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Today's News: September 1, 2016

KBB in the News

New-car transaction prices continue to climb despite slowing sales, according to Kelley Blue Book

USA TODAY: GM, Ford sales fall as U.S. autos cool off

Associated Press (AP): Volkswagen stakes hopes of US sales revival on new SUV

Reuters: Ford, GM report sales declines

Reuters: August U.S. auto sales seen falling about 3 percent

NBC News: Google takes on Uber, expands Waze to include carpooling

CNBC: Labor Day car shoppers: Line up financing first

Financial Times: Ford auto sales fall more than expected

Detroit Free Press: GM sales fell 5.2% in August – fewer incentives, fleet sales

The Detroit News: GM’s August sales down 5.2%; Ford falls 8.4% Editorial

GM Fuel Cell Pickup Teased

2017 Nissan Versa Sedan: Same price, new model added

Taking the Risk out of Gap Insurance

2017 Chevrolet Colorado: New V6 and 8-speed automatic added

2017 GMC Canyon: New Denali, All Terrain X package

2017 Ford Fusion V-6 Sport First Review

2016 Honda HR-V Long-Term Wrap-up

2017 Buick LaCrosse: A properly quiet, comfortable and roomy Buick sedan, the totally redesigned LaCrosse is also stylish, contemporary and tech-savvy.


OEM/Vehicle News

Tesla looks to upgrade controversial Autopilot, raise more cash

Mazda says to recall 2.3 million vehicles worldwide

BMW first to sell CarPlay as a standalone service

Ford teams up with the Dallas Cowboys on limited-edition F-150


Industry/Dealer News

Nvidia partners with Baidu to build a self-driving car AI

NHTSA proposes digital recall notices to increase repair rates

Sen. Mike Kowall describes autonomous vehicle bills


International Automotive News

Germany accuses Fiat of using illegal emissions device: government documents

French car sales rise nearly 7% in August

Australia sues Volkswagen over alleged emissions fraud


Ad/Media/Marketing News

Pinterest improves targeting for advertisers

Social influencer campaigns 11x more impactful than digital advertising: TapInfluence


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