Misplace your car? No problem, just grab a new one from the vending machine.
GM says global demand is up more than 40 percent for the first 6 months.
Truck, SUV and crossover sales remain strong.
It's refunding twice as many deposits as it's taking in, according to Second Measure.
Hyundai adds exterior and interior perks, safety tech to boost sales of the midsize sedan.
Yesterday we told you about Honda's production launch of the all-new 2019 Insight in Indiana. That comes after the hybrid spent five years wandering in the automotive wilderness and following a $61.5 million investment to prepare plants in Ohio and Indiana for more electrified vehicles. Today, Honda responded to Autoblog with some comments about its expectations for the resurrected nameplate.
April was a dismal month for most automakers, with sales declines that ranged from 4.7 percent for Ford to a whopping 28 percent for Nissan. So here comes mighty little Subaru, which claimed the month as the best April in its history.
Fiat Chrysler is spending more than $300 million to fix production issues with the new 2019 Ram 1500 pickup as the plant where it's built is running below capacity and suppliers reportedly struggle to keep up with building it and the 2018 version simultaneously.
Ford's announcement that it will stop investing in its lineup of sedans in North America and instead fill out its portfolio with more trucks, SUVs and commercial vehicles raises the question of what crosstown rival GM will do with its own fleet of cars. Or maybe, when it will do it. And by "it," we don't mean, "invest heavily in a new generation."
Cadillac is once again defending its full-size luxury Escalade SUV from assault by the hot-selling Lincoln Navigator, offering $10,000 discounts to some current customers to keep them from switching brands.
Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover will cut around 1,000 jobs and production at two of its English factories due to a fall in sales caused by uncertainty around Brexit and confusion over diesel policy, a source told Reuters.
A $25 million investment adds to $900 million already announced to meet demand for the hot-selling full-size SUVs.
A good year for Mitsubishi.
Toyota's hybrid sales continue to decline, while Ford's, Honda's level off
New evidence that non-employee customer orders are starting to be filled — just in time for Christmas.
"In many places we are still too slow, too bureaucratic and too hierarchical."
Hybrids, plug-ins show strong gains at the three-quarter mark, with Fusion Hybrid, Chevy Bolt leading the way.