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Edmunds: Best Used Cars for Under $15,000
Nissan Officials Face Angry Shareholders on Red Ink, Scandal
California Considers 1st-in-U.S. Electric Truck Sales Rule

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Nissan Officials Face Angry Shareholders on Red Ink, Scandal

Edmunds: Best Used Cars for Under $15,000

By Yuri Kageyama |
Nissan Chief Executive Makoto Uchida told shareholders Monday he is giving up half his pay after the Japanese automaker sank into the red amid plunging sales and plant closures in ...

Edmunds Recommends 5 SUVs for Cargo Space, Fuel Economy

Edmunds Recommends 5 SUVs for Cargo Space, Fuel Economy

By Rex Tokeshi-Torres of Edmunds | Jul 1
Edmunds experts have made some forward-thinking recommendations on five SUVs that offer roomy cargo areas and high fuel economy.

Nissan Officials Face Angry Shareholders on Red Ink, Scandal

Nissan Officials Face Angry Shareholders on Red Ink, Scandal

By Yuri Kageyama | Jun 29
Nissan Chief Executive Makoto Uchida told shareholders Monday he is giving up half his pay after the Japanese automaker sank into the red amid plunging sales and plant closures in Spain and Indonesia.

Amazon, Looking to the Future of Ride Hailing, Will Buy Zoox

Amazon, Looking to the Future of Ride Hailing, Will Buy Zoox

By Joseph Pisani | Jun 27
Amazon said Friday that it is buying self-driving technology company Zoox, which envisions a future where people will request a ride on their phones and a car will drive up without a driver.

Self-Driving Taxis Could Be A Setback for Those With Different Needs — Unless Companies Embrace Accessible Design Now

Self-Driving Taxis Could Be A Setback for Those With Different Needs — Unless Companies Embrace Accessible Design Now

Jun 26
For people who have different mobility needs and rely on human drivers for work beyond the task of driving, the prospect of driverless taxis may not sound like progress.

California Considers 1st-in-U.S. Electric Truck Sales Rule

California Considers 1st-in-U.S. Electric Truck Sales Rule

By Adam Beam | Jun 25
California regulators are scheduled to approve new rules on Thursday that would force automakers to sell more electric work trucks and delivery vans, a first-of-its-kind rule.