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Resignations and pay cuts happening at executive level in Japan.

Suzuki executives are either stepping down, taking a pay cut, or not stepping into CEO position after the admission that the company lied about mpg numbers.

Following the Mitsubishi scandal that prompted a merger with Nissan, Suzuki admits to using improper tests for fuel consumption.

"Mark it zero!"

Models by Hyundai, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra and Renault reached clean zero results.

Suzuki and Volkswagen have officially ended their partnership after a new settlement resolved the final dispute.

An analyst predicts the Japanese auto industry could consolidate down to three major players by 2020. Companies may need to unite to overcome the obstacle of higher research and development costs.

The rider was running from police at the time of the accident.

A motorcycle rider in San Diego is lucky to be alive after leading police on a high-speed chase that ended when the bike collided with a car at over 100 mph.

From the Sears Allstate to the Suzuki Equator, Plenty of Puzzling Badge Engineering

When GM sold the Isuzu Faster pickup as a Chevy Luv, that made sense. But what sort of madness leads to the Lancia Voyager?

Sometimes the key to getting a good value is hitting 'em where they ain't. Millions of cars from dead brands offer that unique opportunity.

Suzuki is rollin' deep into the Tokyo Auto Salon next month with the sporty Ignis Water Activity, rugged Hustler Rough Road Style, and racy Alto Works GP concepts.

There's a small part of us that wants Suzuki to come back to America, and bring with it enticing little hatchbacks like the new turbocharged Alto Works you see here.

Weekly Recap For 10.30.15

Consumer Reports pulls its Tesla recommendation, the U.S. Copyright Office offers a ruling affecting car owners, VW gets hit hard with third-quarter losses, and lots of exciting news from Tokyo. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.

A Look At Concepts From Mazda, Yamaha, Subaru And Suzuki

The 44th Tokyo Motor Show is here with plenty of exciting new car reveals and lots of tech-heavy concept vehicles. Autoblog's Chris McGraw reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute, with commentary from Autoblog's Managing editor, Steven Ewing.

Mighty Deck, Air Triser, And Ignis Trail Take The Stage

Suzuki has taken the occasion of the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show to present a trio of conceptual oddities in the Mighty Deck off-roader, Air Triser microvan, and Ignis Trail soft-road hatchback concepts.

Ignis Trail, Mighty Deck And Air Triser Concepts Make Web Debut

Suzuki understands how to make a tiny car look cool, showing off a whole slew of concepts for the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show at the end of October.

Steve Sutcliffe gets in an Ariel Nomad to challenge motorosser Graeme Irwin at the Sweet Lamb Rally Center in Wales. The result is this video, and it's definitely worth watching.

The world record for the fastest wheelie ever was broken last week in a British racing event by Gary Rothwell.

NHTSA has sent letters to seven automakers, including VW and Tesla, asking which of their models contain Takata airbag inflators with ammonium nitrate propellant. The agency is considering a further expansion of the recall.

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