US Demand For Trucks, SUVs Helps February SalesLured by Presidents Day deals, U.S. buyers snapped up pickups and SUVs in February, brightening what is usually a lackluster month for the auto industry.
Takata Pleads Guilty To Fraud In Case Of Exploding Air BagsTakata admits to hiding problems that can cause inflators to explode with too much force.
PSA Vows To Keep Jobs, Brands Ahead Of Sale Of GM's OpelExecutives are working hard to calm nerves in Europe about the possible sale of General Motor's Opel brand.
Discounts Abound On Out-Of-Fashion Sedans; Land That DealIf you do your homework, now is the time to practically steal a new sedan from your car dealer.
Ford Plans $200 Million Wind Tunnel Complex In Metro DetroitConstruction is scheduled to start this year.
Mazda Recalls Nearly 174K Cars To Fix Faulty SeatsThe automaker says the seats can change angles suddenly, making the vehicles hard to drive.
Diesel Cruze Tops All Gas Or Diesel Cars At 52 Mpg HighwayGM says its new compact sedan will get up to 52 miles per gallon on the highway, the best mileage of any car that isn't a hybrid or electric vehicle.
Ford Reveals New Aluminum-Sided Expedition SUVFord Motor Co.'s biggest SUV is dropping some weight.
GM Recalls Older Sports Cars To Fix Air Bag Sensor ProblemGM has not yet developed a repair and says it will notify owners when one is ready.
Made In Mexico, Popular On US Highways -- For NowMexico's growing share of the auto market is a sore spot for President Donald Trump, who has threatened to impose border taxes on Mexican imports to force companies to make cars in the U.S.
GM Posted $9.4B Net Profit In 2016, But Encore May Be ToughOverall auto sales are flattening in the U.S., GM's biggest profit center, and car inventories are growing.
GM Workers To Get Record $12K Profit-Sharing Checks After Best Year EverGM's profit sharing checks are based on earnings of $12 billion in North America.