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Some, but not all, Dodge dealers are seeking market adjustments that would nearly double the price for the limited-edition drag racer.
BMW of North America says it is investigating claims of racism and sexism in its Mini division after a decadelong temporary worker lodged a federal complaint.
The Chevy Impala -- one of GM's longest-running and most-recognized names, a car that logged more than 1 million U.S. sales in 1965 -- appears unlikely to survive much longer.
Alberto Bombassei, the man behind those bright red and yellow Brembo brake calipers, joined three other legends into the Automotive Hall of Fame.
A review of the data points to a company that either didn't accurately know what it was selling month to month or was playing fast and loose with its fleet sales.
The reality of NAFTA after 23 years of integration is that no single country can dictate new terms for the deal, because all have much to lose, from manufacturing in Mexico and agricultural exports in the U.S. Midwest to dairy products and lumber streaming out of Canada.
Across segments from subcompact to full-size, average transaction prices for SUVs and crossovers in the first half of 2017 ran well higher than similar-size sedans and hatchbacks, an analysis of Kelley Blue Book data shows.
The $129,000 EMotion EV -- due out in 2019 -- is touted as having a top speed of 161 mph, a more than 400-mile electric range and rapid-charging capabilities of 125 miles in 9 minutes.
The legislation borrows heavily from the wish list of automakers and tech companies that want leeway to operate on highways without being tied too closely to rules designed for vehicles controlled by humans.
Infiniti has killed its QX70 midsize crossover, effective immediately, as it prepares to shift more attention to other crossovers.
The link between Jaguar's battery-powered I-Pace crossover and its V-8-powered, 200 mph Project 8 performance sedan is aerodynamics.
The X class, Mercedes' first pickup, will hit dealerships in Germany starting in November and will then be rolled out to South Africa, Australia and New Zealand in 2018 and Latin America the following year. There are no plans for the U.S.
Ford's F-150 police responder is the industry's first pursuit-rated pickup
Toyota Camry's chief engineer sings the virtues of V-6 power as rival Honda switches to a downsized turbo.
About 30 vehicles belonging to service customers were destroyed in a blaze at a Michigan dealership. Officials said the fire was caused by spilled cleaning supplies.
Ford Motor Co. has overhauled its design team amid new CEO Jim Hackett's quest to transform the automaker into a leaner, quicker-thinking organization.
GPB Capital, a private-equity group, has quietly grown to 66 dealerships. Now they're ready to start talking about who they are and how they operate.
When vans come in for service, they typically require more attention than noncommercial vehicles because they generally perform more demanding work with heavier loads.
I do believe we need a redo in our industry, but I also think the manufacturers have it wrong.
The mistake manufacturers make is they don't allow market-appropriate facilities. What makes sense in a major market can be a financial death sentence in flyover country.
Governments get mad when you fail to comply with their rules and regulations, doubly so when you intentionally break them.
Dealers' being attuned to their local conditions and needs is one of the fundamental benefits of the franchised dealership system. Carmakers never should have forgotten that.
One can feel the stress inherent in the franchise system -- stress that is certainly felt by manufacturers but especially by dealers.
I am updating my dealership. I agree with certain aspects of the manufacturer's plan, but I find it wasteful to replace 5,900 square feet of showroom tile.
Data management and consumer behavior tracking companies will gather tons of user and vehicle information in the emerging ecosystem of mobility options. Missing from the forecasts is what role, if any, franchised dealerships will have.
Though lidar technology solves many problems of current sensor technology, it still hasn't met the requirements for mass production for vehicles — even after decades of development.
Vehicle subscription services are emerging as a new slice of the car-sharing market, and industry leaders are still trying to figure out which model will work best.
Nearly a decade after the last industry downturn forced General Motors to delay development work on its next-generation crossovers, they're finally reaching dealerships.
Redesigned versions of four GM crossovers are hitting dealerships this year, giving dealers plenty of fresh product in several of the industry's hottest and most profitable segments.
For now, the brand must get by with one crossover, one SUV and a bunch of sedans that are all nearly the same size.
The nearly complete transformation of Buick's lineup has created a brand that gets more than three quarters of its U.S. sales from a trio of crossovers.
More than three quarters of Buick's U.S. sales now come from the Encore and two larger crossovers. The changes have helped Buick double its global sales volume since 2010.
Audi has sharply reduced the amount of aluminum in the bodyshell of its new A8.
You can tell Ian Callum's design crew at Jaguar is having fun these days by looking at the Easter eggs on its new crossover.
Here's a classic view of New York automobile ownership from 1964, when Ford was rolling out the first Mustang to raves.
Sergio Marchionne's protestations aside, Ferrari may be working on a crossover.
Hyundai learned a lesson on its outgoing Sonata having to do with too much of a good thing.
A recent study ranked 100 U.S. markets in terms of best and worst cities to drive a car