Profit-rich trucks may catch break in Trump auto reviewAug. 15
TOYOTA: Finally, a sales increaseJuly 3
Nissan's radical strategy for the Titan pickupMay 8
U.S. auto sales forecast to slip in April as retail demand slumpsApril 26
Sales slip 1.7% despite higher discountsApril 3
U.S. light-vehicle sales dropped 1.7 percent in March as decreases at Ford, Honda, Toyota, FCA, Hyundai and Kia overshadowed gains at Nissan and GM, even amid higher spending on discounts. The results signal the industry -- despite strong truck demand -- is losing momentum heading into the key spring selling season.
BMW's first win over Mercedes in 2017 narrows U.S. luxury raceApril 3
Cars, Lexus a drag at ToyotaApril 3
A rough month all around for Hyundai, KiaApril 3
Strong car, truck demand, bigger deals deliver another record at SubaruApril 3
Light trucks lift Nissan and InfinitiApril 3
Acura pulls American Honda down in MarchApril 3
U.S. sales at American Honda dipped slightly in March, ending the month with a 0.7 percent decline to 137,227 vehicles, as weak car demand and losses at Acura Division continued to pull down the automaker's fortunes.