There's a new sheriff in town and it wears a blue oval -- or does it?
In automotive lore, GM President Charles Erwin Wilson famously said: "What's good for General Motors is good for the country."
To avoid a meltdown in 2006, Ford Motor Co. mortgaged the farm putting up its assets – including its Blue Oval logo, and F-150 pickup and iconic Mustang trademarks – to secure $23.5 billion in credit.
With the Detroit Three, European and Japanese and South Korean automakers all posting big profits again, just who is buying all those new cars?
A Chrysler Group run at the U.S. luxury car market would be an uphill battle, several industry analysts said.
A used Toyota Prius is doing something very few vehicles ever do: appreciating in value, a car value research group said.
As gas prices reach $4 a gallon in many U.S. cities, more drivers are buying cars with smaller engines to save fuel and money, analysts say.
Ford Motor Co. may soon retire its Mercury brand to focus its efforts on Ford and Lincoln brands, U.S. auto industry analysts say.
The Honda Odyssey is pushing the Dodge Caravan for the top spot in U.S. minivan sales as Dodge dealers see a sharp decline in sales of their leading models.
Honda Motor Co. will stop making the hybrid version of its Accord sedan at the end of the model year due to poor sales, the No. 2 Japanese automaker said.