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GM wrings more pickups out of busy plant

GM's Wentzville, Mo., plant is trimming lunch breaks and hiring extra weekend staff to fill surprisingly strong demand for its midsize pickups and commercial vans.  » READ

NHTSA's Rosekind lays down the law, and the industry is rattled


Wrangler will still use steel, Sergio says


Automotive News adds reporter


Kansas City bids to become EV mecca


Will Nissan's big gamble on Maxima pay off?


Can 4th-gen MX-5 Miata renew interest in small sporty cars?


Ford Explorer Platinum aims at high-end competitors


Now, Nissan will build up products, tech


BMW to build X2 crossover, report says


Chrysler awd minivan debate: Electrify axle or drop Stow 'n Go


Hyundai boss Zuchowski sees green light for small pickup


Redesigned Mazda2 hatchback sits out U.S.


JLR aiming high with SVO unit


Mazda's new mantra: 'Driving Matters'


Long wait, quick win for Florida Audi dealer


An exception for skilled workers


Lear: 'Facts speak for themselves'


Auctions focus on high-quality vehicle images


Buyers emerge for auction companies


Dealers can't even touch some hot brands




Lessons from a self-driving instructor


Audi boss focuses on SUVs to win consumers' hearts


Software issues hold back some Renegades


California dealers sue TrueCar


Borgward's revival plan comes into focus


California bends but doesn't yield on ZEVs


Can dealership make this SUV fit for a horse? Of course


Detroit returns to Tokyo auto show with Jeep


Ford makes over another icon by going aluminum


Now that's what we call a hands-on executive