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GM's safety practices are no longer under the oversight of federal regulators, but the automaker said it plans to keep meeting with them at least monthly about potential defects.
GM, for the fifth time this year, is cutting a production shift at one of its U.S. assembly plants in response to slowing industry sales.
Cadillac is updating the chassis, infotainment system and styling of its XTS sedan for the 2018 model year to help it continue to co-exist with the larger and newer CT6.
Chevrolet's Sonic and Trax embody the speed at which consumer tastes have shifted from cars to crossovers.
By selling still-fewer vehicles to Enterprise and Hertz, GM hopes to boost residual values and improve the economics of its leasing business.
F&I revenue at the nation's 150 largest dealership groups rose more than sales volume did in 2016, but the pace of growth for F&I slowed from prior years.
North America, Alan Batey's domain at General Motors, is responsible for 99.4 percent of GM's total adjusted earnings since January 2014. And it's becoming even more critical to the automaker's future.
GMC is trying to make more of an emotional appeal to consumers by launching an ad campaign that focuses on its buyers' lives with their vehicles, using the tag line "Like a Pro."
A year ago, Chevy launched a marketing assault on the Ford F series, asserting that its new aluminum body was too fragile. Now Chevy looks to be the vulnerable one.
GM's pessimism about India reflects its own missteps there rather than the market's prospects. Competitors are racing in.
Chevrolet is ending its long-running "bonus tag" promotion that was unpopular with many dealers and confusing to some customers.
GM said it will end one of two production shifts at a Michigan transmission plant next month, following cutbacks at several vehicle assembly vehicle plants.
The GMC Yukon Denali is getting a 10-speed Hydra-Matic transmission developed in conjunction with Ford and a new, multidimensional grille for the 2018 model year.
Bill Ford has frequently spoken of a desire to spark a cultural revolution within Ford, and now he has a CEO with a record of doing just that.
U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to rise very slightly in May from a year ago, narrowly snapping the industry's streak of four consecutive monthly declines.
The GMC Yukon Denali is getting a 10-speed transmission and a new, multidimensional grille for the 2018 model year, says General Motors Canada.
The GMC Yukon Denali is getting a 10-speed transmission and a new, multidimensional grille for the 2018 model year.
While Jim Hackett is certainly no grizzled auto veteran, it's an oversimplification to label him an outsider just like Alan Mulally.
Jim Hackett, the man named to replace Mark Fields as CEO of Ford, is a former board member at the automaker who spent most of his career running a Michigan furniture maker before Fields tapped him to steer Ford's investments...
As exterior design manager for the Corvette Stingray and the sixth-generation Camaro, Kirk Bennion has styled some of General Motors' most iconic cars.
Since 1998, Ken Morris has circled the famed Nordschleife course more than 1,800 times.
As much as Mark Reuss, a licensed road racer who created General Motors' Performance Division, relishes the fast lane, his appreciation for the carpool lane also runs deep.
GM CEO Mary Barra signaled that GM isn't planning any more major reductions to its geographic profile. Still, she said the company would aggressively pare costs everywhere it can.
A federal judge in Detroit may need to find someone else to oversee a compensation fund for victims of defective Takata airbags.
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