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The Ford Escape is living up to its name when it comes to popularity with thieves, a new study says.
Months after Apple announced its automotive foray with CarPlay, Google is set to announce its major car announcement this month.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra said that she expects the company to begin processing claims related to faulty ignition switches by August 1.
More power with less fuel, and being built right in Detroit's backyard. That's EcoMotors Motor City pitch, and Bill Gates is on board.
General Motors recalled more than 3 million North American cars with faulty ignition switches that could affect power steering and power brakes.
Asian equities finished a choppy session mixed on Monday with escalating violence in Iraq weighing on sentiment.
Banks looking to get in on a booming market for financing new-car sales have run into a formidable competitor: the auto manufacturers themselves.
Japanese airbag maker Takata's safety crisis deepened after Toyota recalled more vehicles in Japan and Takata warned more fixes may come.
Cloud computing isn't just for humans - robots are getting in on the action too.
A possible merger between Sprint and T-Mobile has put Masayoshi Son in the spotlight and analysts say he's exactly the type of CEO that Japan needs.
Americans are more comfortable taking on debt, with auto buyers borrowing a record amount in the first quarter with the average monthly high of $474.
The 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid became the latest among a growing list to take a hit for what some call misleading mileage claims.
The group says all eight automakers reduced pollution for the first time.
Honda Accord ranks as the most stolen and most recovered car for the fifth year among vehicles equipped with a LoJack tracking-device, the maker says.
Thailand's political instability has dented the economy, but contagion to the region should be little with some countries even benefiting.
The discontinuation of the Dodge Caravan marks the steady decline of the once-popular minivan segment.
Soccer moms, note—the Dodge Caravan is driving off into the sunset, joining other discontinued icons. Here are some others.
While Japanese carmakers have fallen behind in the race to win over Chinese consumers, they are shifting into high gear to regain lost market share.
Five years after Sergio Marchionne took over Chrysler and vowed to grow the company, iconic SUV brand Jeep is ready for a global boom in sales.
Auto manufacturer American Honda said it would voluntarily recall 24,889 of its 2014 Odyssey vehicles in United States.