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Ford Motor Co. is recalling nearly 1.4 million Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ sedans in North America because loose bolts could allow the steering wheel to come off.
After opening several large plants in recent years -- and with more under construction -- transplant automakers are expected to account for more than half of North American production for the first time ever in 2018.
GM executives said last year they would bring their burgeoning inventories under control. They delivered.
GM executives last year said they would bring their burgeoning inventories under control. They delivered.
American Honda's U.S. sales fell 7 percent in December, but it still achieved record annual sales for a third consecutive year.
It looks like 2018 will be the first time in four years that new-vehicle sales in the United States fall short of 17 million, though the tax reform bill signed into law last week could help.
December is projected to produce the highest U.S. new-vehicle sales volume of the year, but it won't be enough for 2017 to top last year's record-setting total.
Cadillac, acknowledging "many" dealerships fell short of their targets this year due to a lack of fresh products, will calculate dealer compensation for 2018 based more on customer-satisfaction scores and compliance with...
Infiniti expects its redesigned crossover, powered by what it calls a breakthrough engine technology, to finally make it a bigger player in a critical segment.
Cadillac, which has a major overhaul of its lineup on the way, plans to reveal new vehicles further in advance to allow for more thorough testing on public roads.
Kia and Alfa Romeo have for the first time ever been named finalists for the North American Car, Truck and Utility of the Year Awards.
Infiniti, already one of the fastest growing luxury brands, aims to give itself a bigger boost with a technology-laden crossover that one executive calls the most important vehicle in the brand's history.
The new vision for Smart speaks to how much new demands of electrification and autonomy are shuffling corporate strategies, even for a longtime technology leader such as Daimler.
What happens to an automaker that claims to make "the ultimate driving machine" when cars can drive themselves and have electric motors that lack a satisfying roar under the hood?
Under CEO Carlos Tavares, PSA is not only making itself bigger but is taking an unconventional approach to re-establishing itself in North America after a 26-year absence.
Volkswagen's diesel emissions scandal forced the automaker to rethink its future more swiftly and decisively than a company of its size normally would.
October is on track to be the second-best month of 2017 for U.S. new-vehicle sales, even though volume is projected to fall slightly from the same month last year.
Almost every brand has some kind of plug-in vehicle headed to U.S. dealerships in the next five years, if not a bunch of them.
Carla Bailo, a mobility expert and former executive at Nissan North America, will become CEO of the Center for Automotive Research this fall.
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