Latest Autos News
- Chrysler Recalls Over 25K SUV's Due To Braking Issues Chrysler is recalling over 25,000 SUVs because of some braking issues.
- US Agency Demands Recall Data From General Motors The documents apparently show that GM knew about a dangerous ignition problem that has been linked to 13 car-crash deaths, but didn't act.
- Chrysler Will Keep Windsor Minivan Plant Open Company no longer seeking help from Canadian government. Will build next generation "people carrier" in Windsor.
- Car Sales Begin To Show February Thaw Chrysler sales rise 11 percent. GM sales drop 1 percent. Ford sales fall 6 percent.
- Temps Keep Dropping, Gas Prices Keep Rising Unlike the temperature, gas prices are going up. GasBuddy.com says prices are up more than 10 cents over the past week to an average of $3.63 per gallon.
- GM Pledges To Cooperate With Government Recall Investigation NHTSA could fine GM up to $35 million if it finds company didn't act fast enough.
- US Safety Agency To Probe GM Recall Response The U.S. government's auto safety watchdog is investigating whether General Motors acted quickly enough to recall 1.6 million older-model small cars in a case linked to 13 deaths.
- Dodge Caravan, Chevy Impala Top List Of Michigan's Most Stolen Vehicles State police say drivers of '00 Dodge Caravans and '05 Chevrolet Impalas are most likely to be targeted by thieves in Michigan.
- GM Adds 588K Vehicles To Ignition Switch Recall, Citing Deaths The problem has been linked to 31 crashes and 13 front-seat deaths.
- Obama Announces New Manufacturing Hub In Michigan "Detroit's already helped lead the American comeback in manufacturing," the President said.
- Snow, Speed Blamed For High Number Of County Traffic Accidents To Begin The Year The large number of accidents this winter forced police to regularly close sections of roads, including parts of I-69 and I-475.
- Detroit Automakers Worry About UAW Money Struggles Detroit's three automakers — Ford, Chrysler and General Motors — are increasingly anxious about the 78-year-old union's future. For them, it's a "devil you know" situation.