Downsized engines a test for GM pickups
Ford's success with its V-6 EcoBoost engines has proved that V-8 engines aren't necessarily the default choice for pickup buyers. The question now is: How low can you go?
Take the money and run
National Auto Auction Association member auctions sold 10 million vehicles in 2017, up 2.5% from 2016, the association's annual survey found.
Turbo is key for Subaru's new big crossover
The 2019 Subaru Ascent, the newest nameplate in the automaker's lineup, relies on a newly developed engine and transmission.
GUEST COMMENTARY: John M. DeCicco
Why aren't automakers connecting better with green-minded consumers?
Not enough attention is being paid to environmentally minded consumers and conventional vehicles that could cater to their needs and political values.
Crosstrek becomes new workhorse for Subaru
The Crosstrek, which began life as a lifted Impreza hatchback in 2012, has turned into a sales workhorse for Subaru of America.
BMW bets on iNext in autonomous race with Mercedes
BMW offered a glimpse of its futuristic self-driving iNext car as the automaker seeks to gain momentum in the race to overtake rival Mercedes in luxury car sales.
Inventories creep up as summer approaches
Total inventory was up on May 1, but the industrywide days supply retreated slightly from a year ago thanks to a strong selling rate.
Profit drop in once reliable N.A. drags down Subaru
North America, long the earnings engine for Subaru, suddenly turned into a drag on global profits amid spiraling incentives due to increased crossover competition.
COMMENTARY: Keith Crain
Everyone finds the hidden jewels
My guess is that it has been going on for years — new-car dealers have been making more money on used cars than new. It has been the industry's great secret.
Ferrari dealership in Michigan completes $5 million expansion
The only Ferrari dealership in Michigan showed off a $5 million expansion when it opened for business Monday inside a 53,000-square-foot store in the Detroit suburbs.
Cadillac's virtual reality project has 'no limits,' innovation head says
Dealers can get a head start marketing Cadillac's XT4 compact premium crossover not with traditional on-site inventory, but instead with virtual reality.
Used-car retailer Carvana Q1 net loss expands
Online used-car retailer Carvana's first-quarter net loss widened to nearly $53 million, while revenue and vehicle sales both more than doubled to records.
PSA pins hopes on EU after Trump quits Iran deal
European leaders sought to salvage the nuclear pact with Iran after President Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the accord, threatening investments in Iran by companies including PSA and Renault.
Audi targets 800,000 electric, hybrid car sales in 2025
Audi said it plans to sell about 800,000 battery-electric and hybrid-powered cars in 2025, when it also expects to generate an operating profit of $1.2 billion.
Toyota quarterly profit jumps 43% on cost cutting, lower expenses
Toyota's operating profit surged 43 percent in the latest quarter as cost cutting, lower selling outlays and falling warranty expenses offset unfavorable foreign exchange rates and helped pilot the automaker to a record full-year net income.
ADESA's parent posts 30% Q1 profit gain
Net income at KAR Auction Services, parent of ADESA auctions, jumped 30 percent in the first quarter largely on a sharp drop in income taxes.
Conventional fuel providers say EV incentives put them at disadvantage
Representatives for the oil, biofuel and fuel retail industries told a House panel that state and federal governments are giving the EV market preferential treatment -- at their expense.