The average car on the road is more than 11 years old, but sales this year are expected to fall below last year’s record number. We ask Kelley Blue Book’s Rebecca Lindland how automakers are shifting to a new future with self-driving cars, and a changing marketplace.
Owners with potentially defective Takata air bags are eligible for financial assistance in getting their vehicles fixed and up to $500 in compensation. USAToday reports.
Asia markets fell on Thursday amid U.S. political turmoil as a special counsel was appointed to lead a probe of Russian election involvement.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Are slowing auto sales a warning sign for the US economy? CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports and the Fast Money traders discuss.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on why GM, Ford, Fiat and Chrysler have all taken a big hit today.
Asia markets close up, with energy plays mostly finishing lower and several major exchanges shut for a Labor Day public holiday.
Waymo, Google's self-driving car project will allow hundreds of people in Phoenix to take rides in the vehicles to get feedback on the experience.
Are autos breaking down? Is it time to fade the auto trade? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Lower gas prices have not dampened enthusiasm for electric cars, according to a new report from the Automobile Association of America.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence will meet with Japan's Deputy Prime Minister Taro Aso on Tuesday.
Asia markets closed lower in a light trading session as several major markets remain closed for a public holiday.
Fresh off a disappointing quarter of sales, automakers tried to reignite excitement at the New York International Auto Show.
Honda unveiled two new additions to its Clarity lineup on Wednesday, offering more choice to customers seeking alternatives to gas-driven cars.
At the New York Auto Show, Jeff Conrad, Honda American senior vice president, speaks to CNBC's Phil LeBeau about the demand for electric vehicles, the automaker's new Clarity series and his outlook for the auto market.
Asian markets mostly fell, tracking losses on Wall Street and ahead of a highly-anticipated summit between the leaders of China and the U.S.
Asia markets ended lower on Tuesday, with the Australian dollar slipping in the wake of the RBA's on-hold call.
America's long, robust boom cycle for car sales may finally be losing steam.
Automakers reported declining car sales that sent share prices for the Big Three lower.
Ford, GM and Honda report an increasing reliance on truck and SUV sales as U.S. sales of cars continue to slip.