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Today's News- August 29, 2014

KBB in the News


24/7 Wall St: Chrysler sales surge in August


MSN Autos: Top 20 used cars in the U.S.


The Houston Chronicle: 10 most comfortable cars under $30K


Consumer Affairs: Consumers pay more for new cars but enjoy them less


The Stock Market Watch: automaker recalls have dented the rental car industry’s bottom line


WCPO Cincinati: Labor Day car deals- bargain or bust? Brand new car will sell for $6,800 Markets reverse early morning losses; still lower on the day


Bottom Line Publications: Sedans aren’t boring anymore!



Top News


First 2015 Mustang rolls off line


First Ford 2015 Mustang rolls off line in Flat Rock


Fiat clears merger hurdle as withdrawals are below cap


Fiat shareholder tally shows Chrysler merger approved



OEM/Vehicle News


Ford wins dismissal in U.S. of claims it aided apartheid


Toyota’s not just moving to Texas; it’s beefing up in Michigan



Industry/Dealer News


Webb explains why auto loan application info differs from overall debt trends


New No. 1 reason women buy from dealerships


Are the world’s cars on the cusp of going solar?


Voice recognition is the #1 problem for new car buyers



International Automotive News


Tesla Motors, China Unicom to build EV charging stations


GM plans to move some Chevy Equinox assembly to Mexico, report says


VW Group sales in China rise 16% in July


India fines 14 carmakers for overpricing spare parts



Ad/Media/Marketing News


Toyota leverages mobile to target in-market local car shoppers


Twitter offers analytics dashboard for all




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