Ford will record $295 million Q1 hit from two N.A. recalls

Ford said it will take a $295 million hit to its first-quarter earnings from two recalls announced Wednesday, one involving engines that could catch fire and the other involving a persistent door latch problem.

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Fiat Chrysler faces French probe for emissions violations, report says

A French prosecutor opened an investigation into FCA over allegations that the carmaker skirted diesel emissions tests, Reuters reported.


How one man triggered a GM recall

Saturn Sky owner Troy Lyman's 67-page report on airbag sensor failures caused a recall of two General Motors cars. Before Lyman, the automaker and the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration had not acted.

Natural gas vehicles a practical solution

With more effective regulation, natural gas vehicles can allow the U.S. to meet clean air and energy independence goals, Subaru of America co-founder Harvey Lamm writes.

With EPA victory comes new uncertainty

Automakers face a new wild card in the form of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, whose views on climate change and federal power challenge the foundations of the landmark deal they struck with the government in 2012.