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  • Beijing Auto Show: Is It Bigger Than Detroit? Monday, 21 Apr 2008 | 11:10 AM ET

    Talk about coming of age. The Beijing Auto Show and China's auto market are making a statement this week. It's loud and clear: "We are world players!" In fact, it brings up the question about whether this show and the Chinese market are bigger than the Detroit Show and U.S. Market?

  • Hybrids Find Growing Acceptance on Main Street USA Friday, 18 Apr 2008 | 1:52 PM ET
    2005 Toyota Prius.

    Hybrids are finding growing acceptance around the country - including the Midwest, although the West Coast , thanks to California, is still the largest market.

  • Chrysler And Nissan Alliance: I Think It's Going To Work Wednesday, 16 Apr 2008 | 9:48 AM ET
    Deal, Handshake

    There are hook-ups that work, and hook-ups that don't. In the car business, there are many that fail to live up to their promise. Which has many people wondering if the partnership formed between Chrysler and Nissan will pay off for both companies. I think it will. In fact, it's a smart move for both companies.

  • Chrysler, Nissan Unveil Production Alliance Monday, 14 Apr 2008 | 9:03 PM ET

    Chrysler and Nissan Motor unveiled a production alliance on Monday that gives the U.S. automaker the small car it lacks and allows the Japanese company to stay in the competitive full-size U.S. pickup truck market.

  • Automakers Post Steep Declines in March US Sales Tuesday, 1 Apr 2008 | 3:25 PM ET
    Woman looks at new Toyota Camry on dealer lot

    Automakers reported double-digit U.S. sales declines in March as demand for trucks and sport utility vehicles plummeted and consumers held back because of concerns about gas prices, the housing slump and tightening credit.

  • Setting The Record Straight On Car Deal Incentives Tuesday, 1 Apr 2008 | 10:28 AM ET

    There are some commonly held perceptions among car buyers that are getting tossed out the window right now. The biggest, in my opinion, involve the incentives dealers and automakers are rolling out to sell cars, trucks, and SUVs. So, with the March auto sales coming out, it seems appropriate to set the record straight.

  • Auto Makers Seen Ending Quarter on a Down Note Monday, 31 Mar 2008 | 3:17 PM ET
    Woman looks at new Toyota Camry on dealer lot

    Major automakers are expected to report lower U.S. vehicle sales for March Tuesday, ending the first quarter on a weak note and adding to evidence that the housing slump and tighter credit have crimped demand.

  • Nissan Recalls 313,033 Serena Cars in Japan Monday, 31 Mar 2008 | 8:38 AM ET

    Japan's Nissan Motor recalled on Monday 313,033 Serena mini-vans in Japan because of faulty oil feed pipes.

  • GM, Ford Post Big Drops In US Sales for February Monday, 3 Mar 2008 | 3:11 PM ET

    GM and Ford reported double-digit U.S. sales declines in February in the face of a slumping economy and high gas prices.

  • Auto Sales Numbers Are Just Plain UGLY Monday, 3 Mar 2008 | 2:58 PM ET
    Ugly Auto Sales

    We knew they would be bad, and they were. In fact, February auto sales make it clear, the consumer is tired, nervous, worried: you-fill-in-the-adjective. Look at the numbers: GM down  16.7 percent (including trucks down more than 22 percent)

  • Nissan Profit Rises on Sales Gain, Keeps Forecast Friday, 1 Feb 2008 | 4:16 AM ET

    Nissan Motor, Japan's third-biggest automaker, reported a 16 percent rise in quarterly profit on Friday, helped by the popularity of vehicles such as the Rogue and Qashqai SUVs, and stuck to its forecast for a small gain for the full year.

  • Japan Automakers' Third Quarter Earnings to Grow Monday, 28 Jan 2008 | 9:38 PM ET
    A Tacoma pickup truck on the lot of a Toyota dealership.

    Top Japanese automakers are due to report higher third-quarter earnings led by strong overseas sales, but the next few quarters could see profits fall as the dollar weakens against the yen.

  • Is It a Recession? Marketers Seem to Think So Monday, 28 Jan 2008 | 12:07 PM ET

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  • Electric Cars: Are They Getting Another Jolt? Friday, 18 Jan 2008 | 9:48 AM ET
    Nissan Pivo 2 - electric car

    With all the attention focused on building gas electric hybrids, new forms of ethanol, and hydrogen fuel cells, the most interesting race in the auto industry is the development of electric powered cars and trucks.

  • After 2 days of watching a slew of new models be introduced at the Detroit Auto Show, some impressions. 1. The Nissan GT-R is even more spectacular in person than I thought it would be.¬† it a Corvette "killer" that will replace the American sports car as the speedster that delivers the best bang for the buck?

  • Ford's Turnaround Plan Not Affected by U.S. Slowdown Monday, 14 Jan 2008 | 12:23 PM ET

    Ford Motor plans to to return its North American operations to profitability in 2009 are progressing well and are not affected by signs of slowing U.S. economic growth, top officials said Sunday.

  • Nissan Says Speedy Progress in BRIC Markets Key Sunday, 13 Jan 2008 | 7:37 PM ET

    Conquering the fast-emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China, commonly referred to collectively as BRICs, is the main priority for Nissan Motor, a top executive said on Sunday.

  • Nissan Set to Supply Chrysler with Small Cars Wednesday, 9 Jan 2008 | 7:55 PM ET

    Nissan Motor, Japan's third-biggest automaker, is set to supply Chrysler with fuel-efficient small cars, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported on Thursday.

  • Toyota Unseats Ford for No. 2 Spot; GM Slips Thursday, 3 Jan 2008 | 5:10 PM ET
    Toyota Tundra

    Toyota Motor overtook Ford Motor to become the No. 2 automaker by U.S. sales in 2007, using new products and relentless strategy to break Ford's 75-year lock on the position.

  • US Auto Sales Expected to Be Weak For December Wednesday, 2 Jan 2008 | 9:43 PM ET

    U.S. automakers were expected to report on Thursday that sales finished 2007 weakly, hurt by the housing slump and high gasoline prices, and the resulting worst sales year in a decade for the industry was seen as likely to increase pressure for further production cuts.