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Jim Cramer rattled off his take on callers' favorite stocks, including one auto parts play.
He said the high price of a stake in Uber is part of what pushed him to back Lyft.
Mayors of London, Los Angeles, Paris and other major cities are pledging to ban gasoline and diesel vehicles from "large parts" of their cities by 2030.
Prince Alwaleed shares his views on electric vehicles in a CNBC "Squawk Box" interview Monday.
CNBC gets behind the wheel of the Toyota 86, a competitor to the Mazda Miata.
Car makers are trying to jolt the electric market, but an analyst explains to CNBC why the death of gas cars may be exaggerated.
The move comes as the electric car maker spends heavily to fix production bottlenecks of its new Model 3 sedan.
Tesla bashed Consumer Reports for predicting the new Model 3 will have average reliability, but the automaker may not understand what the magazine does.
John Arnold shares his market views in an interview Friday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
Car owners should know whether they have a spare before they need it and regularly check their tire pressure, USA Today reports.
JPMorgan reaffirms its underweight rating for Tesla shares, predicting the company will continue to have issues producing the Model 3.
Wells Fargo is accused of forcing borrowers to buy unneeded auto insurance when they took out a car loan, N.Y. Times reports.
Jim Cramer took a trip down memory lane to 30 years ago, when the market suffered its worst one-day plunge ever.
There's no mistaking what Tesla thinks of Consumer Reports.
GM on Thursday agreed to pay $120 million to resolve claims from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia over faulty ignition switches.
New technology in cars and trucks is making them less reliable, a Consumer Reports survey found.