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With dealers eager to unload inventory, Black Friday specials abound.
Stratim Founder and CEO Sean Behr is focused 2019, the year he expects more consumers to turn to autonomous driving services.
Cadillac is expanding its all-inclusive subscription car service to Los Angeles and Dallas, the company said Monday.
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.
New technology in cars and trucks is making them less reliable, a Consumer Reports survey found.
The Polestar 1 is aimed at some of the same customers targeted by makers such as Tesla.
Phil LeBeau reports on why a strike at one of General Motor’s Canada plants is being closely watched.
“Thousands upon thousands of vehicles have been destroyed,” says the CEO of the nation’s largest dealer chain.
Robert Frank reports from the Pebble Beach Auctions on this year’s top lots, and what may be causing the slowdown in the classic cars market.
A new set of crash tests questions Tesla’s claim that the Model S is the safest car in history.
Wall Street is increasingly worried over Tesla’s sales results and future competition from other automakers.
Cadillac’s CT6 will offer its Super Cruise technology this fall, which could be a game changer for the luxury car maker.
The safety recall will impact approximately 400,000 2015-17 Ford Transit van or bus vehicles, Ford Motor announced Wednesday.
The initial quality of vehicles is better than ever, according to J.D. Power and Associates annual survey of new vehicle owners.