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Toyota, Justice Department Agree on $1.2 Billion Settlement

Toyota, Justice Department Agree on $1.2 Billion SettlementToyota will pay out a $1.2 billion settlement, the largest criminal penalty against any U.S. automaker.

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Truck Wars Continue to Heat Up

Truck Wars Continue to Heat UpWatch for competition among truckmakers to become more fierce as they try to figure out pricing strategies.

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Gas Versus Diesel: Do the Math First

Gas Versus Diesel: Do the Math FirstDriving diesel can be tempting but make sure to consider all your variables before making your decision.

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FTC, Nissan Settle False Advertising Charge

FTC, Nissan Settle False Advertising ChargeA 2011 ad that shows the Nissan Frontier doing more than it's capable of led to troubles with the FTC.

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Green Car Reports Addresses Anti-Pickup Bias

Green Car Reports Addresses Anti-Pickup BiasGCR calls for a softening of full-size pickup truck intolerance and vows to stay the course.

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Diesel Powertrains Face an Uphill Battle

Diesel Powertrains Face an Uphill BattleDiesel engine acceptance has been slow in the U.S. and younger buyers aren't the ones likely to change that.

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Truck Wars Cause Confusion for Auto Writers

Truck Wars Cause Confusion For Auto WritersSome car-focused auto writers are having trouble figuring out why pickup sales are growing. We don't.

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Let's Get Back on Track

Let's Get Back on TrackWe can agree to disagree on a range of issues involving pickups, but civility and respect are key.

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Can Ford Create a New Ranger?

Can Ford Create a New Ranger?The debate rages on over whether Ford should get back into the entry-level pickup truck segment.

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Former GM Exec Says Fuel Rules Will Boost Vehicle Costs by $5,000

Former GM Exec Says Fuel Rules Will Boost Vehicle Costs by $5,000Former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz speaks his mind about federal regs a gas tax.

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