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Today's News- October 21, 2014

KBB in the News

 

CBS Radio Detroit: KBB.com’s Jack Nerad on consumers failing to take recalled vehicles in for repairs

 

Los Angeles Times: Faulty air bags prompt massive alert

 

The Detroit News: Toyota recalling 247,000 vehicles for faulty air bags

 

Auto World News: Buyers are ignoring ‘green’ vehicles due to falling gas prices

 

InAutoNews.com: US- minivans are back in fashion, again?

 

 

KBB.com Editorial

 

2015 Chevrolet Colorado: With a new look, new engines and more refinement, the Colorado is set to revitalize the midsize truck segment.

 

2015 Ford F150: The all-new F150, America's best-seller, is more capable, more efficient and quicker than ever.

 

Maserati announces U.S. celebration plans for its 100th Anniversary

 

Chevy teases its 2014 SEMA Show contingent

 

2015 Lexus NX lineup to open at $35,405

 

 

Top News

 

NHTSA urges owners of 4.7M vehicles to take action

 

US agency warns car owners to get air bags fixed

 

Defect in Takata air bags prompts urgent warning to drivers

 

Toyota widens air bag recall, warns passengers

 

Toyota-Honda airbag crisis deepens in blow to safety confidence

 

 

OEM/Vehicle News

 

Tesla courts suppliers to stop bill banning direct sales in Michigan

 

Daimler will shift some Sprinter production to N.A. from Germany

 

2016 Camaro shrinks, moves to Caddy ATS platform

 

Nissan boosts price of top Pathfinder SUV by $1,550

 

 

Industry/Dealer News

 

VinSolutions CRM integrates with vAuto provision

 

CarMax U-turn: returns to AutoTrader and Cars.com

 

Studies: Parents set bad examples for driving teens

 

 

International Automotive News

 

China's 'aggressive' EV ambitions to drive demand for aluminum

 

GM's Wuling plans new assembly plant in Guangxi

 

Chinese officials express concern over indigenous brands

 

 

Ad/Media/Marketing News

 

Ford steers C-Max ads away from mpg

 

Chevy and MLB ran an unusually cool Twitter effort

 

Nissan’s CMO explains how digital is changing the future of car advertising

 

Here’s why automakers are ahead of the game in digital

 

Snapchat ads could change everything

 

 

 

 


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