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Inventory dips as summer wanes

Estimated automotive inventories have fallen for the second consecutive month as dealers continue to sell off existing stocks while automakers work through the end of their traditional summer production shutdowns and model-year changeovers.

Mercedes clashes with muralists

Mercedes-Benz is in a legal dispute with four artists who demanded compensation after the luxury brand photographed its vehicles in front of their murals for social media posts.

Frankfurt's no-shows, darkened halls signal an industry in flux

This year's Frankfurt auto show was a shadow of its former self. That's a sign of a continent -- and a global industry -- in a state of flux.

Mazda preps EV for Tokyo auto show

Mazda prides itself on internal-combustion prowess but will soon pull the wraps on a full-electric vehicle it plans to start selling next year.

Mazda3: Overloaded and overpriced

The Mazda3 is overloaded with features and too pricey now for this Automotive News reader.