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  • Car brands should make emergency auto braking standard
    29 Dec 2017

    The data related to the number of cars sold in 2017 that featured automatic emergency braking systems wasn't especially surprising, but one truth seems to emerge: they are, perhaps obviously, far more common in brands that provide auto braking as standard equipment across the bulk of a model's trim lineup. If it's an option, and especially if it's restricted to a package exclusive to an upper trim level, people will skip it.   Toyota sold the largest number of vehicles with automatic braking – 1.4 million cars out of 2.5 total – which is indicative of the ...

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  • Infiniti to give itself a bigger boost with a new technology-laden SUV
    30 Nov 2017

    Although Infiniti is already one of the fastest growing luxury car brands, it aims to give itself a bigger boost with a technology-laden crossover that one executive calls the most important vehicle in the brand’s history. The redesigned QX50, scheduled to reach dealerships in the first quarter of 2018, is the world’s first production car with a variable-compression engine, using technology that Nissan Motor Co. has been working on for about 20 years.   The 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbo increases the vehicle’s fuel economy to a combined rating of 27 mpg for the fro...

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  • Here's why you must consider shopping for a car on Black Friday
    21 Nov 2017

    As we know people are waiting for the Black Friday deals a lot, they have already planned how they visit the malls and shop for everything needed there, but one thing they did not plan is visiting also auto dealerships for new car purchases and car auctions like RepoKar Auto Auction for buying used cars for great prices.   The four-day Thanksgiving weekend is one of those holidays — along with Memorial Day, Labor Day and the Fourth of July — when auto dealers typically sweeten deals to draw out buyers. This week, it could be even better than ...

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  • GM will match supply with demand, and we know how
    23 Oct 2017

    General Motors might have cut more than 6,000 jobs this year, but it still might need to further shrink its manufacturing operations to address bloated inventories of some vehicles amid plateauing U.S. sales and pressure from Wall Street to avoid overproduction. The majority of GM's U.S. assembly plants, including some where a shift already has been eliminated, produce vehicles that on average have at least an 80-day supply, 33 percent more than what the industry generally considers healthy. GM has at least seven U.S. assembly plants that on average produced vehicles with greater than...

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  • Technology can always fail, but so can humans
    13 Oct 2017

    As car accidents go, it wasn't much: Twelve minutes before noon on a cool June day, a Chevrolet Bolt was rear ended as it crawled from a stop light in downtown San Francisco. What made this fender bender noteworthy was the Bolt's driver: a computer.  In California, where companies such as Cruise Automation Inc. and Waymo are ramping up testing of self-driving cars, human drivers keep running into them in low-speed fender benders. The run-ins highlight an emerging culture clash between humans who often treat traffic laws as guidelines and autonomous cars that refuse to roll th...

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