The U.S. market for hatchbacks is expected to grow faster than any of the other nine vehicle body styles tracked by research firm IHS Automotive.
General Motors wants to attract mom-and-pop operators with what it bills as the first integrated, hardware-free tool for small businesses to manage their fleets.
GMC took cues from its customers by downsizing the redesigned Acadia for easier parking and better fuel efficiency.
Chat with General Motors' Alan Batey, and you'd hardly suspect that GM has given up more market share this year than any major automaker. That's because the North America chief sees plenty of other numbers he likes.
GM said it made a simple mistake.
GM is launching a smartphone app that will allow vehicle owners to check for open recalls, the latest move by automakers to redouble efforts to get owners to comply with vehicle callbacks.
Straining to keep their biggest profit engine humming, FCA, Ford and GM are mobilizing to make more pickups. But some industry pundits worry they'll be ramping up production just as the market is peaking.
Buick plans to phase out its Verano small sedan in the U.S., a sign that the market shift toward crossovers has automakers rethinking the makeup of their vehicle portfolios.
There is mounting evidence that GM, ever the stumbling giant, finally is getting out of its own way, leveraging its size and scale in ways that its competitors probably hoped it never would.
New York's top court ruled that GM held a Chevrolet dealer to an unfair sales-performance standard, a decision that could have implications nationally for how automakers measure dealer performance.
In an unusually rich promotion for the everyman compact market, Chevy is offering two years of free OnStar and Sirius XM satellite radio and a slug of monthly data use on the Cruze's 4G LTE Wi-Fi service.
GM's first-quarter profits soared despite slower sales, as it sold more pricey models and cut costs in troubled regions such as South America.
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