After much better than expected sales in the first half of 2015, US automakers are poised to enjoy a very strong second half of the year.» Read More
A driver has racked up at least £9,490 ($14,836) in parking fees after abandoning their Mercedes Benz in a U.K. parking lot for two years.
Jeep remains the hottest brand in the auto business despite several surveys calling the SUV one of the poorest in the industry for quality.
Now that the price of gasoline has fallen to less than $3 a gallon in much of the country, demand for light trucks has been soaring.
AutoNation is launching a new service called SmartChoice Express that aims to get car buyers in and out of the dealership in 30 minutes.
General Motors is announcing it will cut jobs and production at its Lansing Cadillac plant, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau, and Efraim Levy, S&P Capital IQ, discuss Ford's big bet on aluminum for its F-150 pickup truck.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Ford's F-Series strategy. Kelly Blue Book's Matt DeLorenzo, says the aluminum in the F-150 actually lightens the vehicle but it still drives like a truck.
Ford is starting production on an aluminum version of its F-Series pickup. CNBC's Phil LeBeau discusses what a big deal the move is for the motor company.
It's finally showtime for the most important new vehicle launch from Ford in decades.
Experian Automotive found the average length of initial ownership was seven years and nine months.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau takes a close look at the October performance of U.S. auto makers.
Toyota auto sales increased 6.9% in October beating estimates of 6.1%, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
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.