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Toyota Recalls 340,000 Prius Hybrid Cars for Faulty Brakes

By Yuri Kageyama | Oct 13
Toyota Motor Corp. recalled 340,000 gas-electric hybrid Prius cars around the world Wednesday, 212,000 of them in Japan and 94,000 in North America, for a defect in their parking brakes.

Study Shows Knowledge Gap with In-Car Technology

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Oct 11
Hyundai and BMW customers are the most satisfied with their in-vehicle technology, but those brands and others still need to work on educating drivers about what their cars can do.

Honda Brings Back Ridgeline Pickup for 2017, Adds Features

By Ann M. Job | Oct 6
After a more than two-year hiatus, Honda's has brought its Ridgeline pickup truck back for 2017, and it's bigger, more powerful and better looking than ever.

U.S. Probes Ford Vehicles for Steering, Door Latch Problems

By Tom Krisher | Oct 4
Two Ford Motor Co. models are under investigation by U.S. safety regulators for problems similar to those that have caused over 3 million other Ford vehicles to be recalled.

U.S. Closes Probe of Jeep Automatic Braking; No Recall Sought

By Tom Krisher | Oct 3
U.S. safety regulators have closed a yearlong investigation into the Jeep Grand Cherokee's automatic braking system without seeking a recall.

From Ferraris to SUVs: 5 Cars That Shone at the Paris Show

By David McHugh | Oct 2
Executives at this year's show are talking about how the industry can adapt to - or, better yet, profit from - disruptive change such as electric engines, networked vehicles, car sharing, and autonomous driving.

New Jeep Compass SUV Looks Like Shrunken Grand Cherokee

Oct 1
The new Compass replaces a model that was introduced about a decade ago and had fallen far behind rivals in what is now the largest segment of the U.S. auto market. It also will replace the Jeep Patriot, a similar-sized SUV.

Tesla on Autopilot and Bus Collide in Germany

Sep 30
Police in northern Germany say a Tesla being driven with its Autopilot system engaged collided with a bus on a highway.

Disabled Man Gets License, Shows Driverless Tech's Potential

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Sep 29
Fully driverless cars are expected to reach U.S. roads in the next five to ten years, and the disabled community is eager for their arrival.

Diesels Take Back Seat, Electrics Up Front At Paris Car Show

By David McHugh | Sep 28
Carmakers are finding the Paris auto show, held in a city whose mayor wants to ban diesels to reduce pollution, to be a fine place to show off new zero-emission electric vehicles.

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