AAA Urges Imposing Ban on E15


In a much needed move, AAA, the nation's largest automobile club has come out to direct the Environmental Protection Agency and gasoline retailers to stop selling E15, which is reported to be a new ethanol-gasoline blend.

Mazda Motors To Develop Sub-Compact Cars for Toyota at Mexico Plant

Mazda Motors To Develop Sub-Compact Cars for Toyota at Mexico Plant

Recent reports subjected that Mazda Motor Corp has affirmed that it will be developing car models for Toyota Motor Corp. at a plant in Mexico, which is being constructed at present.

Since the past four years, Mazda has been the sole automaker of Japan that has not gained any profit.

Profit Going Down for Toyota, Honda

Profit Going Down for Toyota, Honda

Japan was shaken up severely by March earthquake, but the impact of earthquake on Japan's economy can still be seen. Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, has announced a decline in its first half net profit of this year. The manufacturer has blamed that the earthquake had caused a drift in its profit.

Japan Quake Hits Automobile Industry

Toyota Motor

Following Japan's earthquake and nuclear disaster that has slashed away the local output by almost two-thirds in March; the Toyota Motor Co is forced to lose its crown of being the world's largest automaker.

Toyota Production Will Tighten Up in the End of 2011


The domestic production of the Toyota Motors is being expected to come back to its normal position by the end of this year, which was suspended after the devastating quake and tsunami of March 11.

The Toyota Motor Corp. said that the production will return to the normal position in July, while the production in foreign countries will normalize in August.


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