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Volkswagen Tops Satisfaction Table

Thu, 29 May 2014 00:00:00 -0700

ONE of the most respected customer satisfaction surveys is out, and cars made by German-owned manufacturers are the most satisfying – that’s according to a poll of more than 15,000 motorists. German vehicles took seven of the top 10 places in a customer satisfaction table compiled by What Car? and marketing information services company JD Power.

2011 Daihatsu Charade revealed

Wed, 23 Feb 2011 00:00:00 -0800

The 2011 Daihatsu Charade - an old model Yaris with a new badge Yes, we know. Daihatsu has announced it’s leaving Europe to the Koreans and won’t be in the business of selling last generation Toyotas with a new badge on this side of the world any longer. But they’re sending us one last car – the 2011 Daihatsu Charade.

Exclusive: Joel Piaskowski to head Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design NA

Thu, 08 Jan 2009 00:00:00 -0800

Thanks to our contacts within the automotive design community, Car Design News can confirm that Joel Piaskowski, who resigned from his position as Chief Designer at Hyundai's North American design studios on December 19, 2008, will be taking over the position previously held by Gorden Wagener at Mercedes-Benz Advanced Design. He starts his new job on Monday, January 12. Mercedes-Benz has made a few changes to its design team since taking over the Carlsbad facility from Chrysler last year, notably the retirement of Prof.