DETROIT, Aug 3- U.S. auto sales were stronger than expected in July and kept the industry on pace for its best performance since 2001 as cheaper gasoline and low interest rates drove the continuing shift toward sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks. With automakers reporting monthly sales on Monday, Ford Motor Co said U.S. auto industry sales of 1.55 million...» Read More
A total of 71 vehicles have earned either a Top Safety Pick or Top Safety Pick+ award, up from just 39 models during 2014.
Combined new and used auto sales are likely to rise 8.3 percent to $1.1 trillion this year, according to TrueCar.
Tesla has opened its first battery-swap station, as it takes the next step in eliminating range anxiety and inconvenience for owners.
Tesla has debuted its first battery swap station in the world. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the station is in California.
Cadillac will incorporate streaming video into the CT6's rearview mirror.
The sales lead of the Big Three automakers—especially GM and Ford—is a far cry from what it was in 2000 as competition heats up.
Car theft has plunged 58 percent since its all-time high, according to new FBI data.
Auto recalls are adding momentum to a broad industry shift away from conventional ignition switches.
TrueCar forecasts the latest pickups from Ford and Ram will be the most popular models sold among all vehicles with prices over $50,000.
In the latest sign Americans are comfortable paying more for what they'll drive, the country is on the cusp of major milestone.
Roughly 85 percent of the vehicles Nissan expects to sell in the U.S. next year will be produced in North America.
With auto sales accelerating, Mike Jackson, AutoNation CEO, breaks down their strong auto sales numbers for November and provides his forecast for 2015.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau takes a look at the hot month of November for the automobile manufacturers.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Toyota's November auto sales in the U.S. increased 3.0% .
General Motors November auto sales beat estimates and increased 6.5 percent, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Ford November auto sales declined 1.8%.
Automakers are gearing up for greater electric, fuel-cell and hybrid vehicle production.
Whether it's a new or used vehicle, Americans spend more than ever, according to a report from Experian Automotive.
Welcome to Black Friday, the fastest growing day for auto sales.
An Illinois auto dealership is having what it calls a White Friday sale this month, the Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday.