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Saturday, January 13, 2018
This week’s car reviews, news and photos
Federal regulator examining Ford transmission recall involving F-150 pickups
Recall could be widened to require fixes of more than 1 million additional vehicles
Will Fiat Chrysler be bought by the Chinese?
Despite a return to profitability and popular products, Fiat Chrysler's future is uncertain, which could delay CEO Sergio Marchionne's retirement.
GM takes steering wheel, pedals out of Chevy Bolt, asks feds to allow testing
Vehicle must meet battery of standards that require compliance through tests with human driver, manual steering, acceleration and braking controls.
What's hot at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show
What's flying at CES: Drones, airplanes, helicopters and cool gadgets
Review: Big Cadillac CT6 plug-in is a quiet performer
The car is a luxury flagship in which its battery power makes all the difference
Fiat Chrysler moving some production back from Mexico
It cites the tax cut and also offers worker bonuses
Ford orders 2,900 Ranger pickup owners to stop driving and replace Takata air bags
There have been two fatalities in 2006 Ford Ranger caused by driver-side airbag inflator ruptures from Takata inflators built on the same day.
Reports: Ford may hatch a new 'Bullitt' Mustang
The new car would be based on the one Steve McQueen drove in the iconic 1968 movie
2018 Detroit Auto Show: 2019 Ford Edge SUV gets new look, technology
On the heels of its hottest year for sport-utility vehicle sales, Ford unveiled a new 2019 Edge SUV with aggressive cosmetic and technology upgrades.
The Day In Pictures Gallery
A Blue Morpho butterfly sits on the face of model Jessie Baker during a photo call at RHS Garden Wisley in Woking, England. The Butterflies in The Glasshouse exhibit returns to the Garden from January 13 - March 4 this year and features over 50 speci
Sam's Club closing dozens of stores; some being converted to distribution centers
Florida man attacked by bear in his backyard after checking to see what scared his dog
Did Trump use vulgar language at an immigration meeting? It depends who you ask
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