Challenger outmuscled in crash testsMon, 30, May 2016
The Dodge Challenger may be the fastest and most powerful American muscle car, but in crash tests, the coupe, which is in its ninth year, isn't keeping pace with its rivals, the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.
Challenger trails Mustang, Camaro in crash tests, IIHS saysTue, 24, May 2016
The Dodge Challenger may be the fastest and most powerful American muscle car, but in crash tests, the sports coupe, which is in its ninth year, isn't keeping pace with its rivals, the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.
GM offers debit cards to owners of crossovers with inflated mpg ratingsFri, 20, May 2016
General Motors will offer owners of 2016 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave crossovers debit cards worth $450 to $1,500 to compensate them for buying the vehicles with inflated fuel-economy estimates.
GM's Cruise Automation tests autonomous Bolt EVsFri, 20, May 2016
General Motors and Cruise Automation have begun testing autonomous prototypes of the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle. Photos show a white Bolt driving in front of a camouflaged one down the street from Cruise Automation, the San Francisco autonomous vehicle startup that GM bought in March.
The pace car? What else but a ChevroletMon, 23, May 2016
It has been a long time since anything other than a Chevrolet or General Motors vehicle was the official pace car of the Indy 500 - 1996 to be exact.
GM to compensate crossover buyers for mpg errorWed, 18, May 2016
General Motors is hashing out a plan to compensate nearly 170,000 owners of 2016 model large crossovers purchased with window stickers that overstated their fuel economy, just as the first lawsuit over the matter was filed in federal court.
GM grounds large '16 crossovers with overstated EPA mileage labelsFri, 13, May 2016
General Motors instructed dealers to stop selling about 60,000 Chevrolet Traverse, GMC Acadia and Buick Enclave large crossovers as the company scrambles to replace incorrect EPA labels that overstate the 2016 vehicles' fuel-economy ratings.
Chevy marketing rides on 'Real People' powerMon, 09, May 2016
Chevrolet hired Tim Mahoney three years ago to help revitalize the image of the brand, which was still licking its wounds from General Motors' 2009 bankruptcy. Since then, he has overseen the global rollout of Chevy's "Find New Roads" marketing theme, which he says is the brand's first cohesive marketing effort in decades.
Employees stay, and the business takes offMon, 09, May 2016
Keeping employee turnover low is key to Bomnin Chevrolet's success. Doing so contributes to its repeat and customer referral business which accounts for 30 to 40 percent of its sales. That in turn helped the dealership increase new-vehicle sales by 29 percent last year.
GM learns to exploit its scaleMon, 09, May 2016
There is mounting evidence that GM, ever the stumbling giant, finally is getting out of its own way, leveraging its size and scale in ways that its competitors probably hoped it never would.
GM sales drop 3.5% as rental sales slide; retail deliveries rise 12th straight monthTue, 03, May 2016
GM's April sales fell 3.5 percent, amid another big drop in deliveries to rental companies. GM sold 259,557 vehicles last month. Its retail sales rose for the 12th straight month, up 3.3 percent, to 200,656, driven by strong demand for pickups and SUVs.
GMC's redesigned '18 Terrain ditches toaster profileTue, 03, May 2016
The next-generation GMC Terrain will lose its toaster-shaped silhouette, new spy photos indicate. Pictures of a camouflaged Terrain caught in testing show the compact crossover adopting a sleeker, less-upright shape with a raked windshield and what looks to be a lower roofline.