Doron Levin has covered the auto industry from Detroit since 1984 for The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Detroit Free Press, Bloomberg and Fortune.
He has written two books about the industry. He has a Masters degree in journalism from Columbia University.
Recent Articles By The Author
This $50,000 Volvo Crossover SUV Torched Trucks in Our Mountainous Tests
Volvo promises to go all-electric -- or at least mostly electric -- by 2019.
The Best Thing to Ever Happen to General Motors Is a $25,000 Crossover SUV
GM's premium crossover could increase the No. 1 U.S. automaker's penetration in one of the industry's hottest segments.
Chevy Just Can't Keep Its $50,000 Crossover Traverse SUV on Dealer Lots
The second generation has many improvements and should help GM against tough competitors from Jeep, Ford and Toyota
Here Comes a Chrysler Minivan You Can Drive With No Hands
Chrysler parent's stock is rallying on reports that the auto giant is up for sale.
This Is Why the New Owner of Fiat Should Close Down Dodge or Chrysler
Fiat Chrysler took an attractive brand and invested heavily to make it much stronger with new products such as the Jeep Renegade.
A $60,000 Hyundai Actually Exists, and It's Taking Aim at All Luxury Car Makers
The new sedan from Hyundai has more power, bettering the chances it will challenge domination of Mercedes E Class and similar-sized sedans.
GM's Chevy Bolt Is a Damn Good Car That America Doesn't Care About
The inventory of unsold Bolts in the U.S. has swollen to an unacceptable level.
Hyundai's Popular Sonata Gets a Facelift Despite Brutal U.S. Auto Market
Hyundai's Sonata returns with a facelift.
The New Mercedes-Benz Pickup Truck Has Nothing on This Stealth $70,000 Rocket
This Mercedes turns heads.