Volvo, Toyota Steering Clear of Questions on Uber Crash's Impact
VW Plans Second SUV at U.S. Factory as Trump Snipes at Germans
Harley Braces for More Trump Trade Harm After His Pledge to Help
Trump Tweet Has Car-Dealer Group Warning `No One Wins' Trade War
Toyota said that the administration’s decision will “adversely impact” auto companies by raising costs of cars.
The U.S. auto market is supposed to be contracting, but it seems nobody told premium carmakers.
Fed Hikes Adding to Highest U.S. Car-Loan Rates in Eight Years
Jeep Surge Paces Fiat Chrysler's Better-Than-Expected U.S. Sales
Global Auto Sales Poised for Record, No Thanks to North America
Ford Will Pump Out More Profitable Big SUVs to Fund Its Future
AutoNation Looks Other Way When Applicants Test Positive for Pot
Ford's Latecomer SUV Exemplifies Need for CEO's Urgent Overhaul
Trump Did GM and Ford's Foes a Major Favor by Cutting U.S. Taxes
What will separate U.S. auto industry leaders and laggards in 2018? There’s a clear divide.
Ford Joins Fiat Chrysler With Slow Start to Year as Sales Drop
Harley Profit Slumps in Struggle to Get America Biking Again
Waymo Buys `Thousands' More Chrysler Vans for Driverless Service
Fiat Chrysler-UAW Scheme Didn't Corrupt Labor Deals, Union Says
Fiat Chrysler Keeps 2018 Forecast as SUV, Pickup Rollouts Set
Ex-Chrysler Executive Admits to Diverting Training Funds
Why the American Sedan Is Marked for Death