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Former GM Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson said he was unaware of how deep the company's cultural issues ran.
Ford is making the 2015 F-150 lighter everywhere, including the owner's bank account. The new model is going to be more expensive than its predecessor.
Dodge is auctioning a one-of-one 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat VIN0001, the most powerful and fastest muscle car ever built, at Barrett-Jackson Las Vegas 2014.
The Fiat 500L-Vans concept is designed to supplant the traditional "woody" as the vehicle of choice for surfing fans.
The Nissan Sentra has helped drive strong demand for the maker, especially in the U.S. market. Nissan saw a big surge in earnings for the latest quarter, with analysts crediting both strong sales in China and the U.S., as well as a boost from favorable exchange rates.
Strong demand for products like Altima mean Nissan will deliver a double-digit July sales gain. It may be an unexpectedly cool summer in much of the country but you wouldn’t know by looking at July’s sales numbers – which have many industry observers expecting the rest of the year to remain hot.
Ford is the latest automaker subject to industrial espionage. FBI agents raided the home of a former employee seizing listening equipment and her email accounts.
Dave Power, founder of J.D. Power and Associates, was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame. He isn’t your typical car guy, fixated on fast cars and powerful engines.
A car is stolen every 44 seconds in the U.S., but there steps owners to can take to lower the odds. Despite a nationwide crackdown, car theft remains a major problem, and according to government statistics, a vehicle is stolen in the U.S.
General Motors China was recognized today as the fourth-best Fortune 500 company in the area of corporate social responsibility at the 2014 Corporate Social Responsibility Annual Conference in Beijing.
The new, 510-hp Mercedes-Benz engine will debut under the hood of the upcoming AMG GT. With the unveiling of its all-new 4.0-liter V-8, Mercedes-Benz joins a growing trend in the automotive performance market.
Ford isn't moving as many vehicles in Russia due to economic sanctions levied against the country for its involvement in the Ukrainian crisis.
General Motors is not only facing multiple federal investigations, 45 attorneys general are also conducting queries regarding the company's faulty ignition switch.
The 2015 Porsche Cayenne Turbo is one of four models available in the maker's portfolio for the SUV. Sport-utilities have been zipping off dealer lots this year and Porsche looks to take advantage of that by finally unveiling an update to its popular Cayenne SUV that’s already sold half-a-million copies since its introduction in 2002.
A full 97% of Chevy Cruze buyers are opting for the version with Stop-Start standard. With increasingly stringent mileage standards coming down the pike over the next decade, automakers are frantically racing to find ways to boost the fuel economy of their vehicles.
Earnings on new full-size models, such as this 2015 Chevy Tahoe, should boost GM's earnings going forward, analysts forecast.
GM CEO Barra shown during her most recent testimony before a Senate subcommittee this month. General Motors anticipates it will spend at least $400 million to recompense victims of a defective ignition switch so far linked to the death of at least 13 people, though it cautioned that the figure could run as high as $600 million, depending upon how many people qualify for the program.
Ford reported net income of $1.3 billion for the second quarter this year. Much of that came from strong results in North America.
The 2015 Toyota Yaris goes for a more aggressive design to compete in a crowded segment. There’s a big battle underway in the small car market, and Toyota has rearmed with a new version of the Yaris subcompact.
Auto Pacific's new FADS survey shows an increase in drivers wanting advanced safety systems on vehicles.