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  • Auto sales fall in September

    Auto sales fall in September
    U.S. monthly auto sales declined in September for the first time in more than two years, in part because of a calendar quirk that landed Labor Day weekend sales in the August report. Automakers sold a little more than 1.1 million vehicles last month,...
  • U.S. trails in building fueling stations for hydrogen-powered cars

    U.S. trails in building fueling stations for hydrogen-powered cars
    Hyundai Motor Co. rolled out the first 15 of its hydrogen-powered ix35 sport utility vehicles headed to  Copenhagen this week. But part of the news for U.S. drivers interested in the technology was the fact that the event was in Europe and not here. The...
  • Hyundai, Kia pay up for inflated mpg claims: How to get your money

    Hyundai, Kia pay up for inflated mpg claims: How to get your money
    Busted. The EPA announced Friday that Hyundai Motor America and Kia Motors America had overstated the fuel economy rating on nearly a million vehicles made from 2011-13. In a statement issued Friday, Hyundai blamed the discrepancy on "procedural errors"...
  • Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach to get donation for bus

    Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach to get donation for bus
    Times are tough at the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach. In November, the museum said it had laid off its chief curator and slashed its operating budget by nearly 15% to cope with a downturn in donations. On Thursday, the museum will...
  • Toyota and Honda miss auto industry's November sales wave

     
    Toyota and Honda November auto sales lagged rest of the industry....
  • Car buyers paid more in May

     
    Consumers proved to be the biggest losers in the U.S. auto market last month, according to auto information company Edmunds.com. They paid more and had fewer choices, Edmunds said. On average, a vehicle buyer in May paid about $180 more......
  • Detroit Auto Show: Hyundai innovates with its new Veloster

     
    Hyundai introduced its Veloster three-door coupe at the Detroit Auto Show on Monday. Designed with a passenger-side, forward-hinged rear door to enable functionality similar to a hatchback, the Veloster is a sort of utility coupe targeting...
  • Hyundai Equus starts at $58,000

     
    Hyundai Motor America on Tuesday said that its new Equus luxury sedan will cost $58,000, or $64,500, when it goes on sale in December, depending on the trim level. The Equus, which Hyundai wants to compete with expensive luxury sedans......
  • Honda wins green-automaker award

     
    The Union of Concerned Scientists has awarded American Honda Motor Co. its fifth consecutive “Greenest Automaker” title for efforts to reduce carbon emissions from cars. Honda, which produces a natural-gas-powered Civic and several hybrid vehicles,...
  • Honda bests Toyota, and all of Detroit, in green automaker award

     
    American Honda Motor Co. received top honors in the Union of Concerned Scientists' annual rating of "green" automakers, for the fifth time in a row. This might come as a surprise to Prius owners, whose image of Toyota is tinted......
  • 2011 Kia Optima drives toward top of its class

    2011 Kia Optima drives toward top of its class
    You know you like a car when the only thing you would change is the hard, uncomfortable seats. Automobiles are the amalgamation of thousands of parts designed and created by hundreds of individuals. Each piece provides an opportunity for the car to...