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Mercedes Compact Demand/Production Grows
While you might associate “Mercedes-Benz” with large, sumptuous cars like the elegant S Class, it seems that its compact models—the CLA, the GLA, and the A- and B-class (the last two not available in the U.S.
Blog Published: 3/25/2014
Honda Marysville: 10 Million Cars & Counting*
Back in the late ‘70s/early ‘80s, some people thought that if Japanese-based automobile companies were to produce their vehicles in the U.S--vehicles that were becoming increasingly popular among consumers, particularly because those cars tended to ...
Blog Published: 3/20/2014
Navigating the Current Auto Scene Made Lively
The Geneva Motor Show is upon us.
Blog Published: 3/3/2014
Mini Hatch Production Approach
Even though almost every OEM has recognized the success of Mini—no one believed that anyone (well, not in the U.S., anyway) would pay a premium for a small car—and so have rolled out with their own variants and competitors, Mini is still doing quite...
Blog Published: 2/28/2014
C-Class Starts in Bremen with Execs Wielding Fastening Tools
Last week, Mercedes started production of the new C-Class in its factory in Bremen, Germany.
Blog Published: 2/14/2014
Renault Prepares for Third-Gen Trafic
This is the second-generation Renault Trafic light commercial vehicle (LCV), which was launched in 2010: This is a tease of the third-generation Trafic, which is to launch later this year: Admittedly, the first picture is of a real vehicle a...
Blog Published: 2/12/2014
Honda Makes ‘em Where It Sells ‘em (By and Large)
It was quite an accomplishment for American Honda.
Blog Published: 2/6/2014
Ford EcoSport Launched in Fourth Plant
Although one might assume that “One Ford” means that all Ford markets get pretty much all Ford products (OK, it might not make a heck of a lot of sense to sell F-150s in countries where it would be totally Brobdingnagian to understate the case), one...
Blog Published: 2/4/2014
Triple Lutz
No, that headline is not a reference to a now somewhat passé move that will be performed during the 2014 Olympic Winter Games Figure Skating competitions.
Blog Published: 2/3/2014
Volvo’s Carbon-Free Factory
It sometimes seems as though when the whole notion of “CO2-neutral” activities come up, some people tend to think that it is something rather limited in scope, like planting a whole lot of seedlings in a park to offset emissions from driving to the ...
Blog Published: 1/30/2014

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