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Suzuki Apologizes for Improper Road Tests, Denies Cheating

By Yuri Kageyama | May 22
Japanese automaker Suzuki Motor Corp. apologized Wednesday for improper road tests, but denied reports that it illegally falsified mileage numbers.

Singapore Probes Hyundai Cars for Sudden Acceleration

By Annabelle Liang | May 21
Singapore's Land Transport Authority said Tuesday it is investigating Hyundai vehicles following reports of accidents involving sudden acceleration while reversing.

GM: Pollution Control Changes Caused SUV Mileage Drop

By Tom Krisher | May 20
A change in pollution control hardware between model years cut the gas mileage on some General Motors SUVs and forced it to correct the figures on window stickers, the company said Wednesday.

Mitsubishi Motors President to Resign Over Mileage Scandal

By Yuri Kageyama | May 20
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. President Tetsuro Aikawa said Wednesday that he will step down to take responsibility for the mileage cheating scandal unfolding at the Japanese automaker.

Detroit's Automakers, Sensing a Threat, Embrace Mobility

By Dee-Ann Durbin | May 18
Automakers are facing multiple threats to their business from nimble tech firms like Apple and Uber. In response, carmakers are reinventing themselves as "mobility" companies that can accommodate all the different ways people get around.

What Effect Will Robot Cars Have on Traffic Congestion?

By Joan Lowy | May 17
Self-driving cars are expected to usher in a new era of mobility, safety and convenience. The problem, say transportation researchers, is that people will use them too much.

2016 Nissan Maxima Presents New-Found Length, Power, Luxury

By Ann M. Job | May 14
Nissan's most expensive car, the Maxima, is re-engineered and restyled for 2016 for a more luxurious and sporty experience and, thanks to a more powerful V-6, delivers 300 horsepower for the first time.

Mitsubishi Motors Says Mileage Cheating May Be on All Models

By Yuri Kageyama | May 13
Mitsubishi Motors Corp., the Japanese automaker under investigation for lying about fuel economy data for some models, said Wednesday such tampering is suspected in all of its vehicles sold in Japan.

VW Board Proposes Approval of Execs' Work Despite Scandal

By David McHugh | May 12
Volkswagen's board of directors has recommended shareholders formally approve the work of the company's top management team for last year despite the scandal over cars rigged to cheat on U.S. diesel emissions tests.

Column: NASCAR Needs to Take Stand on North Carolina's Law

By Jenny Fryer | May 10
Pat McCrory likes to spin a tale meant to illustrate his love for high octane and burned rubber.

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