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With interest rates continuing to fall, that means we’re seeing lower rates on auto loans which is now making dealers looking to clear out its 2018 models. Phil LeBeau reports.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) pulled Tesla up on claims regarding the safety of its Model 3 sedan.
General Motors posted a solid earnings quarter where the automobile maker company saw strong demand sales in North America to offset its weak sales in China. Phil LeBeau reports.
Tesla owners may be able to stream video from YouTube and Netflix on their car’s touchscreen display.
The auto industry is going through a transition period but how will this affect the major automobile manufacturers’ earnings? Matt Delorenzo, who’s a Senior Managing Editor at Kelley Blue Book, gives us his analysis.
Honda drivers in the U.S. who use the auto firm’s “cloud-based connected car system” can now get their Amazon parcels delivered to the trunk of their car.
General Motors makes big changes to its classic Corvette in an effort to court new buyers. Phil LeBeau has more for us.
Electric mopeds are seen in parts of New York City as part of a scooter sharing program. Rahel Solomon explains.
Auto maker Renault and the Jiangling Motors Corporation Group (JMCG) have officially set up a joint venture for electric vehicles in China.
General Motors CEO and Chairman Mary Barra on Tuesday pleaded for United Auto Workers union leaders to assist, not hinder, the company’s ongoing restructuring efforts to better position GM for the future.
It’s been more than two decades since the last major auto union strike but the UAW and the big three automakers are currently in labor talks and most agree it could get contentious. Phil LeBeau reports.
Ford and Volkswagen are teaming up to build electric and autonomous vehicles. What’s the goal of this partnership and when can we expect to see these automobiles on the road? Phil LeBeau reports.
New report out of Mexico shows the United States is importing a large amount of cars and trucks from their neighbors south of the border. Phil LeBeau breaks down the numbers for us.
Mexican factories sent 1.37 million vehicles north of the border during the first half of this year — making up 16.3% of the U.S. auto market
We look back at the life and legacy of automobile executive Lee Iacocca. Phil LeBeau reports.