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General Motors has dropped the Chevrolet City Express, a small work van which the automaker has marketed under a partnership with Nissan since 2014.
Five automakers and their supply chains are linking up with an Ohio analytics company to root out billions in industry logistics inefficiencies.
For some reason, factory executives continue to want a whole string of dealership improvements, regardless of whether they add to the dealership's sales numbers.
Canadian government customs provisions are expected to soften the blow on the country's powerful automotive industry from retaliatory tariffs on U.S. steel, according to trade lawyers.
Superficial similarities abound between the latest trade war with China and earlier, mostly failed campaigns against Japan. But striking differences also suggest Trump's gambit might have better leverage.
An exclusive chat with Denny Hecker: His journey from sales reject to megadealer; Descent into drugs, fraud charges, bankruptcy; Life behind bars; Helping others 'manage their success.'
Chevrolet's owners magazine looks back at the origins of the Blazer with last month's unveiling of a 2019 version as a midsize crossover.
Automotive News has appointed Amy Wilson news editor in charge of retail coverage, replacing James B. Treece, who is retiring; Angelina Czarnecki has joined the staff of Automotive News TV.
Subaru has big plans for growth in the U.S. market — as long as Trump's tariffs don't get in the way.
Musk labels rescue diver a pedophile in Twitter rant; CDK to acquire ELEAD1ONE; Opel diesel probe in Germany; Hecker: 'Not many sorrows'; 60 years of Autoweek.
Thanks to a blistering first-half pace, Ford Motor Co. might sell more big pickups in the U.S. this year than it ever has, shattering a 14-year-old record set at the height of the housing boom.
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