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The Nissan Leaf broke it's on single-year sales record, which it set last year, with two months left this year.
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder and Consul General of Israel to the Midwest Roey Gilad signed an agreement to promote joint industrial research and development projects.
The new Nissan Kicks concept takes the Nissan Extrem from pure fantasy to a market position that is a little closer to reality.
NHTSA Deputy Administrator David Friedman is pushing Takata to speed up production of replacement airbag components.
A CitiBike bicycle sharing station in New York City. Urban ridership is up - but so are fatalities. Whether traveling on rural roads or inner-city streets, you’re likely to see a lot more bicyclists pedaling their way alongside four-wheeled traffic.
Chrysler is recalling more than 184,000 Ram heavy duty trucks with 6.7-liter Cummins diesels for a fuel-heater housing problem.
BMW offers a first look at the two big performance crossovers, the X5 M and X6 M, coming to LA. The world got its first look at the new BMW X5 eDrive hybrid during the Paris Motor Show a few weeks back, and now the Bavarian maker is steering in a very different direction as it offers up details on its all-new high-performance crossovers, the 2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M.
Ford Explorer sales are up 8.7% for the year. The maker is going to debut the 2016 model at the L.A. Auto Show.
Dodge is restarting Viper production next month with the 200 preorders for the 2015 model. Viper fans take heart!
The Jeep Cherokee is selling well and is responsible of much of Chrysler Group's stellar year. Recent big swings in the stock market and dire headlines about an economic downturn haven’t put any kind of dent in U.S.
The 458 Speciale A made its debut at the Paris Motor Show earlier this month. Only months after Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne ruled out the possibility of spinning off the maker’s high-profile Ferrari brand, that’s precisely what the maker now says it will do – a move that has fired up investors while raising questions about the long-term strategy for the supercar maker.
GM's CEO Mary Barra says quality is the company's top consideration, but suppliers are saying GM and other automakers are focused more on cost.
Sergio Marchionne may have reason to smile as investors finally begin bidding up FCA stock. Now officially merged, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said its third-quarter earnings were roughly in line with last year’s numbers.
Backup cameras are already common - even before the new government mandate takes effect. Advancing autumn darkness increases concerns about pedestrian safety and one innovation that does help reduce accidents is the back-up camera, according to studies by AAA.
GM intends to win, proclaims CEO Barra, during a speech to Detroit business leaders. General Motors is longer going to act a polite competitor, GM chief executive officer Mary Barra said during an appearance before the Detroit Economic Club.
Lincoln is hoping a new series of ads featuring actor Matthew McConaughey will raise the company's profile and boost sales.
Chrysler quality czar Doug Betts resigned a day after the company's brands finished at the bottom of Consumer Reports' quality rankings.
Takata's troubles are getting worse as Honda's global auto chief Tetsuo Iwamura said today it was rethinking its relationship with the supplier.
Honda recently confirmed plans to add the HR-V - shown in concept form - to its line-up. Honda profits surged during the July-to-September quarter, but the third-largest Japanese automaker nonetheless lowered its full-year forecast reflecting a variety of potential problems ahead.
GM CEO Mary Barra will meet with Detroit's business leaders and outline plans for Michigan. While GM isn’t expected to reveal its next-generation Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid until next January, the automaker will offer up a few select details during a speech by CEO Mary Barra later today.