US Safety Agency Closes Nissan Air Bag Probe Without RecallNissan says the inflators are not made by Japan's Takata Corp., which has had problems with exploding inflators that can spew metal shrapnel.
Don't Slam The Door: Nissan Versa Air Bags Might InflateThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the probe covers about 155,000 cars from the 2012 model year.
Nissan Recalls 120K Vehicles; Fluid Leaks Can Cause FiresIn some cases owners should park their vehicles outside until they are fixed.
US Auto Sales Expected To Hit Record In First 6 MonthsSales through June were expected to be up 2 percent over last year to 8.66 million, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Infiniti Recalls Sedans To Fix Electronic Steering ProblemThe company says a combination of low battery voltage and parking the cars with the wheels turned can confuse the steering control computer.
US Auto Sales Fall In May As Growth Slows -- GM Down 18 Percent, VW 17 PercentU.S. car buyers are tapping the brakes.
8 Automakers Recall More Than 12 Million Vehicles For Takata Air BagsTakata inflators can malfunction and spew shrapnel into drivers and passengers when exposed to humidity and repeated hot-and-cold cycles.
US Auto Sales Headed Toward Best Month In 10 YearsThe increases showed that Americans are still buying cars and trucks in big numbers, despite predictions by some analysts and dealers that sales have peaked.
Autonomous Cars Aren't Perfect, But How Safe Must They Be?As autonomous car technology rapidly progresses, makers of the cars face the difficult question of how safe they must be before they're ready to move people on highways and city streets.
Nissan To Recall Altimas For Third Time To Fix Hoods That Can Fly Open While DrivingNissan says in two previous recalls, dealers adjusted latches and applied lubricant. But if the lubricant wasn't put on evenly, the problem could persist.
Japanese Cars Do Best In Insurance Industry Safety RankingsThe safest cars this model year, according to the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, come from Japan.
Fiat Chrysler, Nissan, GM, Ford Post Big Oct. Sales GainsTrueCar.com predicted that October sales would rise 11.4 percent to 1.4 million.