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Automobile musings from an asphalt junkie

May 30, 2011
"CarCast" host Adam Carolla discusses why he thinks used cars are the way to go and offers his thoughts on a certain public radio car talk show.
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Feds unveil new fuel economy labels

May 25, 2011
Now consumers can compare, say, a hybrid with a regular gas-powered car. And see how much fuel or electricity it takes to drive 100 miles.
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Ford may try to capitalize on Toyota's weakness

May 24, 2011
A panel created to review Toyota's operations released a report criticizing the company's lack of global oversight after millions of safety recalls. And Ford Motor said it will try to sell more cars in the Japanese domestic market.
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Volkswagen returns to the U.S. to build cars

May 24, 2011
VW opens a $1 billion plant in Chattanooga, as it seeks to triple U.S. sales and outsell GM and Toyota globally.
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Volkswagen opens Tennessee plant tomorrow

May 23, 2011
The Chattanooga plant will open its doors tomorrow, bringing nearly 2,000 new jobs to Tennessee, but with employees receiving less in wages and benefits than from U.S. carmakers.
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Chrysler expected to replay government loans next week

May 19, 2011
The automaker is expected to announce today that it has reached a deal to refinance its debt. Chrysler is expected to repay the $7.5 billion in government loans early next week.
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Chrysler nears deal to repay bailouts

May 19, 2011
The automaker plans to pay back the $6 billion in U.S. government loans by May 24 to strengthen the automaker's financial position.
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The changing landscape of the auto industry

May 18, 2011
In the past decade, changes in technology and materials in the auto industry have led to a shift in the kinds of jobs available in the sector.
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Toyota profit drops 77% after earthquake, tsunami

May 11, 2011
The world's largest car marker said its fourth-quarter profit slumped 77 percent after the devastating earthquake in Japan halted production.
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Breaking down the 'Brave New World' for automakers

May 3, 2011
For the first time in nearly seven years, Detroit's Big Three carmakers are all reporting a profit, despite supply chain disruptions.
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