Latest Auto News
Automotive companies have become a political football in recent years with government dollars and incentives lending support to one of the largest contributors to U.S. manufacturing. In the articles below, you will find automotive news coverage with a focus on new car sales, autoworkers' union contract negotiations, expansion into overseas markets and overall trends in the automotive industry.
Additionally, you'll find consumer-focused coverage of auto companies -- including bestselling- and top-rated cars, car and truck recalls and interviews with CEOs -- which, in time, may impact the price of auto shares and the perception of the automotive industry as a whole.
Automotive News Today
Chrysler is expected to cap a successful year with a 20% sales gain in December, as overall auto sales are projected to rise about 10% for the month.
GM had a bad day Monday, as bad news poured out of Detroit. But on Tuesday it seems investors and consumers had shrugged it all off.
Ford and GM had been projected to lose sales in June, which had two fewer selling days than a year earlier. But GM beat forecasts.
GM has 'no ceiling' to what it will pay out to victims of crashes related to faulty ignition switches, a compensation expert declares.
Ford and GM are expected to show June sales declines, a result of fewer June selling days, Ford move to new truck and continued GM problems.
GM CEO Mary Barra moves ahead as a leader Thursday, speaking to employees and reporters and declaring 'contact me directly' if safety issues are not addressed.
Auto sales in May rise about 10% and the selling rate is the highest in seven years. But the weekend gained in May was lost to June.
GM sales seemed to shrug off the automaker's millions of recalls as the auto industry benefited from a May with five weekends.
GM agrees to a settlement with federal regulators over the ignition switch defect.
GM shares fall Thursday as the automaker recalls nearly 3 million more vehicles, bringing the year's global total to 12.8 million.
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Chrysler, Honda and Toyota all count minvans among their top-selling vehicles, while Kia is giving its new minivan a big push. Families are buying into them in a big way.
Having the best-selling cars on the U.S. market helps an automaker's case, but so do reliability and consistency from the top down.
If you have to use one of the few holidays on your calendar to shop, you may as well get a discount on stuff that will pay dividends later.
Some of the most basic comforts in the auto industry didn't make it to the average car until well after the recession. These vehicles prove it.
When navigating tight streets and tiny parking spots that just kill your vehicle's fuel efficiency, it helps to have a car with a tight turning radius and forgiving fuel economy.
Want a Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari California or even a Corvette Stingray Z51? Get in line. Even electric versions of fairly inexpensive hatchbacks warrant a wait.
Gas prices, hotel rates, travel and holiday spending is all up as Independence Day tacks extra time onto most workers' weekends. Even keeping it local is no bargain.
A vehicle is an investment, so why not look for one that keeps at least half of its original value after half a decade or so?
Convertibles aren't strictly luxury vehicles, but that hasn't stopped luxury automakers from staking out a huge segment of their market.
While U.S.-based companies may employ the overwhelming majority of union autoworkers in this country, they're not the only ones using union labor on U.S.-made vehicles.
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