Today's News

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Today's News: July 31, 2015

KBB in the News

Nearly 80 percent of consumers think vehicle hacking will be a frequent problem in near future, according to new Kelley Blue Book survey names 10 most fuel-efficient luxury cars of 2015

U.S. News & World Report: 5 things to focus on during a new car test drive 10 reasons why Ford Fiesta is the best back-to-school car for your teen driver U.S. auto sales headed higher in July; so are prices

Long Island Press: 2015 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1: supercharged & gorgeous

Dispatch Times: Tesla offers 1st incentive, $1000 to buyers referred by current Editorial

Audi lighting release teases its Frankfurt concept

2017 Jaguar F-Pace in grueling tests

ZF Advanced Urban Vehicle: City driving simplified


OEM/Vehicle News

Honda profit up 20 percent as robust U.S. sales, weak yen offset quality costs

Maserati’s profits will recover with Levante SUV, Marchionne says

Toyota picks this little-known company over Apple, Google

Daimler tracked 146 electric cars for more than 620,000 miles. Here’s what it found out.


Industry/Dealer News

Hack Jeep Cherokee exposes weak underbelly of high-tech cars

U.S. won’t mandate tech fix to prevent hot car deaths

Dealers willing to pay more for quality loan services

As Americans figure out the roundabout, it spreads across the U.S.


International Automotive News

Spain fines automakers for anti-competitive practices

Fiat Chrysler, Australia ex-CEO lock horns in court dispute over spending

BMW revamps China marketing to focus less on status


Ad/Media/Marketing News

VW diesel ad campaign gets sassy and Lexus make music on a runway with frickin’ lasers

Future automotive sales to be driven by digital retail tactics: report

Next year will be the ‘year of’ mobile: for video, anyway



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