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Airbag fix deadlier than problem?

This is one fix for recalled vehicles that might be more deadly than the problem.

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Honda, Takata sued over exploding airbags

Honda Motor and its airbag supplier Takata have been hit by a federal lawsuit over defective airbags that can explode and send shards of metal into passengers.

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Ferrari to split with parent company, Fiat Chrysler

Ferrari will split with its parent company, Fiat Chrysler, and investors will soon be able to buy shares in the iconic sports car maker.

Fiat Chrysler announced the news Wednesday, saying Ferrari will be listed in the U.S. and possibly on a European e...

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566,000 Dodges and Jeeps recalled

Potential for a fuel leak and fire, as well as a separate issue impacting vehicle stability systems, are behind two Dodge and Jeep recalls Wednesday morning.

Fiat Chrysler said the fuel heater assembly used in certain 2010-2014 model year Dodge Ram d...

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General Motors

GM's new Volt to be faster, more efficient

General Motors' second-generation Volt will have more electric range, better performance and, GM promises, it will be even more enjoyable to drive.

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Tesla Motors, Inc.

Save up to 25% on a Tesla lease

You can now lease a Tesla for less -- as much as 25 percent less.

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Toyota cuts stake in Tesla

Toyota has sold some of its stake in Tesla, joining Daimler in unloading shares of the electric car maker.

A Toyota spokesman said the company would not be releasing further details about the transaction, including how much it made on the sale and the...

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Ferrari's invitation-only supercar

Gather round and get ready to drool at one of the most exclusive vehicles in the world.

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Airbag recall could expand

More cars could soon join the list of recalls over exploding airbags, a senior administration official told CNN Friday.

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Honda CEO takes $47,000 pay cut over recalls

Honda's CEO is taking a 20% pay cut for three months amid the company's a growing recall problem.

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