A strong close to the month is expected to push car sales up 6-8 percent over May of 2012.
Companies are adding production, limiting downtime to meet rising demand.
General Motors is investing $44.5 million in its Lansing Grand River assembly plant and adding 200 jobs.
AAA Michigan says prices at the pump jumped 10 cents over the past week to a statewide average of $3.88 a gallon.
Nissan Pathfinder is number 1. Two domestics are on the Kelly Blue Book list.
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GM Student Corps gives 110 area high school students paid internships this summer.
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Only one vehicle gets a “good” rating, out of 13 tested.
Three Ohio drivers are suing Ford Motor Co., claiming the company’s six-cylinder EcoBoost engine is defective.
U.S. Transportation Secretary says life-saving technology doesn’t work if cost is too high.
U.S. auto safety regulators are investigating complaints that the engines can stall without warning in three Chrysler and Dodge brand cars.
General Motors showed off a new $130 million data center in Warren Monday and announced plans to spend $258 million to build another one in Milford.
New study shows relations with suppliers are starting to show some strain