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GM hustles to make the Malibu competitive

Car executives typically don't talk about future models more than a year before they hit showrooms for fear of dampening enthusiasm for the current one. But in the case of the Chevrolet Malibu, there's not much enthusiasm to dampen.  » READ
 

Nissan tops 100,000 sales in Canada for first time, gains market share

 

CarMax says Q3 net income rose 22% to $130 million

 

Volvo to skip most auto shows; focus will be on Detroit, Geneva, China

 

Retired rentals ding prices

 

Nissan: Gas prices not a sales drain

 

Smaller supply for big month

 

Where are the GM program vehicles?

 

Fleet and retail even out as year end nears

 

Porche 918 Spyder sold out; Americans are top buyers

 

2014 U.S. sales tightest races

 

Stagnant wages are a drag on new-car sales

 

Jeep drives 25% of U.S. sales gains

 

Head-shaking over Americans' car buying

 

Lack of 2014 retired rental units buoy Nov. auction prices

 

AutoNation sales up 6% in November

 

Chrysler closes in on Ford in Canada

 

Setting the stage for a 'huge' December

 

Light trucks, holiday discounts drive volume up 5%

 

Thanksgiving deals, trucks lift Toyota

 

Mercedes wins November U.S. luxury crown, trails BMW for annual title

 

Honda sets November record on crossover volume; Acura gains 2%

 

Hyundai falls 4% as small cars tumble

 

Ford warns of more U.S. declines as F-150 ramp-up begins

 

Chrysler volume jumps 20% as 11 of 21 models set records

 

GM’s revamped truck lineup fuels 6% advance

 

Nissan slips as older models change over

 

Black Friday deals could siphon some auto sales from December

 

TLX delivering on sales and image, Acura says

 

Recalls: Dealers in the hot seat

 

$2 gasoline in sight for some U.S. drivers as OPEC resists cuts

 

Discounts, falling gas prices driving Nov. sales higher

 

Lexus' Bracken says 300,000 U.S. sales 'is within our grasp' this year

 

Fiat takes on 'Fix It Again, Tony' in spot for the 500X

 

Hyundai-Kia says it will sell record 8 million vehicles globally in 2014

 

Now that's what I call a comeback

 

Structural damage or fender bender?

 

Next phase of multiplatform sales? Hold your horses

 

Two-car households will decline, KPMG report predicts

 

More car buyers are OK with dealer texting, survey says

 

NADA sees 2015 U.S. sales nearing 17 million vehicles

 

Financial openness can beat the lowest pricing, dealer says

 

Manheim stocks used cars for Sonic

 

How remarketers get the most from off-lease vehicles

 

Stocks rise; spiffs ahead?

 

GM's Shop-Click-Drive sales are climbing

 

Hertz to restate results, change fleet-purchase strategy

 

Mercedes, Mini top J.D. Power sales satisfaction rankings

 

Subaru to hit North America sales target ahead of plan

 

Sales are up and the mix is rich