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KickingTiresEver wonder what happened to events in the auto industry that were supposed to occur but didn't? You might have seen a news story on a site like ours of a promise by an automaker that sounded legitimate with lots......
KickingTiresLos Angeles-based start-up Coda announced today that it is declaring Chapter 11 bankruptcy and pulling the plug on its electric vehicle. The news echoes other recent high-profile struggles for EV start-ups like Aptera and perhaps most notably Fisker,...
KickingTiresThe travails continue for Anaheim, Calif.-based Fisker. Executives at the struggling plug-in-vehicle maker met with Congress Wednesday, and new details emerged on Fisker's government dealings. It goes like this. The U.S. Department of Energy approved $529...
KickingTiresStart-up plug-in car company Fisker Automotive may have started in Anaheim, Calif., but the troubled automaker's operations could be moving to China. According to USA Today, Fisker is interested in selling a controlling stake of the company, and an...
KickingTiresSuzuki filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in California today for its U.S. automobile operations. American Suzuki Motor Corporation will stop marketing and selling cars in the U.S. while focusing on its motorcycle, ATV and marine portfolios. Suzuki...
KickingTiresCustomer satisfaction for the automotive industry is at its highest point in about 20 years, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index, as reported by USA Today. The automotive industry ranked 84 out of 100, tying its best-ever rank in......
KickingTiresIt seems the Chrysler brand has been in an awkward marketing position for decades. The brand, which share's its name with its corporate owner, has tried to present itself as a stylish, almost premium brand ever since Celine Dion sang......
KickingTiresCurrently, there's no law mandating rental car agencies fix recalled cars in their fleet. Pressure on the industry to put customers' safety first has been mounting, however, and it looks like an agreement has been reached. USA Today is reporting......
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsHere's an idea for the Boy Scouts: Stage the next national jamboree at Chick-fil-A. The two outfits seem to be on the same backward page when it comes to equal rights for gays. Disappointing to me, since I'm an Eagle......
KickingTiresGM entered the month of July with more than five months??? worth of pickup trucks at its Chevy and GMC dealerships. That's the most the company has held since April 2009, Bloomberg News reported today. GM says its building up......
KickingTiresOnetime Saab owner Spyker filed a $3 billion lawsuit against GM for blocking the sale of the Swedish automaker to Chinese companies Pang Da Automobile Trade and Zhejiang Youngman Lotus Automobile last December, Reuters reports. Spyker contends GM "had...
KickingTiresLegislation has been introduced in Congress that would require rental car companies to not rent or sell unrepaired recalled vehicles, according to the Detroit News. As the law stands now, rental car companies ??? which sell, rent and buy millions......
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