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Daimler Will Recall 85,000 Mercedes Cars in the U.S.

Daimler AG (DDAIF) is recalling about 85,000 Mercedes-Benz cars in the U.S. to adjust their power-steering systems. The adjustment is aimed to prevent the loss of power steering fluid, The Wall Street Journal said, citing a statement on the website of U.S. traffic authority NHTSA.

August Auto Sales Are Zooming Along. . .So Far

July was a mixed bag for auto sales, with sales improving, but not as much as the abundance of incentives for would-be car buyers led industry watchers to expect. But if August car sales continue on track, it may be the best month of 2010 so far, Edmunds.com reports.

Who might buy Saturn?

Saturn is to be closed now that Penske (PAG) has decided against buying the brand from GM. Or is GM being coy?

There are several car companies that...

Mercedes announces new hybrid


When they were first introduced, the only hybrid cars on the market were Toyotas and Hondas -- small, practical cars that were admittedly a little...