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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    J.D. Power Initial Quality Study analysis When I bought my first new car, back in 1973, I'd been warned by friends to expect a good half dozen defects that would need to be straightened out by the dealer. It turned out there were only five, I quickly counted, before taking my little sedan back ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Remember the UAW? Remember the UAW? As with dial phones, phonograph records and the Beatles, those under 40 who aren't deeply entrenched in the automotive industry may find themselves staring blankly at those three letters. There was a time when everyone in America knew the United Auto Workers ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Ford Fixes Powertrains – But Faces Platform Challenges Ford is betting big on batteries. During a news conference at its Rawsonville assembly plant, the automaker updated plans to put at least five electric vehicles into production over the next couple years, including both battery-electric ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Buick Back? Later this month I'll be heading out to San Diego to get my first ride in the new Buick Regal. It's a trip I'm looking forward to, something I couldn't have said about most of the Buick product previews I've attended over the course of my 30 years on the auto beat. Let's face it: ...

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    The DetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Betting on small cars... My friend, Sam, is your classic Texan. Big home, big pool, big personality and, of course, a big car, a Chevrolet Silverado pickup that he uses a couple times a year to haul lumber and yard supplies from the local mega-mart. But most of the time he's sitting in Dallas ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Toyota conspiracy theorists have it wrong We're becoming a nation of conspiracy addicts. It's not just the shots fired at the Kennedy motorcade from the grassy knoll in Dallas. These days it seems just about everything is up for some wide-eyed explanation, often pointing to some wicked government ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Return of the Wagon...? We all have our favorite memories from childhood, and one of mine was piling into the back of the family station wagon, along with a passel of friends, to head to the Jersey Shore for my eighth birthday. Growing up as part of the "Leave it to Beaver" generation, the wagon ...

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    TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Toyota Crisis Likely to Trigger Change Across the Auto Industry Don't be surprised to see yet another recall or two from Toyota in the coming weeks. Among other things, the embattled automaker may reveal a fix for unexpected stalling involving hundreds of thousands of recent Corolla and Matrix ...

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    TheDetroitBureau on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    Q&A: Toyota Division General Manager Bob Carter – "We made a couple mistakes." Bob Carter looked tired, even before he took to the stage to introduce the next-generation Toyota Avalon. And no wonder. In the four months since Toyota announced plans to recall 3.8 million cars, trucks and ...

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    TheDetroitBureau on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein
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    We're very pleased to announce that veteran automotive journalist and Publisher of TheDetroitBureau.com, Paul Eisenstein, has joined the Autoblog team as a Contributing Editor. His editorials will appear regularly on Autoblog, beginning with this one: Toyota: From "Benchmark" to "Troubled," the ...

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