zip Car alone has removed over 150,000 cars from the road....More
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