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Tokyo Motor Show Preview. Shake-up in the Motor City. Delphi Goes Chapter 11 - But What's Next? Seat Time in the New Mercedes S-Class, and Ferrari's F430 Spider. And Spy Shots of Next Saturn Vue and Lincoln Aviator. That and More in

Tokyo Motor Show Preview. Shake-up in the Motor City. Delphi Goes Chapter 11 - But What's Next? Seat Time in the New Mercedes S-

DETROIT, Oct. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Though long-rumored, Delphi's decision to declare bankruptcy is likely to mean a major shake-up in the Motor City, with thousands of workers facing a two-thirds pay-cut, General Motors facing billions more in pension costs, and everyone wondering when the next big shoe will drop. has the complete report on the news at the world's largest auto supplier in this week's issue.

Halfway around the world, preparations are fast underway for the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show. Get an exclusive preview of the Nissan Pivo, Honda Fine, Mazda Senku, Chrysler Akino, and a score more cars, trucks and crossovers at .

It's long been the benchmark for automotive luxury. But how does the latest update of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class stack up? Come along for a ride, this week, on TheCarConnection.

Then spin some tires as TCC challenges the Ferrari F430 to prove whether its really a worthy successor to the 360 Modena.

Catch spy shots of the next-generation Saturn Vue and the Lincoln Aviator, exclusively on this week.

Then check out the latest on all the new 2006 cars, trucks and crossovers inside TCC's 2006 Buyer's Guide.

In other business news, see how -- and why -- Chrysler continues to post import-like sales gains, even as its domestic competitors struggle to survive. And find out more about GM's latest restructuring moves, which include selling off its stake in the Japanese parent of Subaru.

In TCC's new blog, TccConfidential, find out more on GM's busted alliances and a deal to cut costs at the Detroit auto show.

Let OnSite Mechanic solve your service problems. Find Kelley Blue Book pricing and more -- on the Web's Automotive Authority,

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