Audi Spending Spree, Ford Mustang's Popular, Nissan Leaf Battery Capacity: Car News Headlines

December 28, 2012

Today at The Car Connection, Audi's spending quite a bit of money as it targets rivals and the head of the EPA resigned. Saab and GM reached an agreement regarding warranties on Saab vehicles, and new details emerged regarding the 2014 Smart ForTwo. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection

The 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid will be the first vehicle to meet SULEV20 standards.

Ford's being sued over its 2013 C-Max Hybrid and 2013 Fusion Hybrid fuel economy claims.

Head of the EPA Lisa Jackson announced she was resigning, though no replacement has been named.

New details regarding the 2014 Smart ForTwo emerged.

The Ford Mustang was the most popular car bought on eBay in 2012.

Jay Leno and Ed Welburn checked out some Corvettes together.

Saab and GM reached an agreement regarding warranties on Saab vehicles.

Where is power steering headed in the future?

Nissan's now covering battery capacity loss under the Leaf electric car's warranty.

Audi's going on a spending spree as it targets rivals.

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