Toyota seeks to smooth supply streamNov. 21, 2016
No longer royalty in Japan, but still a cash cow in U.S.Nov. 5, 2016
This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Toyota Corolla, one of the world's best-selling cars. While it's been surpassed at home in Japan, the Corolla is still a cash cow in the United States, where it is the No.2 best-selling passenger car model so far this year, behind only the Toyota Camry.
AutoNews Now: AutoNation's beef with NissanOct. 31, 2016
Toyota recalls nearly 1.5 million cars in Europe over Takata airbagsOct. 26, 2016
Toyota gives Corolla nip, tuck, special edition for 50th birthdayMarch 29, 2016
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Hyundai's tech trickles down to ElantraNov. 18, 2015
Hyundai's sixth-generation Elantra will come crammed with safety and connectivity technology to fend off a newly redesigned Civic and Nissan Sentra. Like the larger Sonata, the new Elantra sheds some of its former curviness in lieu of clean lines, premium touches and Hyundai's signature hexagonal grille.
Union effort at Toyota Canada stirs to lifeMay 23, 2015
The April announcement that Toyota will move Corolla production from Canada to a new Mexican plant has rejuvenated a unionizing campaign aimed at the automaker. Unifor is hoping to drum up support for a vote by the end of the year to determine if factories in Cambridge and Woodstock, Ontario, will become Toyota's first unionized plants in North America.
Small-car production migrates to MexicoApril 20, 2015
Toyota's plan to build the Corolla at a new plant in Guanajuato is the latest sign that Mexico is becoming a giant in small cars. Amid a surge of automaking capacity, the nation is making its biggest impact on the production of compacts and subcompacts -- cars with narrow profit margins and wide appeal outside North America.
Honda readies 'epic' Civic with American pedigreeApril 1, 2015
Just three years after giving its Civic compact a major overhaul, Honda is doing it again. The company's latest compact is based on a new global platform with a distinctly American pedigree. The car's sporty turn is aimed at luring coveted Generation Y buyers now in their 20s and 30s.