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The idea of a big, rear-drive Buick sedan could be revived if GM decides to hand the Cadillac CT6's Omega platform to the near-luxury brand.

Ford's F-Series Sells Best, But Not In All States

We know the Ford F-Series is the best-selling vehicle in the US, but have you ever wondered what cars sell the best in which states? Click here to find out.

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Cars from General Motors are having steering issues, but neither the company nor governmental safety regulators, see a point in issuing a recall.

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The GM Ignition Compensation Claims Resolution Facility continues its weekly release of deaths and injuries caused by the automaker's bad ignition switch. In the latest tally, it records 84 deaths and a total of 157 people harmed.

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NHTSA is closing a four-year investigation into possible brake line corrosion in GM trucks in snowy states with a common-sense safety advisory to all drivers. If you live in an area that uses salt on the roads, keep your vehicle's undercarriage clean.

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Catching Up With The General's Product Czar

We sit down with General Motors executive vice president Mark Reuss to get the lowdown on all things product. He's optimistic about the 2016 Chevy Malibu and Cadillac CT6, and he thinks the ATS-V will "flame the M3 and M4." And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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Renault Delivers 45 EVs To Hennessy

Hennessy Cognac goes green with Renault EV fleet. GM earns two Energy Star awards from the EPA. The Ram 1500 EcoDiesel earns Truck of the Year award at the Denver Auto Show.

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The government bailout of General Motors is over. The Canadian finance minister has announced plans to sell the country's final 73.4 million shares of GM to Goldman Sachs.

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GM Has Promised A Lot In The Past, But Delivering Has Proven To Be Another Story

EV expert Chelsea Sexton takes a look at the history of plug-in vehicles at GM, and finds that the company could've been a contender for true leadership.

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A sporty version of the Subaru Forester that isn't coming to the United States, more confirmed deaths from the GM ignition switch recall and a touching story of how a car can save a marriage made headlines on Monday, April 6, 2015.

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More Than 1,200 Claims Still Under Review

At least 80 motorists have been killed by defective General Motors ignition switches, according to figures released by the administrator in charge of compensating victims.

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Plus: Quick Hits On The Chevy Malibu, Subaru's STI Plans, Volkswagen's CC And More

We curate news and notes from the floor of the New York Auto Show, with a focus on how the Continental name inspired Lincoln's designers.

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Cadillac has $12 billion to spend over the next five years to revitalize its brand and model line with new products and a new image. Boss Johan de Nysschen has an idea of just what the company needs.

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Midsize Sedan Debuts At New York Auto Show

Chevrolet has redesigned the Malibu in a bid to recapture some the success of its iconic predecessors. It debuts at the New York Auto Show.

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Auto parts supplier Bosch has agreed to pay a $57.8 million criminal fine to the Department of Justice for bid rigging and price fixing of spark plugs, oxygen sensors and starter motors.

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A study of labor costs among foreign automakers in the US shows a ten-dollar gap between the per-hour rates of the domestics and the imports. The difference between the Detroit 3 and their import competition equates to $250 more in labor costs per car for the domestics.

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Fortune's new World's Greatest Leaders list includes a few automotive bosses. GM CEO Mary Barra and Tesla boss Elon Musk are mixed in with people like Pope Francis and Apple leader Tim Cook.

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Plus: Notes On The 2016 Chevy Malibu Hybrid, GM's Plans For Mexico And The Lincoln Continental

We curate the week's events with a focus on Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear. Plus, other news and notes from around the car world.

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In the latest tally released by the General Motors Ignition Compensation Claims Resolution Facility, the number of cases offered compensation for fatalities has risen to 74 people. There have also been 126 injuries linked to the automaker's faulty part.

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The UAW is preparing its negotiation position with carmakers later this year. Its primary objective will be the elimination of the two-tier wage system created in 2007 to help the automakers through bankruptcy, but that position "is a non-starter" for the car companies.

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Plus: Notes On The Jeep Chief, Scion's New York Plans And The Cadillac CT6's Powerful New Engines

We curate the week's events with a focus on General Motors' dramatic scale back in Russia. Plus, other news and notes from around the car world.

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