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The increase in monthly payments for new vehicles is not surprising given the rise in interest rates.
Ford is facing the daunting prospect of seeing a major drop in the supply of its best selling and most profitable vehicle, the F-150 pickup truck.
The numbers show automakers are not slowing down final production at plants in Mexico, despite threats from the Trump Administration.
New data show a big decline in the number of subprime auto loans issued in the third quarter.
Phil LeBeau rides in one of Alphabet subsidiary Waymo’s self-driving minivans.
The shift from taxis to ride-sharing companies may have hit a tipping point in New York, while Lyft continues to show impressive growth.
Cadillac’s CT6 will offer its Super Cruise technology this fall, which could be a game changer for the luxury car maker.
The initial quality of vehicles is better than ever, according to J.D. Power and Associates annual survey of new vehicle owners.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg says hypersonic jets may become a reality in the next decade.
Lenders and finance companies have dramatically pulled back the number of loans they issue to borrowers with the poorest credit records.
Hyperloop One unveiled nine European routes it could eventually develop for the hyperloop.
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, some of the smallest cars on the road have the highest driver fatality rates.
A source familiar with the plan told CNBC Ford’s cuts will involve primarily salaried workers in North America and Asia.
Bill Ford’s comments come amid reports the automaker’s board is scrutinizing the business plan of CEO Mark Fields.
Ford is laying off 130 workers and cutting production of its medium-duty pickup trucks in Avon Lake, Ohio.