Mild Winter Weather Means More Potholes For Drivers To DodgeWarmer days followed by freezing nights mean the roads expand and contract, creating cracks.
January Storm No Match For Strong Car SalesFiat Chrysler sales rise 7 percent. GM sales are up .5 percent. Ford sales drop 3 percent.
Auto Show: Some See Sales Slowdown, Fuel Economy QuandaryThe North American International Auto Show opens to the public Jan. 16 in Detroit. Here are some of the things we learned at this week's media preview.
General Motors Ups Dividend, Share Buyback On Strong OutlookGeneral Motors says it will add $4 billion to its stock buyback program and raise its quarterly dividend 6 percent to 38 cents per share.
Engines Exposed: Henry Ford Museum Offers Close-Up Look Under Hoods Of Iconic CarsHenry Ford Museum is offering visitors a close-up look at the power that's usually hidden under the hoods of cars in its automotive collection.
Union Members Walk Off Job At Nexteer Facility In MichiganA strike at a major auto supplier could have a big impact elsewhere in the auto industry.
Ford Says It Gains Flexibility From New UAW DealFord says new contract allows company to hire more temporary workers, schedule mandatory overtime. Labor costs to rise 1.5 percent.
UAW Appears Poised To Pass New Contract With Fiat ChryslerThe new agreement gives raises to all workers and eliminates the two tiers over eight years.
Car Infotainment Systems Distract Even With Voice CommandsInfotainment systems in the Chevrolet Equinox, Buick Lacrosse and Toyota 4Runner were the least distracting, because they were more intuitive and better at understanding voice commands.
Ford Issues Six Separate Recalls For 380K Vans, Trucks, SUVs And CarsIf you find yourself behind the wheel of a Ford van, truck, SUV or car, listen up -- the automaker is recalling nearly 380,000 vehicles for six separate issues.
GM's Barra Talks Of Settlement And Remembering People Hurt, Killed In GM CarsGM CEO Mary Barra promising to live up to the agreement the company worked out with the government.
GM Agrees To Deferred-Prosecution In Ignition-Switch Defect Linked To 124 DeathsGM will be charged criminally with hiding the defect from regulators and in the process defrauding consumers according to a report.