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Auto News Roundup 8-27-09: Clunker sales for Big 3 totalled 38.6%, Chrysler Nissan deal canceled

August 27, 2009 | 11:41 am
-- Big 3 sales fade as "clunkers" wraps up: GM, Ford and Chrysler sold only 38.6% in program. Detroit News

-- After "cash for clunkers," shoppers should expect lower inventories and higher prices, experts say. CNN Money

-- Chrysler, Nissan cancel exchange of vehicles -- a partner deal they made in 2008. Detroit Free Press

-- Suzuki to revamp lackluster product offering for U.S. lineup by 2013.

-- Toyota recalls 95,700 vehicles over cold weather braking concern. Autoblog

-- Papa John's gave away a total of 35,847 free pizzas to Camaro owners yesterday. Jalopnik

-- Joni Gray