Cadillac roars ahead with ads despite no new models to pitchMon, 23, Jan 2017
Black bow ties and bigger footprints: Chevy's 2018 Traverse and what people thinkTue, 17, Jan 2017
China growth buys time for CadillacMon, 23, Jan 2017
Ford seen as ‘canary’ with record leases spurring used-car glutMon, 23, Jan 2017
A glut of used vehicles has started to depress prices. That trend will intensify as Americans will return 3.36 million leased cars and trucks this year, another jump after a 33 percent surge in 2016, according to J.D. Power. The fallout has already begun, with Ford shaving $300 million from its financial-services arm’s profit forecast for this year.
Real Legos, not actorsMon, 23, Jan 2017
Chevy Cruze's slide challenges retailersMon, 23, Jan 2017
Buick dealerships benefit from shift to crossoversMon, 23, Jan 2017
F-150 Raptor, rally driver Ken Block drive Ford Twitter engagementThu, 19, Jan 2017
After a bit of back-and-forth between the Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado, in December, the F-150 reclaimed its spot as the winner of the Twitter engagement race among pickups in December, according to ListenFirst Media.
Caddy dealers ask brand for help with marketingMon, 23, Jan 2017
GM settles ignition-switch disclosure case with SECWed, 18, Jan 2017
General Motors today said it will pay a $1 million fine to settle an investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission related to its 2014 ignition-switch recalls. The agreement does not require GM to admit any wrongdoing, nor does it call into question any of GM’s financial statements or disclosures, the company said.
GM's $1 billion investment plan to take toll on American AxleWed, 18, Jan 2017
General Motors' plan to invest $1 billion into U.S. factories and add thousands of jobs comes at the expense of one Detroit supplier. American Axle & Manufacturing is losing part of its business to supply GM's next-generation full-size pickup trucks and SUVs.
GM to invest $1 billion in U.S. manufacturing, move axle work from MexicoMon, 16, Jan 2017
General Motors today said it would invest $1 billion in its U.S. manufacturing operations to create or retain 1,500 jobs in this country. The automaker, in an announcement timed to ease pressure from President-elect Donald Trump, also said it would move production of pickup axles from Mexico to Michigan and create at least 5,000 more jobs in the nation in other parts of its business during the next few years.