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  • Japanese Automakers Team Up To Build Better Transmissions
    20 Jun 2018

    As the automotive industry becomes more global, automakers try to be competitive through any means possible. Some companies are very particular about which suppliers they use, others have decided to join their efforts to simplify and improve their products. Automotive News Europe reports that Japanese car makers are following suit to develop their own new transmission technology.  The country’s nine automakers, including Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota, and others, will partner with the country’s two largest transmission suppliers to jointly develop next-generation t...

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  • Toyota's profit increased 43%
    09 May 2018

    The profit of the Japanese automaker- Toyota has increased 43% in the latest quarter as cost-cutting, lower selling outlays and falling warranty expenses offset unfavorable foreign exchange rates and helped the automaker to have a record full-year net income.Operating profit rose to 629.6 billion yen ($5.93 billion) in the carmaker’s fiscal fourth quarter ended March 31, while net income advanced 21 percent to 480.8 billion yen ($4.53 billion). Revenue rose 1.9 percent to 7.58 trillion yen ($71.36 billion). Global retail sales increased 2.2 percent to 2.6 million vehicles in the January-...

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  • Nissan will gradually withdraw from diesel car market in Europe
    07 May 2018

    Japanese car manufacturer Nissan will gradually lower the number of diesel cars that it sells in Europe reducing it to zero. This is a further sign of the weakening demand for this type of cars as customers worry about tax rises, bans, and restrictions related to diesel in many countries.  A spokeswoman from Nissan said that there would be a gradual withdrawal of diesel vehicles in Europe. A source last month had said that Nissan would cut hundreds of jobs at its Sunderland plant, which is Britain’s biggest car factory. The car making industry is facing a global regulatory crac...

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  • April car sales slow down as consumer demand continued to weaken
    01 May 2018

    As consumer demand continued to weaken, the most powerful automakers have revealed their car sales for April 2018, and the results weren’t as good as expected. Auto sales have been on a bit of a roller coaster ride this year, with a weak performance in February followed by a jump in sales for some automakers in March.Ford Motor posted a 4.7-percent decline in sales, with retail sales to consumers down 2.6 percent. The No. 2 U.S. automaker said sales of its popular pickup trucks were up 0.9 percent, but SUV and passenger car sales were down 4.6 percent and 15 percent respectively.Nis...

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  • The "Dog Tested. Dog Approved" ad campaign is back
    23 Jan 2018

    The Barkleys are back in Subaru's "Dog Tested. Dog Approved" ad campaign. The Japanese automaker aired four TV spots featuring the family of Labrador and golden retrievers Sunday night during the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Two spots showcased the 2019 Subaru Ascent three-row crossover.   The 30-second commercials, titled "Driving Lesson," "Drop Off," "Car Wash" and "Drive Away," feature the Barkleys providing humorous spins on situations in which families find themselves. In "Driving Lesson," one of the puppies gets dis...

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