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Fiat Chrysler must offer to buy back more than 500,000 Ram pickups and other vehicles in the biggest such action in U.S. history.
Japanese companies are taking advantage of their government's growing economic aid to Vietnam and snaring lucrative contracts in the Southeast Asian nation.
More earnings and new phones from Motorola are also on the list of what to watch.
With recalls and other issues in the rearview, shares could make a big move down the road.
A new 32-acre track at the University of Michigan that emulates road and urban infrastructure will help automakers and suppliers study autonomous driving technologies.
Auto parts manufacturer Magneti Marelli, based in Italy, could fetch $3.3 billion if Fiat Chrysler decides to sell to the private-equity led group that has expressed interested in it.
Honda Aircraft Company announced today that it is expanding sales of the HondaJet for the first time to South America.
The introduction in the U.S. of Hyundai's next-generation compact crossover, the 2016 Tucson, is a ray of light for the South Korean automaker amid partly cloudy skies.
Takahiro Hachigo says the automaker intends to eschew 'aggressive' sales goals and will refocus on creating new models that 'carry dreams and satisfy our customers.'
Some of the nation's biggest automakers reported higher U.S. sales in June as consumers continue to opt for SUVs and cross-over models.
The profit improvement for the Chevy Cruze will interest General Motors investors. GM CEO Mary Barra is eager to show her company's offerings are varied and appealing to consumers.
General Motors sold 3% more cars in May 2015 than in May of last year, while Ford sold 1.3% fewer cars in the same period.
The EPA has its own ideas about which cars have put up the most miles per gallon, but U.S. drivers have pushed certain vehicles to amazing mileage.
Here are some of the best automobile manufacturers TheStreet Quant Ratings says you should consider looking at.
Confederate flag-themed merchandise has retailers in hot water, but many are still selling, anyway.
The Japanese automaker Honda is dropping its current Civic hybrid and compressed natural gas vehicles. Here's what it's doing instead.
Honda Motor (HMC) shares are falling after the company restated its 2014 finances to account for $360 million in charges related to the expanded air bag recall.
U.S. stocks opened lower Friday as U.S. producer prices in May recorded their biggest increase in more than 2-1/2 years as the cost of gasoline and food rose.
The manufacturing sector is ready for liftoff in Europe and Japan, and there should be ample time for investors to get in on the action.
Investors and insurers should be worried about autonomous technologies in traditional vehicles, and not driverless cars.
Honda Motor (HMC) is recalling 5 million cars in order to fix an airbag issue and that may impact sales in Japan.
GM promises a spate of new models and sees Indian consumers gravitating toward pricier, fancier models while Ford recently opened a new plant in Gujarat.
A new research report states that the self-driving future is still some time away. But, smart investors can still profit from the road to a fully autonomous vehicle future.
In the middle of 2014, Toyota did something unexpected: completely re-tooled the Camry, America's best-selling car. And it's much better.
Nissan sets a goal of 10% market share in the U.S.
The New York Auto Show wasn't all about super-luxury and high-end performance cars.
Mark Reuss, head of product development at General Motors says component integration is the key to safety; Cadillac CT6 among the latest product launches.
Looking for a new car? Even with low gas prices, it pays to get one that's more fuel efficient.
Honda Motor (HMC) shares are declining today as the company announced the transition of its chief executive position amidst headwinds associated with its recent recalls.
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