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Finland Holds Auction for Soviet Cars Abandoned by Migrants

By Jari Tanner | Jul 19
Finnish customs officials say over 100 mostly vintage Soviet cars abandoned by migrants crossing the Nordic country's border with Russia have been sold in a two-day auction that drew some 1,300 car aficionados to the Arctic.

Nissan Adds Features to Sentra for 2016 Without Upping Price

By Ann M. Job | Jul 14
Nissan has given the Sentra richer styling and several new features for 2016 while keeping the price of the fuel-efficient and popular compact sedan nearly the same.

Feds Seek Autopilot Data from Tesla in Crash Probe

By Tom Krisher | Jul 13
Federal safety investigators are asking electric car maker Tesla Motors for details on how its Autopilot system works and why it failed to detect a tractor trailer that crossed its path in a Florida crash.

Autonomous Cars Coming, Says Analyst

By Dee-Ann Durban | Jul 11
Autonomous cars will appear on worldwide roads in big numbers between 2025 and 2035, according to a recent report by IHS Automotive.

Escalade Adds Communications and Safety Features for 2016

By Ann M. Job | Jul 7
Cadillac has added new communications and safety equipment to the outsized Escalade for 2016, making it the first version to integrate Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Used Cars Being Sold with Unrepaired Safety Defects

Jul 5
If you just bought a used car from a dealer, you may still want to check to see if your vehicle needs a recall.

Fatal Tesla Crash Shows Limits Of Self-Driving Technology

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Jul 2
The U.S. government is investigating the first reported death of a driver whose car was in self-driving mode when he crashed. The crash raises questions about autonomous and semi-autonomous cars, their capabilities and their limits.

Death Sparks 'Autopilot' Car Probe; Man Had Speeding Tickets

By Joan Lowy and John Seewer | Jul 2
The first American death involving a car in self-driving mode presents a dilemma: How aggressively to embrace the potentially life-saving technology after a fatal crash. The driver's history of speeding further complicates the question.

Volkswagen Settles Emissions-Cheating Cases for Up to $15.3B

By Tom Krisher and Dee-Ann Durbin | Jul 1
Volkswagen will spend up to $15.3 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.

Watch: Classic Car to be Sold for Millions

Jun 30
The most important American car of the past 50 years which couldn't have been built without the help of the British is set to sell for £10 MILLION this summer.

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