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Chevrolet Volt Wins 'Green Car of the Year' at LA Auto Show

Nov 21
An auto industry magazine has named the 2016 Chevrolet Volt its "Green Car of the Year."

Volkswagen Cutting Investments to Present US Engine Fixes

By David Rising and Donogh McCabe | Nov 20
Volkswagen will cut its spending by 1 billion euros ($1.07 billion) next year and "strictly prioritize" investments as it shores up its finances to deal with its emissions-rigging scandal.

Hot Cars at This Year's Los Angeles Auto Show

Nov 19
Automakers are showing off in California because it's a hot market. It leads other states in new vehicle sales, according to IHS Automotive, and sales there are expected to hit their highest level in a decade this year.

Honda Has the Most High Risk Models in Takata Air Bag Recall

By Tom Krisher | Nov 18
Cars and trucks from the 2008 model year or older that were originally sold or registered in high humidity areas along the U.S. Gulf Coast are getting top priority for repairs as the government commences the massive Takata air bag inflator recall.

Lawyer: Driver Helpless to Stop Runaway San Francisco Bus

By Paul Elias | Nov 18
A lawyer representing the driver of the double-decker tourist bus that careened out of control through downtown San Francisco recounted a harrowing tale Tuesday of a "catastrophic" mechanical failure.

No Ticket, No Driver: Police Stop Google Self-Driving Car

Nov 17
A California police officer made a traffic stop but wrote no ticket. There was no one actually driving the car.

Google Antsy as California Slow on Self-Driving Car Rules

By Justin Pritchard | Nov 16
Hustling to bring cars that drive themselves to a road near you, Google finds itself somewhere that has frustrated many before: Waiting on the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Kia Recalls Over 256,000 Souls for Steering Problem

Nov 15
Kia is recalling more than 256,000 Soul compact SUVs in the U.S. because the steering could fail.

Holiday Car Deals Move Earlier: 4 Things to Consider

By Tom Krisher | Nov 15
Car buyers will reap good deals for a longer time, analysts say, as automakers battle to hold or increase their share of what likely will be record U.S. auto sales this year. Savings can run in the thousands of dollars.

Parking Problems? Pay Tickets in Canned Food Instead of Cash

Nov 14
Parking tickets can be paid with donations of canned food instead of cash during a monthlong "Food for Fines" program in Lexington, Kentucky.

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