General Motors CEO Mary Barra said she doesn't plan to fire anybody else over the delayed recall of cars with defective ignition switches.
Fiat Chrysler will begin selling Jeeps in India before the end of next year, said the automaker's head of international operations and Jeep.
Engines of 26 historic cars, trucks and minivans roared, rumbled and sputtered in Rochester Hills, Mich., as the brand started by brothers John and Horace Dodge in 1914 celebrated its centennial.
Analysts are predicting that General Motors' June U.S. sales will underperform the overall auto industry, but not because of having to recall 20 million cars and trucks this year.
The nearly 17-foot-long Mazda CX-9 crossover SUV drives as if it's smaller than it is.
Ford unveiled the 2015 Edge midsize crossover in North America and Europe, with plans to offer a longer three-row version for China.
Major U.S. automobile manufacturers released their January domestic sales data on Monday, with GM and Ford reporting poor results but Chrysler announcing a great month.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' sales increased 8 percent in January from a year earlier despite a deep freeze and multiple snowstorms, but Ford blamed the weather for a 7 percent drop in its sales for the month.
General Motors says its U.S. sales fell 12 percent last month as harsh weather kept customers out of its dealerships in several regions.
With its three Super Bowl commercials, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles logged a performance that will be talked about as inspirational and hotly debated.
Ford is adding 350 jobs at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville because it can't make enough F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks to keep up with demand.
Ford has joined a long list of companies signing an Obama administration pledge to remove barriers that may keep unemployed job seekers from applying or being hired.
Honda's quarterly profit doubled from a year earlier as sales got a big perk from a weak yen.
Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne announced that all salaried and hourly workers in the U.S. will be getting a performance award or profit-sharing checks based on the company's performance in 2013.
Ford reported $3 billion in net income for the fourth quarter and will pay a record $8,800 in profit sharing to its 47,000 UAW workers.