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GM's proposed departure from Europe would be a radical pivot for a company that historically tried to dominate every global market it could, as well as a sign of how dramatically the industry is being upended by shifting...
Prices for new cars and trucks, being pushed ever-higher by fuel-economy improvements, safety equipment and advanced technology, could soar out of range for many U.S. buyers with the addition of an import tax to the equation.
General Motors projects “another strong year” ahead for itself, despite challenges posed by growing inventories and flattening U.S. sales.
GM and other automakers are branching out into so-called mobility services primarily to protect themselves from projected declines in vehicle ownership.
General Motors redesigned several of its top-selling cars in 2016, including the Chevrolet Malibu and Cruze. And unfortunately for GM, some people actually bought them.
General Motors' earnings and profit margins declined in the fourth quarter, but its CFO said the automaker would have “another strong year” in 2017 even as the U.S. market gets tougher.
The clamor for more crossovers and SUVs shows no signs of fading anytime soon. And it could mean the end of the Toyota Camry's 15-year reign as the nation's top-selling car.
Cadillac's dealer council hasn't decided yet whether to endorse Project Pinnacle, brand chief Johan de Nysschen's overhaul of the standards retailers must meet and the way they are paid.
After increasing U.S.
Add Mitsubishi to the long list of automakers projecting higher U.S. sales in 2017, even as executives acknowledge the overall market likely will be flat at best.
Big declines for the Buick brand and the Chevrolet Malibu pushed General Motors' U.S. sales down 3.8 percent in January. It marked the first time that GM sold fewer than 200,000 vehicles in a month since January 2014.
President Donald Trump's meeting with the Detroit 3 CEOs was a historic bit of political theater -- but it was no dramatic turning point. A cooling U.S.
In a market that's still blase about electric vehicles, Chevy sees the Bolt's ability to fit seamlessly with the rest of its lineup as key to its hopes for significant sales volumes.
Mitsubishi expects U.S. sales to surpass 100,000 vehicles this year for the first time in a decade, even though a highly anticipated new crossover will not reach stores until early 2018.
Cadillac is modifying portions of the dealer-incentive program that starts in April to let retailers receive payments sooner and earn partial bonuses even if they fall as much as 15 percent short of monthly sales targets.
Chevrolet increased its retail share for the second year in a row in 2016, as General Motors funneled fewer vehicles to fleet buyers.
Chevrolet expects a third consecutive year of U.S. retail market share gains in 2017, executives told dealers.
Few auto brands had a better 2016 than Buick.
U.S. new-vehicle sales, coming off the industry's strongest December in history, are starting 2017 with only a slight slowdown, according to four forecasts issued this week.
With barely two months to go before Cadillac radically overhauls the way it pays its retailers and imposes stricter standards on them in a bid to regain cachet, dealers still have a lot of questions.
Project Pinnacle is Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen's plan to revamp the brand's retailer network by changing the way dealers are paid for the vehicles they sell and for complying with brand standards.
Surging sales in China are giving Cadillac's U.S. business a luxury it lacked during previous attempts to regain its former luster: time.
Two redesigned crossovers on the way should help Chevrolet increase its retail market share, the head of the brand's dealer council says, but Chevy needs to find ways to sell more of its Cruze sedan.
Buick's shift to selling more crossovers than sedans has made dealers busier and more profitable.
Cadillac dealers have asked the brand to boost its marketing efforts to help them weather an 18-month period with no major product launches.
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