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The Hyundai Sonata sedan, poised to set a new U.S. sales record this year, feels like a more premium car for 2015 and adds interior room, improved ride, more standard equipment and new, luxury-car features.
Volkswagen has joined the hydrogen fuel cell movement.
Wolfgang Durheimer, president and chief executive officer at Bentley Motors, talks about competition in the luxury auto industry as they unveil the new Bentley Grand Convertible and prepare to release an SUV.
New hybrid models will be in short supply at this week’s Los Angeles Auto Show — one sign that the technology is still struggling to break out of its green-car niche.
DETROIT (AP) - Toyota is recalling nearly 423,000 Lexus luxury brand cars in the U.S. to fix fuel leaks that can cause fires.
The Frontier also continues to be an excellent performer both on and off the road, with a long list of optional features that can dress them up for city life or make them as tough as necessary for serious trail driving.
The brand’s first dealer in the U.S. in 1954 was — appropriately — Luigi Chinetti, a three-time winner of LeMans for Ferrari, who opened a storefront dealership in New York.
The collectors resolved to find the missing parts, restore the car to its original glory and sell it for a profit.
For this year, Durango is sharper looking than ever, with its rugged front end and squinty, mischievous looking headlamps and all-new “racetrack” tail lights that span the rear like its racy cousin, the Charger.
DETROIT (AP) - Volkswagen is recalling 442,000 Jettas and Beetles to fix a problem that can cause rear suspension failure if the cars aren't fixed properly after a crash.

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