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New-vehicle sales in the U.S. maintain a strong pace through February
The maker of the popular Civic and Accord is struggling with quality problems.
Honda Motor (HMC) shares are tumbling on Wednesday afternoon after American Honda said it was recalling 1.7 million new and used vehicles from 2007 to 2015 with Takata air bags.
January snowstorms on the U.S. east coast may have postponed some sales, which is why year-over-year sales were flat rather than lower.
Fiat Chrysler's sales rise 7%, GM is flat and Ford sales decline 3%. A winter storm may have delayed some shoppers.
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As Wall Street and the rest of the East Coast recover from a crippling snowstorm, major earnings and economic reports this week will test recent signs of investor optimism.
Honda's new Ridgeline, with much more conventional styling, could do far better than its previous entry in the U.S. pickup segment..
Car manufacturers revealed more than fifty new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
The Honda Ridgeline was among the new vehicles shown at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Thanks to its technology, Chevy's Bolt is expected to attract a raft of new competitors. But Bolt's failure would be proof that investments in battery-powered cars have been largely futile.
U.S. consumers increasingly are purchasing new vehicles that offer more space and utility than standard sedans, along with comparable fuel efficiency.
Barra still answers to board but her standing is stronger, thus enhancing her clout to influence board composition.
By all measures, 2015 was a blowout year for global automakers in the U.S.
Lyft has just revealed a new alliance with General Motors to develop an autonomous, on-demand car network. GM invested $500 million in the ride-sharing company.
Walmart and Honda are adopting wind-powered energy. Learn what other factors are influencing the wind energy market.
The automaker's $4.5 billion investment through 2020 is no guarantee that buyers will respond.
Wait until next year: 2016 will likely be another banner year for the U.S. auto industry.
The German automaker, embroiled in emissions scandal, shows electric cars in Los Angeles. Solution for nearly 500,000 U.S. customer 'on the way,' promises top U.S. executive.
More Chinese-made models are likely to arrive in U.S. and other western economies.
European stocks are mixed, with London markets ending a three-day rally as oil and commodity stocks slide.
Honda (HMC) is dumping longtime supplier Takata over its deadly airbags.
U.S. stock futures are rising slightly Wednesday ahead of testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to a House panel on bank regulation.
U.S. auto makers report the best two months of sales in the last 15 years. GM registers a 16% sales increase.
U.S. car sales have shifted up another gear as auto makers report the best two months of sales in the last 15 years.
The Japanese automaker is benefiting from a strong yen and robust U.S. market.
Toyota and Honda favor hydrogen fuel cells, while Nissan exhibits a prototype that could be basis for next-generation Leaf.
The recall is the latest safety problem with air bags made by Takata Corp., a Japanese supplier.
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