The US auto industry continues to recover from the 2008 recession, with more gains anticipated in 2013.
With Honda's sales stagnating, launching diesel cars was necessary to grab a foothold of the country's auto industry.
The company and its former employees were also hit with criminal charges after a deadly 2010 accident. Other executives are paying attention.
The Japanese carmaker's Kentucky-built Avalon is just part of its larger U.S. production strategy.
Despite production problems, recalls, legal expenses -- oh, and tensions between Japan and China -- the automaker reported better-than-expected earnings.
GM and Ford miss analyst expectations for the month while Hyundai and Nissan report losses as the superstorm takes a toll.
Do you wait days for an insurance assessment or dry out the car and hope for the best? Storm damage may flood the used car market with musty vehicles.
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