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There’s a new report that shows car buyers are finding problems with the new technology in vehicles that are designed to keep them safe. Phil LeBeau reports.
The U.S. trade representative’s office has reportedly denied electric car maker Tesla’s requests to waive tariffs on the car company’s China-made center screen and car computer on its Model 3.
General Motors announced it’s going to spend another $150 million to help increase production on their pick-up trucks line at their factory plant in Michigan. Phil LeBeau takes us along for the ride.
BMW opens up its first Mexican plant even as tensions between the U.S. and Mexico remain far from resolved. Our Phil LeBeau is at that plant with the latest.
There’s a new report that says average vehicle prices are at an all-time high. With this news plus the U.S. tariff tensions with both China and Mexico, we take a look at the state of the auto industry. Michelle Krebs, an executive analyst at Cox Automotive, joins us with this discussion.
People buying a new vehicle are borrowing more and paying more each month for their auto loan.
The tariff threat against Mexico may cost consumers where they least expected…their automobile insurance coverage. Contessa Brewer explains.
If the Mexican tariffs goes in effect, cars and trucks in the automobile sector will be greatly impacted. Phil LeBeau breaks down the numbers for us.
Fiat Chrysler and French automobile maker, Renault, are looking to merge to become the world’s 3rd largest automaker. Our Phil LeBeau breaks down this proposal.
Fiat Chrysler and Renault, two automakers looking to curb costs producing vehicles and pool resources for developing the next generation of automobiles, are planning a merger to create the world’s third largest automaker.
Ford Motor said Monday that it is laying off about 7,000 managers and other salaried employees, about 10% of its white collar workforce across the globe, as part of a restructuring plan designed to save the No. 2 automaker $600 million annually.
The Trump administration plans to delay auto tariffs by up to six months, stopping itself for now from widening global trade disputes, sources told CNBC.
The Justice Department has launched a criminal investigation in a matter relating to Ford Motor’s emissions certification process.
There’s a new car that’s turning heads at the New York Auto Show worth about $3 million and it’s already sold out. Robert Frank gives a close look at this new car in demand.
Are automakers embracing electronic vehicles and what type of luxury brand electric cars may be in the market in the near future? Phil LeBeau reports from the New York International Auto Show.