Mazda Canada recalls nearly 90,000 vehicles over seat problems
A combined 86,733 units of the Mazda2 and Mazda3 from the 2010 and 2011 model years are being recalled because the mechanism that adjusts the height and inclination is faulty.
Ontario dealers worry they might soon have to pay for tire recycling
Ontario will close its tire recycling agency at the end of 2018, leaving the province's auto dealers association “very concerned” about how used tires will be disposed of and who will pay for it.
Hacking hoax tests security protocols
A claim that a team of hackers had gained access to troves of dealerships' sensitive consumer data spooked dealership software giants. The claim was a hoax.
Bob White, one of the founders of the Canadian Auto Workers, died at the age of 81. Michigan dealer Dick Huvaere died at the age of 72.
How to get kids to care about the future of cars
Start children on the path to becoming the next great automotive inventor -- with advice from Tony Fadell, a co-creator of some of Apple's biggest products.
A look at dealer awards handed out to Ford, Honda and Mazda dealerships.
GUEST COMMENTARY: Ralf Lamberti
How to keep patent trolls at bay
Patent trolls seek out automotive patents because they're lucrative. There are ways to deal with them.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Chicago Auto Show memories roar back
The Chicago auto show was inspiring, writes one reader.
Toyota opts for its own Entune over Apple CarPlay, Android Auto for infotainment
Toyota says its recently upgraded Entune 3.0 infotainment and app suite is a better alternative for the brand and replicates many of the features and applications in the Apple and Google products.
Taking the car out after 40 years
An old Jeep Wagoneer was left in a beachfront garage out toward the end of Cape Cod in the 1970s. And As long-term parking goes, this could have gone better.
You didn't build that. But you helped.
People end up paying a lot just for the badge on a luxury vehicle or sports car.
Using their noggins to avoid Noggles
The chief engineer of the 2018 GMC Terrain challenged interior designers to step up their efforts in keeping with the new exterior design.
Mendel's next move: Spirited retirement
John Mendel approached American Honda CEO Toshiaki Mikoshiba nine months ago to put his departure in motion.
COMMENTARY: Dave Guilford
New GM is real, but hasn't shed some old habits
There's a new General Motors today aggressively reshaping itself to compete in the emerging connectivity-car sharing-autonomous space. But sometimes it's difficult to see New GM. Old GM gets in the way.
Errant email lands Uber in court
Waymo said an inadvertent email sent its way gave it enough evidence to sue Uber for intellectual property theft
XC40 strongly resembles Volvo family members
Volvo's XC40 baby crossover won't be all that different from its larger siblings.
Carlos Ghosn, in his own words
Comments from Carlos Ghosn for interviews with Automotive News over the years
Six daring products that Ghosn championed
As Nissan CEO, Carlos "Le Cost Cutter" Ghosn has been a tough sell for product planners. He's been notorious for grilling his teams with difficult questions that demonstrated he did his own research. But since his 1999 arrival, Ghosn has signed off on some daring product initiatives -- sometimes green-lighted not because of their potential sales volume but because they strengthened Nissan's brand identity. Some examples:
Wanted man: Jobs he might have had
The partnership that Carlos Ghosn orchestrated turned him into a superstar who nearly became General Motors' savior a decade ago and who was courted twice by Ford Motor Co.
Ghosn's 18 years of epic battles
In the course of running Nissan Motor Co. for 18 years, Carlos Ghosn has racked up a long list of battles and dramas, many of them at his own instigation.