April 24- Industry consultants LMC Automotive and J.D. Power on Friday forecast that April U.S. auto sales will rise 5.4 percent from a year ago. On an annualized basis, April U.S. sales will be 16.6 million vehicles, the consultancies said. LMC also held its forecast for this year's auto sales at 17 million vehicles, up 3 percent from last year.» Read More
Critics of geographic recalls say they are irresponsible and ignore many realities of the marketplace, including the mobility of drivers.
As awkward moments go during the celebrations of sports championships, the "Chevy Guy" presenting the World Series MVP with a truck is up there.
Fiat Chrysler is in the midst of hefty investments to boost its worldwide sales and saddled with more than $10 billion in debt.
Despite lackluster sales, General Motors is not backing down from its commitment to the Chevy Volt.
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to shoot down a Wall Street Journal article, calling the sales figures quoted in the article "incorrect."
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Tesla has begun offering a "happiness guarantee" in which leasing customers of the Model S can return the car within 3 months if they're not happy.
With gas prices down, analysts say it will be even more difficult to persuade buyers to opt for vehicles that plug in rather than tank up.
David Friedman said the agency "greatly" regrets that the information provided in its initial advisory was inaccurate.
A NHTSA spokesperson said a further increase could follow in its massive air bag recall, noting, "The agency has an open investigation going."
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill that will keep electric carmaker Tesla Motors from selling its cars directly to consumers in the state.
General Motors is calling for Governor Rick Snyder to sign legislation that would ban the direct sale of automobiles in Michigan.
Toyota delivered a surprise when it announced plans to give the 2015 Camry an extensive update, showing off its more sculpted and tech-savvy look.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is warning owners of approximately 3.75 million vehicles about potentially faulty airbags. CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the details.
"I am not losing anything by putting on gloves and a mask. It is just an extra precaution," one man said.
J.D. Power and Associates says that sales of new cars and trucks at U.S. auto dealerships will climb to 13.83 million in 2015.
A new study says millions others cannot afford to buy the average used vehicle in their city.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau discusses Fiat Chrysler's plans for growth and expansion.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports shares of Tesla are down today despite a slick rollout of its dual motor Model S.
Discussing how competitors and investors view Tesla innovation after it unveiled its new "D" version of the model "S", with Adam Jonas, Morgan Stanley auto analyst.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team discusses Tesla's unveil of an all-wheel drive version of its "S" model sedan.