U.S. sales slip; SAAR falls to 16.13 million on Harvey impactSept. 1
U.S. light-vehicles sales slipped 1.8 percent last month and the seasonally adjusted, annualized pace of sales fell to the lowest level -- 16.13 million -- since February 2014 behind a late-month wallop from Hurricane Harvey.
Trucking industry, Navistar back U.S. self-driving legislationSept. 13
Year's end is facing glut of carsAug. 14
Sales drop 7% behind dips at Detroit 3, Nissan, HondaAug. 1
U.S. light-vehicle sales dropped 6.9 percent in July, the weakest showing yet in a year that is on track to generate the industry's first decline in volume since the 2008-09 market collapse. The SAAR dropped to 16.78 million, down more than 1 million from July 2016.
Sunny outlook persists as sales slide deepensAug. 7
At Enterprise, steering massive fleet is no easy featJuly 31
The market at midyearJuly 10
GM extends summer shutdown at 2 plants amid car slumpJune 14
GM is extending the normal two-week summer shutdowns at two U.S. assembly plants to as many as five weeks amid a slump in car demand and high inventories. The Lordstown, Ohio, factory builds the Chevrolet Cruze and the Fairfax, Kan., plant assembles the Chevrolet Malibu.