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Business - Mitsubishi says overstated mileage for more vehicle models

Mitsubishi Motors Corp said on Tuesday more of its vehicle models were involved in a mileage cheating scandal than initially stated, and that it would temporarily stop domestic sales of affected vehicles and compensate owners. Earlier in the day, Japan`s transport ministry said its investigation had shown the automaker had overstated the fuel economy for eight vehicles including the RVR, Pajero and Outlander SUV models, in addition to four minivehicles initially confirmed in April. The latest announcement deals another reputational blow to Japan`s sixth-largest automaker, which has been struggling to recover from the mileage scandal, which affected two minivehicle models produced for Nissan Motor Co Ltd .

Tuesday, August 30, 2016  14:38


Business - Japan government: Mitsubishi Motors overstated fuel economy on eight more models

Japan`s transport ministry on Tuesday said that Mitsubishi Motors Corp had overstated the fuel economy for eight additional models, and ordered the Japanese automaker to correct its readings. The announcement comes after Mitsubishi in April said it had falsified the fuel economy on two of its mini vehicle models, along with two similar models produced for Nissan Motor Co Ltd . The admission led to a suspension of sales of the four models for nearly three months, and prompted a slump in Mitsubishi`s market value.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016  09:32


Business - Japan government finds Mitsubishi overstated mileage for eight more models

Japan`s transport ministry on Tuesday ordered Mitsubishi Motors Corp to stop domestic sales of eight vehicle models after an investigation found the automaker overstated their fuel economy, the second such order in a matter of months. The ministry said its investigation found the fuel economy on models including the Pajero, Outlander and RVR SUV models were lower than stated in marketing catalogue`s. The finding adds to four mini vehicle models whose mileages were found to be falsified earlier this year.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016  10:46


World - Typhoon Lionrock nears Japan`s tsunami-hit northeast, grounds flights

More than 100 flights were canceled and evacuation warnings were issued for thousands of people as a powerful typhoon approached Japan`s northeast on Tuesday, a region devastated by a massive earthquake and tsunami five years ago. Typhoon Lionrock was expected to make landfall in the northeast Tohoku region later on Tuesday, with sustained winds of 120 km per hour (75 mph) and gusts up to 176 kph (109 mph) as it moved north from the Pacific Ocean, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. Toyota Motor Corp said production would be suspended on Tuesday at two of its factories in the typhoon`s path due to concerns that heavy rain and strong wind would affect road conditions and delay parts deliveries.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016  04:33


Business - Mitsubishi Motors overstated fuel economy on eight more models: Nikkei

Mitsubishi Motors Corp overstated the fuel economy on eight of its vehicle models, in addition to four others the embattled Japanese automaker admitted to earlier this year, the Nikkei newspaper reported on Tuesday. Japan`s transport ministry, which had been investigating the fuel economy on Mitsubishi models including the Pajero SUV, would report its findings as early as Tuesday, the Nikkei said, citing an unnamed source. Both Mitsubishi and the transport ministry declined to comment on the report.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016  02:11


World - Mega projects to help `build future of Istanbul`: minister

Turkey is seeking to `build the future of Istanbul` with a brace of ambitious projects including a third bridge spanning the Bosphorus Strait linking Europe and Asia, Transport Minister Ahmet Arslan told AFP. The bridge -- once hailed by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as `star project` and due to open on Friday -- is only one of the grandiose projects aimed at modernising the face of Istanbul and transforming the city of 16 million people. A former mayor of Istanbul, Erdogan has often boasted of pet mega projects under his rule that also include a new airport and even a Panama-style canal to relieve pressure from the Bosphorus.

Friday, August 26, 2016  04:35


World - Canadian autoworkers threaten strike

Canadian autoworkers have voted unanimously to authorize a strike if contract talks with the big three US automakers do not lead to new investments in Canadian assembly plants. Unifor, which represents the 23,000 Canadian autoworkers who work for Ford, Fiat Chrysler and General Motors, set a September 19 strike deadline after the near-unanimous backing Sunday for a strike if the automakers don`t meet their demands. Canadian plants have steadily lost jobs to Mexico during the past 25 years, and unless the negotiations produce investment commitments, the auto industry will continue to contract, according to Unifor.

Monday, August 29, 2016  20:28


Technology - Amazon launches Amazon Vehicles to help car buyers

On Thursday launched Amazon Vehicles, an online platform for users to research on cars, auto parts and accessories. The platform will include specifications, images and reviews on for a large number of car models, ranging from Tesla Motors` 2014 Model S to the iconic Ford Mustang 1965.

Friday, August 26, 2016  12:40


Business - GM cleared in second U.S. verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

A Texas jury said on Thursday a General Motors Co ignition switch, linked to nearly 400 injuries and deaths, was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash, according to a company statement. The verdict in Harris County, Texas, was the second in favor of GM this year in lawsuits over the now recalled ignition switch. Plaintiff Zachary Stevens alleged that a defective switch caused him to lose control of his 2007 Saturn Sky and crash into another vehicle, killing the other driver.

Thursday, August 25, 2016  23:24


Business - GM cleared in second verdict over crash blamed on ignition switch

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Texas jury on Thursday said a General Motors Co ignition switch was not to blame for a fatal 2011 crash, according to a statement from the company.

Thursday, August 25, 2016  22:18

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