TOKYO, May 23- Nissan Motor Co Ltd will recall about 841,000 vehicles worldwide including the Micra compact car, also known as the March, as a result of a steering wheel glitch, Japan's No.2 automaker said on Thursday.» Read More
Ford has recalled 11,500 "Escape" models due to a fire risk, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Ford Motor is telling owners of one version of the brand-new Ford Escape not to drive the SUVs until dealers can fix fuel lines that can crack and spill gasoline, causing engine fires.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on automakers working to expand production.
The "Mad Money" host puts a Mark Twain spin on the market and takes a look at how retail sales are actually faring.
Even though it’s only July, car enthusiasts are already looking ahead to next year’s models to determine price, fuel economy and durability.
Michael Dunne, President of Dunne & Company and author of "American Wheel, Chinese Roads" says car manufacturers are building more cars than what's needed in China.
General Motors is clearly the leader in June auto sales. Overall, sales were slightly better than expected, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports U.S. June auto sales for Toyota came in slightly below estimates.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau discusses General Motors' better-than-expected June auto sales, with Kurt McNeil, General Motors U.S. vp of sales operations.
A look at what to expect from last June's auto sales, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Swedish automaker Saab has a rosier future in the China market after several years of uncertainty and a slew of potential suitors. The Caixin reports.
China’s online censors went into overdrive on Friday, blocking internet searches and references to Xi Jinping, the man anointed as the country’s president-in-waiting, after US news service Bloomberg published a forensic report on the fortune amassed by his relatives.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports slowing sales in Europe has Ford's stock tanking today. Will the slump in auto sales hurt U.S. workers? Michelle Krebs, senior analyst for Edmunds.com, weighs in.
Two years after recalling millions of vehicles because their floor mats could trap the gas pedal and cause unintended acceleration Toyota is once again issuing a recall for the same problem. This time it involves 154,000 of the 2010 Lexus RX 350 and RX 450 H models.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the groundbreaking new deal in the auto sector. Also, Jeff Kilburg, Kilburg Capital, weighs in with the best auto plays.
Feel like you’re driving an old car? You’re not alone. In fact, the average age of vehicles in the U.S. has hit a new all-time high.
For consumers seeking safer roads and more fuel-efficiency, automated vehicles that rely on sensors — not humans — for driving are the next big thing in automotive technology. Google and General Motors recently announced new developments.
Cash-strapped local governments in China have begun auctioning off fleets of officials’ luxury cars as part of efforts to bolster revenues hit by the country’s slowdown. The FT reports.
It’s hard to think of another car that has been as highly anticipated or that bares more importance for an automaker than the new Model S is for Tesla.
New car buyers in the U.S. are finding fewer problems with the latest models rolling out of showrooms.
The company became the first automaker to repay money under Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program.
Bob Lutz is teaming up with Wanxiang Group, a Chinese auto parts supplier, in a bid to buy the ailing Fisker
Mercedes-Benz is digging in and putting more features into its redesigned flagship S-Class sedan.