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Ford Recall: 435,000 Cars and SUVs Recalled for Rust, Faulty Seats

Ford is recalling two groups of vehicles over rust problems and non-compliant backseat frames; almost 435,000 vehicles are included in the Ford recall. More 

General Motors Stock Is Stalled (GM)

General Motors is struggling with earnings and sales growth problems, while battling quality problems, too. It all makes for problems for General Motors stock More 

Auto Recall: 867K Jeep Grand Cherokee, Dodge Durango SUVs Recalled for Brake Defect

In the latest auto recall, Chrysler is recalling more than 850,000 sports utility vehicles over possible problems with their braking systems. More 

NHTSA: All New Cars Must Have Backup Cameras

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says all cars built after May 2018 must have backup visibility systems as standard equipment. More 

GM to Recall 1.3M More Vehicles for Steering Glitch

General Motors has recalled more than one million older Chevy, Pontiac and Saturn cars over defective power steering systems in the latest GM recall. More 

Aston Martin, Daimler in Talks for Luxury SUV

Daimler AG and Aston Martin are reportedly talking about a possible partnership to provide technology for an Aston Martin sports utility vehicle. More 

F: Ford to Invest $500M, Add 300 Jobs in Ohio

Ford will spend $500 million to start producing new 2.7-liter EcoBoost engines at its Lima, Ohio, production plant, adding 300 jobs at the facility. More 

TSLA: Tesla Installs New Battery Shields to Prevent Fires

Tesla Motors' CEO says it will install shields to better protect car batteries from road debris impacts, sending TSLA shares higher. More 

TSLA: Tesla to Get OK for Direct Sales in Arizona

The Arizona senate has approved a measure that allows Tesla Motors to sell its electric vehicles directly to consumers in the state. More 

Toyota Settlement: TM to Pay $1.2B in Criminal Probe

A Toyota settlement with federal regulators will see the automaker admit making misleading statements about vehicle safety and pay $1.2 billion. More