GM sales fall below 200,000 for first time since Jan. 2014Wed, 01, Feb 2017
Big declines for the Buick brand and the Chevrolet Malibu pushed General Motors' U.S. sales down 3.8 percent in January. It marked the first time that GM sold fewer than 200,000 vehicles in a month since January 2014. But company officials said the month's results are not a sign of weakening demand.
Chevy sees more gains in U.S. retail shareSat, 28, Jan 2017
GM cutting 600 jobs at Canada plant as GMC Terrain moves to MexicoFri, 27, Jan 2017
General Motors is cutting up to 600 jobs at its CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont., Canadian union Unifor said Friday. General Motors announced on Jan. 9 it would move production of its redesigned GMC Terrain to Mexico from Ingersoll.
Buick, GMC dealers are upbeat entering 2017Fri, 27, Jan 2017
Few auto brands had a better 2016 than Buick. For dealers who stuck with Buick through grim times, the accolades it's racking up and new customers it's attracting have completely changed their business from only a few years ago, says Robert Morris III, chairman of the Buick-GMC National Dealer Council.
Dice, floating roofs and Rhode Island: The early verdicts on 2018 GMC TerrainTue, 24, Jan 2017
General Motors continues to revamp its crossover lineup and is finally giving the GMC Terrain a makeover. The second-generation 2018 Terrain, unveiled at the Detroit auto show, is about 12 percent lighter than the outgoing version. GMC will also offer a 1.5-liter or 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine or a 1.6-liter turbodiesel. Here's what people are saying about the GMC Terrain.