Toyota says Sienna and Yaris get more USB ports, additional safety techWed, 22, Mar 2017
Cadillac offers 'vehicle subscription' service for $1,500 a month in NYCThu, 05, Jan 2017
Cadillac will launch a new “vehicle subscription” service next month that allows customers access to its vehicles for a flat monthly rate, no financing or leasing required. The Book by Cadillac service will launch Feb. 1 for drivers in the New York metropolitan area.
GM asks top U.S. Supreme Court to reverse ignition switch rulingTue, 13, Dec 2016
General Motors has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an appellate court's ruling that the automaker's 2009 bankruptcy does not shield it from lawsuits over a faulty ignition switch linked to at least 124 deaths and 275 injuries.
GM plans to invest $552 million in four operationsWed, 14, Dec 2016
General Motors plans to invest a combined $552 million at three operations in New York and one in Ohio, the automaker said today. The bulk of the investment, $333.7 million, is going toward three plants in New York.
Fiat heir Lapo Elkann arrested in New York over false reporting of incidentTue, 29, Nov 2016
Lapo Elkann, grandson of the late Fiat patriarch Gianni Agnelli, was arrested and charged in New York with falsely reporting an incident. Media reported that he was suspected of faking his own kidnapping.
Acquitted of murder, dealer wants storesSat, 12, Nov 2016
Lithia buys Carbone Auto Group, boosts Northeast presenceTue, 13, Sep 2016
Lithia Motors has bought the Carbone Auto Group in a deal estimated to produce $600 million in annual revenue. It also expands Lithia's operations to Vermont, while adding to its existing New York stores.
VW execs covered up diesel cheating, state lawsuits allegeTue, 19, Jul 2016
Senior VW executives including former CEO Martin Winterkorn covered up evidence that the German automaker cheated on U.S. diesel emissions tests for years, three U.S. states charged on Tuesday in civil lawsuits against the company.
GM puts sales-effectiveness ratings on hold in wake of N.Y. court rulingTue, 12, Jul 2016
General Motors is modifying its criteria for how it holds dealers accountable for their sales performance -- at least in New York state -- following a court ruling there that shot down GM’s preferred formula for rating dealers’ effectiveness.
Former N.Y. Nissan dealer to repay customers nearly $102,000 for illegal fees, fraudWed, 29, Jun 2016
A former New York dealer has agreed to pay $101,986 in restitution to 119 consumers for charging them illegal fees and employing deceptive sales and advertising tactics, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said.