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Today's News: August 29, 2016

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August new-car sales drop 2 percent from last year for estimated 17.3 million SAAR, according to Kelley Blue Book

Automotive News: August forecast to produce third monthly U.S. sales dip of 2016

Detroit Free Press: Muscle cars stay strong as others slip

MediaPost: Subaru puts safety first in spots

Forbes: Genesis – An unconventional launch for an impressive all-new luxury brand

The Seattle Times: Lyft’s Logan Green driven to make the world greener, cleaner

24/7 Wall St: Ford’s projected August sales drop more even than Volkswagen’s

Consumer Affairs: New car sales post a slight decline in August

 

KBB.com Editorial

This Week in Car Buying: Muscle car meltdown; Hyundai primes Elantra

2017 GMC Acadia Buyer's Guide

2017 Hyundai Santa Fe Buyer's Guide

The Real Costs of Owning a New Vehicle

AAA Study: Not all automatic braking equal

2017 Honda Accord Hybrid Long-Term Introduction

2015 Lexus RX 350 AWD F Sport Long-Term Update: Facing the future

 

OEM/Vehicle News

Takata says truck carrying airbag inflators exploded; 1 dead, 4 injured

VW scandal casts long showdown on product plans

VW to lower U.S. prices to lift plunging sales

Marchionne pushing for FCA manufacturing revival

Cadillac vows no retreat on Project Pinnacle

Volvo’s XC90 crossover keeps you safe

Tech firm Velodyne moves from audio to self-driving cars

Self-driving vehicles to be produced by 3-D printing

GM adds 2 new choices in Canyon midsize pickup lineup

Picking the best car to travel with your pet

GM recalling about 368,000 vehicles to fix windshield wipers

 

Industry/Dealer News

Could dealers benefit from an ethics code?

Talent shortage stalls buy-sells

 

International Automotive News

Canadian auto workers OK strike at Detroit’s Big Three

 

Ad/Media/Marketing News

Study finds third of native ads fail to comply, perform better than Fed guidelines

Twitter sued over ‘famous’ app


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