DNC Vs. GOP, Chrysler 300, Saab Keeps Its Name: Car News Headlines

September 4, 2012
Today at The Car Connection, we bring you the Democratic Party spin on the state of the U.S. auto industry, tell you about a new Chrysler 300 model, show you spy video of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class and show you how Mazda is working with teen drivers to combat distracted driving. Here’s Tuesday’s edition of today’s car news, as only The Car Connection can deliver it:

In time for its convention, the Democratic Party says “we built that” about the U.S. auto industry.

Chrysler announces some upscale changes to its 300 sedan, including a new, all-weather Glacier edition.

A round-the-world drive in a Tesla Roadster ends with a crash, just 600 miles short of the finish line.

New Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden gets to keep the Saab name, but not its griffin logo.

Mercedes-Benz’s latest C-Class sedan is caught in on-track testing.

Nissan’s latest Sentra will deliver 34 mpg in combined fuel economy.

Our spy photographers capture the new Kia Soul.

Jaguar debuts its latest intelligent all-wheel-drive system in Moscow.

Mazda shows how its taking steps to combat distracted driving.

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