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Uber is rolling out guaranteed fares

Uber wants riders to know exactly how much they're going to pay for their trips.

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Jeep owners sue Fiat Chrysler over gear selector defect

Jeep Grand Cherokee owners are hitting Fiat Chrysler with a lawsuit over the design defect that is suspected in the death of "Star Trek" actor Anton Yelchin.

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Ralph Nader goes from auto industry nemesis to Hall of Famer

Ralph Nader is being honored by the auto industry, of which he has been a persistent critic for more than 50 years.

Nader will be inducted in the Automotive Hall of Fame in…

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13,000 Maseratis recalled for dangerous shifter

Maserati is recalling about 13,000 sedans that have the same sort of gear shifter that was used in the Jeep that killed actor Anton Yelchin.

Maserati is owned by Fiat Chrysler…

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Driverless cars create a safety 'dilemma'

You're riding in a driverless car with a loved one. It's cruising down a one-way, single-lane road with a barricade to the left and a wall to the right.

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Fix ready for Jeep gear shift problem that killed Anton Yelchin

There is a fix for the Jeep gear shift problem that killed actor Anton Yelchin. The problem is that most owners don't know it yet.

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Fuel scandal drives Mitsubishi Motors to first loss in 8 years

Mitsubishi Motors has revealed the heavy financial toll from its fuel economy scandal.

The Japanese automaker says it expects to post a net loss of 145 billion yen ($1.4 billion)…


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Fiat Chrysler scrambling to fix roll away problem

Fiat Chrysler is scrambling to fix a design problem in some of its gear shifters tied to dozens of injuries.

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Prosecutors probe Volkswagen's former CEO over diesel scandal

Volkswagen's former CEO Martin Winterkorn may face German justice over the diesel emissions scandal after all.

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