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Recalls

Loose bolt has caused at least two accidents and an injury

It affects 2014 to 2018 models.

Official

Chevrolet returns to the really big truck game

These trucks boast some interesting new features.

Breaking

It plans to bring its first car to U.S. market in 2020

It plans to bring its first car to U.S. market in 2020

Official

The vacancy kicked off a chain of internal shuffles.

He'll also be the Ford Group vice president.

Official

It will work with almost every toll system in America

No more ugly tags and boxes on your windshield.

Report

Part of Volkswagen's two-new-models-a-year product plan.

It needs to separate itself further from the Jetta.

ETC

Industry officials say Trump trade officials may be coming around on rules of origin.

Automakers say NAFTA collapse would cost them $10B a year and eliminate 50,000 U.S. auto parts jobs

Comparo

Comparing the new Ford with the U.S. midsize pickup market

These midsize trucks are very similar on paper.

Detroit

It at least will probably get the efficiency part right

Kia is aiming for 35 mpg overall.

Official

It will respond by touch or the car's voice controls

Official

Enthusiasts can look forward to Passat GT and new Jetta GLI

The reason is that crossovers just keep selling.

Recalls

A seat adjustment bolt could come loose, increasing risk of injury in a crash.

The recall affects vehicles built in the first half of 2016.

Official

It'll hurt automakers and U.S. workers, they say.

The 70 representatives are from states with auto plants.

Official

But year to date, GM's stock is up nearly 30 percent, while Ford is down almost 1 percent.

But year to date, GM's stock is up nearly 30 percent, while Ford is down almost 1 percent.

Official

The whole sector aligns against him in a new coalition.

The whole sector aligns against him in a new coalition.

Official

It picks up a lot from the A8.

It goes on sale in Germany next February.

Exclusive

First-ever U.S.-specific content requirement of 50 percent proposed.

First-ever U.S.-specific content requirement of 50 percent proposed.

Study

If tariffs go back up, jobs will go to China, study says

If tariffs go back up, jobs will go to China, study says.

Report

U.S. Chamber of Commerce accuses Trump of "poison pill proposals"

Trade experts say the NAFTA talks are likely to stall in the face of aggressive U.S. attempts to sharply increase content requirements for autos and auto parts.

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