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U.S. consumers bought more cars in September than in the previous year, but early sales results from leading automakers on Wednesday were mixed.
Toyota says it is recalling 690,000 Tacoma pickup trucks because the rear leaf springs could break, puncture the gas tank and cause a fire.
The American automaker heads into the fourth quarter needing a shot in the arm from its bread-and-butter truck: the F-Series.
Wal-Mart says Tracy Morgan and other people in a vehicle struck from behind by a company truck on a New Jersey highway weren't wearing seatbelts.
Shares of Ford fell more than 7 percent Monday afternoon after headlines came out from its investor day.
How one tech start-up is using data to make car insurance cheaper.
NHTSA is looking into a petition alleging that older Toyota Corollas can accelerate unexpectedly at low speeds and cause crashes.
The day is approaching when the reason you buy a particular vehicle will be driven largely by its connectivity, a new study finds.
Automakers are in focus this week as the Paris Motor Show kicks into gear on Saturday.
Harley-Davidson is recalling more than 105,000 motorcycles from the 2014 model year because their clutches may fail.
Ford Motor said it will recall about 850,000 cars in the United States to fix a software glitch that can delay airbag deployment in crashes.
Mike Odell, the CEO and president of automotive retail and service chain Pep Boys resigned on Friday.
GM corporate debt was raised by S&P to investment grade, a critical step in the automaker's long recovery from its 2009 bankruptcy and reorganization.
Two Wisconsin families have become the first to accept settlement offers from the GM Ignition Switch Compensation Fund.
Chrysler recalled about 350,000 vehicles because of a condition that may cause the ignition key to get stuck or inadvertently move.
With increases in production at U.S. auto plants, Americans are on track to buy a record number of new vehicles next year or by 2016.
Subprime lenders are increasingly relying on technology that allows them to track and disable delinquent borrowers’ vehicles.
Thousands of tiny shops in India's biggest auto components market do brisk business selling car parts for about a third of the official price.
The U.S. Treasury permitted GM and Ally executives to collect "excessive pay," according to a Troubled Asset Relief Program report.
If you happen to get trapped in the trunk of a car, hope that it's not a Ferrari 458. More than 3,000 of them are being recalled for faulty escape latches.
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