Auto Industry

Chrysler to Offer Stop-Start Feature on Two Models

Chrysler will improve fuel economy on the 200 sedan and Jeep Cherokee by offering its stop-start technology.


Ford to Reveal New Vehicle

Ford is in the midst of its most aggressive launch schedule in decades, introducing 16 vehicles in North America this year compared with five in 2013.


Harley Takes Electric Motorcycle on the Road

Harley-Davidson is taking its recently unveiled electric motorcycle for a consumer test drive called Project LiveWire.


Fiat Chrysler Names First Members to Board

Fiat on Monday named the first three directors of a new board for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in a merger plan filed with a regulatory arm of the Italian chamber of commerce.


Honda, Mazda, Nissan Recall Cars for Faulty Airbags

Honda, Mazda and Nissan joined the recall bandwagon by recalling a total of 2.9 million cars with faulty airbags manufactured by supplier Takata Corp.


Ford Transit Van Calls for Special Rail Cars

Getting rail cars that can handle the increased roof height of the full-size Ford Transit van was among challenges Ford faced as it made plans to build and sell the vehicle in the U.S.


Ford Unveils New Air Bag on 2015 Mustang

The new air bag in Ford's 2015 Mustang is smaller and lighter, which makes for a roomier interior.


Harley-Davidson Introduces Electric Motorcycle

The times are changing with Harley-Davidson unveiling its first electric motorcycle next week in New York.


Porsche Is Top Brand in New Car Quality Survey

Porsche topped the latest new car quality survey but consumers are reporting more problems with new cars and trucks this year.


Ford Sending Checks to Some Car Owners

Ford is mailing checks to owners of Ford and Lincoln vehicles because of inaccurate fuel economy ratings.


Congress Presses GM on Internal Report's Findings

A House subcommittee heard testimony Wednesday from GM CEO Mary Barra and attorney Anton Valukas, who recently completed an internal investigation on the recall of 2.6 million Chevrolet Cobalts and other cars.


GM Sales, Resale Value Weathering Recalls

Consumers looking for a used car aren't shying away from General Motors, despite recalls of more than 20 million GM cars and trucks this year.


Tennessee VW Plant May Assemble Two SUVs

The Chattanooga, Tenn., plant is reportedly going to build a midsize sport utility vehicle and a smaller SUV as well.


GM Recalls Another 3.1 Million Vehicles

General Motors is recalling 3.16 million vehicles for a defect similar tot he deadly ignition switch flaw.


Fiat Board Approves Terms of Merger

Fiat's board has approved merger terms that will allow the Italian automaker to become a subsidiary of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V., a new company to be organized in the Netherlands.


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