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Today's News: February 10, 2016

KBB in the News

2016 5-Year Cost to Own Award Winners announced by Kelley Blue Book

The Verge: The computer in Google’s self-driving car can be considered the driver, US says

Bloomberg: Google’s self-driving car software considered a driver by U.S. agency

Reuters: In boost to self-driving cars, U.S. tells Google computers can qualify as drivers

International Business Times: Google’s driverless car effort gets green light as US government says robots qualify as drivers

MarketWatch: Did the feds just pave a legal path for self-driving cars?

Forbes: 2017 Hyundai Elantra: Upgraded refinement, safety and technology at a downgraded price

MediaPost: GM, KBB partner on CPO vehicle portal

CBS Detroit (WWJ-AM) Detroit, Mich.: Karl Brauer of Kelley Blue Book discusses Fiat Chrysler’s shift lever issues

The Detroit Bureau:: Google gets major endorsement from NHTSA for autonomous test program

GO Banking Rates: 7 steps you need to take before buying a car in Dallas

 

KBB.com Editorial

2016 Subaru Crosstrek Special Edition is ready in red

Subaru XV Concept teased for Geneva

2016 Ferrari GTC4Lusso unveiled

2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder: Is this the Boxster for you?

 

OEM/Vehicle News

Daimler, VW recall 1.5 million vehicles in U.S. over airbag worries

Feds expand shifter probe of 856,000 Fiat Chrysler SUVs

GM recalling 437,000 SUVs, pickups in North America for brake pedal problems

Nissan net profit jumped 25% in third quarter

Pickups, utility vehicles to star at Chicago Auto Show

 

Industry/Dealer News

Off-lease creates big ‘opportunity’ for CPO

 

International Automotive News

Renault will launch Koleos successor in Europe this year

The age of automaker consolidation finally reaches Japan

 

Ad/Media/Marketing News

Why Jeep ran a vertical ad on the Super Bowl with 112 million watching horizontal screens

What marketers should know about Twitter’s new algorithmic ‘catch-up’ feed

 


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