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Two leading auto industry research firms released estimates Friday for U.S. auto sales in the month of September and for the third quarter.
Auto sales in the European Union have been fallen even further than they have in the United States in the first eight months of this year.
When new car sales for July are announced next week, the numbers are expected to be better than in the past four months, but still add up to a decline of nearly 15% compared to 2019 sales.
New car sales have dropped by about a third in the second quarter of this year as buyers had to deal with the effects of the pandemic. Carmakers and dealers revved up their online appeals, but most...
The brand Americans are least likely to buy when they replace their old car with a new one is much-maligned Fiat.
It's sturdy. It's inexpensive. It only comes in four-wheel drive. And it does have not a lot of models.
Customer loyalty is the holy grail for automakers. Building that loyalty costs money and takes time. New research from J.D. Power shows which automakers have the most loyal customers.
Ford launched the first new Bronco models in nearly 25 years on Monday.
The Detroit Three automakers are having a lousy year that is not expected to improve much. But what about next year, and the year after that? Which one is better positioned to claw back profits in a...
Second-quarter sales from the three major U.S. carmakers fell by more than a third year over year. A recovery in May and June could fizzle though and the summer could be a bust for manufacturers and...
Tesla announced Thursday that it delivered more than 90,000 vehicles in the second quarter despite the fact that its California plant was closed for 41 days due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than two dozen state and local governments along with several environmental groups and five automakers have indicated their intention to file briefs in a lawsuit against the EPA related to...
Debt rating agency Moody's has downgraded some $130 billion in automakers' debt.
Automaker Fiat Chrysler is reportedly near a deal for $7.1 billion in Italian-government backed loans to guarantee liquidity as the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. But the deal may be...
The pandemic has caused supply and demand problems for Ford and damaged consumer confidence.