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  • Feb 27, 2015
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    Of Humvees and Heroes: Aluminum, Steel Do Battle

    A key issue in the aluminum-vs.-steel standoff is strength. Each side is playing the military and, by extension, the patriotism card. The message is that if it’s strong enough to protect soldiers in combat, then it’s strong enough, and safe enough, for you and everybody in your truck....More
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    Mazda to Sell Only Diesel-Powered CUV in Home Market  

    The automaker wants its CX-3 compact SUV to convince Japanese buyers diesel power has become cleaner and quieter while delivering more power than the hybrid engines that prevail in the market....More
  • Feb 26, 2015
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    Subaru Legacy: Judging for 2015 Ward's 10 Best Interiors

    WardsAuto's Tom Murphy shares his thoughts on the Subaru Legacy, a nominee in the 2015 Ward's 10 Best Interiors competition....More
  • Feb 24, 2015
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    WardsAuto

    Canyon vs. Colorado: Judging for 2015 Ward's 10 Best Interiors

    WardsAuto's Tom Murphy shares his thoughts on the new Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon, both nominees in the 2015 Ward's 10 Best Interiors competition....More
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    Samsung SDI Buying Magna's Car-Battery-Pack Branch  

    The electronics affiliate of South Korea's Samsung Electronics already manufactures rechargeable batteries for German automaker BMW's i3 electric vehicles....More
  • Newswire

    Engine-Fire Risk Prompts Mercedes Recall of 147,000 Cars  

    The automaker is recalling midsize sedans and stations from the '13-'15 model years to examine rubber seals in the engine compartment that can fall onto the exhaust system, raising the risk of an under-hood fire....More
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    Airbag Inflator Maker Moves Up Construction Plan  

    Japan-based Daicel moves up its timetable for building a second U.S. plant to early 2016 to meet demand for inflators from sources other than the potentially deadly devices made by Takata....More

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