GM is on track to break the American automaker record for the most recalls in a single year, ever.
It’s the company’s second recall to fix air bags that may not inflate in a crash.
Slow sales caused dealer inventories to rise in January and February, putting pressure on companies to clear their lots.
Chrysler sales jump 11 percent. Company expects October annual sales rate of 15.7 million.
General Motors is adding a twist to the fight for supremacy in the red-hot U.S. pickup truck market: It’s raising prices.
U.S. auto safety regulators are investigating complaints about two Nissan SUV models.
“Automakers are quickly pushing these technologies into high-volume production vehicles, so you don’t have to pay an extreme price tag to get a taste of the latest and greatest innovations.”
Just when automakers had reached their highest-ever levels of quality, technology glitches are dragging their scores down.
Nissan officials say an employee of a supplier died in a fatal accident at its vehicle assembly plant in Smyrna.
Six automakers are recalling nearly 3.4 million older-model vehicles worldwide in a massive effort to fix defective air bags made by the same company.