Today's News- October 20, 2014
KBB in the News
Bloomberg TV: KBB.com’s Karl Brauer talks car buying do’s and don’ts
Bloomberg Businessweek: Honda death probed as homicide adds to air bag scrutiny
Forbes: 2015 Kia Sedona- Can Kia make the minivan cool?
The Detroit News: Jeep's Cherokee is carving its niche among SUVs
The Detroit News: Kia scores LeBron James as new ‘luxury ambassador’
Automotive News: Falling gasoline prices make alternative-fuel vehicles a tougher sell
Orange County Business Journal: Kia signs LeBron James as new brand ambassador
WardsAuto.com: Guys like car haggling more, but do they get better deals?
News-press.com: New used car business has sights on national market
InAutoNews.com: Cherokee sales show Jeep was spot on
2015 Honda Civic: Reliable, comfortable and safe, the Civic remains the act to beat with a model to meet almost any demand.
2015 Honda CR-V: The 2015 Honda CR-V still bests the competition, with attractive new styling, appealing features and noteworthy technology.
BMW X Models mark 15th birthday with a promise of more to come
Kia Soul EV Smitten Concept set for SEMA Show
Tesla directs consumers to take a direct message to Michigan’s governor
Tesla's sales limits in Michigan tightened by one word of law
Michigan weighs whether to bar Tesla
Toyota recalls 247,000 vehicles in U.S. over Takata airbags
Embattled GM chief counsel Millikin retires early
Tesla anger: recent Model S buyers cry foul over new features
Porsche could hit 50,000 goal three years ahead of schedule
Acura prepping “substantially new” ILX for 2016
AutoTrader.com extends partnership with NBA and Turner Sports
3 recalls add over 1M units to record annual total
Cash incentives impacting new & used markets
CarMax's U-turn: A return to Web leads
Cadillac dealers feel the heat
NHTSA issues alert for nearly 5 million vehicles, urges 'immediate action'
International Automotive News
Tesla starts Model S sales on Alibaba’s online mall in China
China plays critical role in GM’s intelligent vehicle development
Why Audi, BMW and Mercedes have unshakable grip on luxury market
China's BYD beats Renault, Nissan in Brussels electric taxi bid