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BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (second half)

23 December 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (second half) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2010 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fair old sprinkling of... read more


BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (first half)

20 December 2010 | Dave Leggett

BRIEFING: Review of 2010 (first half) Dave Leggett Like any year in the auto industry, 2010 saw its fair share of company ups and downs, industrial comings and goings, and a fair old sprinkling of ... read more


THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China?

10 September 2010 | Graeme Roberts

THE WEEK THAT WAS: Will Qi Chen lead to ka-ching in China? Graeme Roberts Interesting news this week that Nissan's local partner in China is developing a new range of cars under a unique local new ... read more


COMMENT: The stakes are high with Alfa Romeo

31 August 2010 | Dave Leggett

COMMENT: The stakes are high with Alfa Romeo Dave Leggett The key to really making money in the car business is to have a brand premium. Of course, you need to get the basic commercial economics of c... read more


COMMENT: Mazda switch no reflection on agency

22 June 2010 | Graeme Roberts

COMMENT: Mazda switch no reflection on agency Graeme Roberts News last night that Mazda North American Operations, responsible for marketing, distributing and servicing the brand in the US, Canada an... read more


COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go

17 June 2010 | Fernando Calmon

COMMENT: BRAZIL: Chinese automakers have a long way to go Fernando Calmon The arrival of Chinese brands in Brazil has been rather slow, although watched with interest due to the size and industrial s... read more


COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve

3 June 2010 | Bill Cawthon

COMMENT: Lincoln needs a Ford LaNeve Bill Cawthon Last week, a rumour surfaced: Ford was working on a plan kill off Mercury, the automotive legacy of Edsel Ford, Henry’s only child. Mercury wou... read more


FIRST LOOK: The revised Mazda 6

12 May 2010 | just-auto.com editorial team

FIRST LOOK: The revised Mazda 6 just-auto.com editorial team Mazda is about to introduce the updated Mazda 6 which is hardly a banner-headline news event. But it is a subject of considerable interest... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: Peugeot repaints history and a picture of the future

11 January 2010 | Rob Golding

GOLDING’S TAKE: Peugeot repaints history and a picture of the future Rob Golding To Ebbsfleet for the Eurostar and Paris. The flash across the French landscape to Gare de Nord was monochrome. White s... read more


ANALYSIS: Death of the cool?

22 December 2009 | Mark Bursa

ANALYSIS: Death of the cool? Mark Bursa Can anyone fix Saab? Would a sale to Spyker – or any other small automaker - create an orphan automaker, doomed to the fate of Rover. Saab is worth more than ... read more


FRIDAY FEATURE: Did you know?

20 November 2009 | Dave Leggett

FRIDAY FEATURE: Did you know? Dave Leggett If you turned the Jodrell Bank radio-telescope on its side and filled it with cornflakes to create one colossal breakfast bowl, you would still have few... read more


INSIGHT: MBUSA exec on managing a brand in a recession

9 November 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

INSIGHT: MBUSA exec on managing a brand in a recession just-auto.com editorial team Mercedes-Benz USA (MBUSA) General Manager of Marketing Services Drew Slaven addressed brand management issues in ha... read more


OPINION: Racing for the next generation

12 October 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

OPINION: Racing for the next generation just-auto.com editorial team “Win on Sunday, sell on Monday!” This axiom has driven most automakers to get involved in some form of motor racing over the year... read more


FEATURE: Infiniti centres on media before opening for business

8 October 2009 | headlineauto

FEATURE: Infiniti centres on media before opening for business headlineauto Choosing to launch a new luxury brand in a car showroom might be seen as taking cost-cutting a step too far. But when that... read more


ANALYSIS: Can an independent Opel survive? [includes audio]

8 April 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: Can an independent Opel survive? [includes audio] just-auto.com editorial team The ‘New GM’ is likely to sever ties with Opel/Vauxhall, leaving a business with almost no global presence out... read more


ANALYSIS: Has GM got it wrong on Saturn?

25 February 2009 | just-auto.com editorial team

ANALYSIS: Has GM got it wrong on Saturn? just-auto.com editorial team A Saturn MBO could backfire badly on GM. Mark 'Coolbear' Bursa wonders whether a more radical approach might be needed as the Gen... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Hispanic factor could propel Seat on to the world stage

12 August 2008 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Hispanic factor could propel Seat on to the world stage Mark Bursa Seat spent the first 40 years of its history churning out badge-engineered Fiats, and the next 20 trying... read more


EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Country ‘n’ Eastern – Chevrolet hits the right notes

10 June 2008 | Mark Bursa

EMERGING MARKETS ANALYSIS: Country ‘n’ Eastern – Chevrolet hits the right notes Mark Bursa There was a good deal of skepticism when GM rebranded Daewoo as Chevrolet, but the formula works – even the... read more


GOLDING’S TAKE: Inchcape - a big Brit on a world tour

5 March 2008 | just-auto.com editorial team

GOLDING’S TAKE: Inchcape - a big Brit on a world tour just-auto.com editorial team Inchcape, the company that no-one has ever heard of despite being listed on the London Stock Exchange fifty years a... read more


GOLDING'S TAKE: It's a team effort for the Chevy Captiva

22 June 2006 | just-auto.com editorial team

GOLDING'S TAKE: It's a team effort for the Chevy Captiva just-auto.com editorial team GM is fighting a serious rearguard action in Europe to keep its Opel and Vauxhall brands in the frame. Good t... read more


Distress signs in the premium car club

6 June 2005 | Institute of the Motor Industry

Distress signs in the premium car club Institute of the Motor Industry Product quality and service problems have dented the reputation of one long-standing member of the premium car club, Mercedes-... read more


Four Truths About the Automotive Industry

13 January 2005 | McKinsey & Company

Four Truths About the Automotive Industry McKinsey & Company The global automotive industry has always been fascinated by the latest trends, but this focus on novelty may have led it to ignore – to... read more


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