Paul A. Eisenstein is a CNBC contributor and the publisher of thedetroitbureau.com. He has over 30 years of experience covering the auto industry.
General Motors has now recalled more than 11 million vehicles in the U.S. this year.
A new study by AAA found that ownership and operating costs are expected to fall about 2.7 percent compared to last year's average.
The discontinuation of the Dodge Caravan marks the steady decline of the once-popular minivan segment.
Several projects are underway and one, started by a group of Massachusetts Institute of Technology alumni, is rapidly working its way toward reality.
According to a new study by the Consumer Federation of America, more than half of 2014 model year vehicles get more than 23 miles per gallon.
Nissan is testing a car that can keep itself clean, thanks to special paints that repel water and oils.
More than half of all American drivers are willing to give insurance companies the authorization to review their driving habits for lower rates.
Motorists who purchase battery-electric vehicles tend to be younger and more affluent than drivers of hybrid vehicles, according to a new study.
U.S. subprime auto lenders are "exercising more caution," especially when it comes to higher-risk customers, according to Moody's.
Mustang, Challenger, Charger - and some high-powered imports - rule the 2014 NY Auto Show