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U.S. auto sales in July will be the strongest for the month since 2006, and rise 9 percent from last year, automotive industry consultants J.D...For the fifth consecutive month, the seasonally adjusted annualized sales rate will top 16 million new
ET The 2014 Chevy Malibu is one of the latest cars to be added to GM's growing recall list. (Carlos Osorio/Associated Press) GM issued six more recall notices covering more than 700,000 vehicles Wednesday, bringing its total to 60 separate recalls of
Sections More than one in every 10 vehicles on the road has been recalled since January Username More than one in every 10 vehicles on the road has been recalled since January June 23 at 11:01 AM General Motors chief executive Mary Barra has ordered
has just been slapped with a staggering lawsuit that could cost the automaker more than $10 billion. The lawsuit claims that General Motors is liable for a loss of resale value on as many as 15 million vehicles, some of which aren't even involved in
General Motors' ignition switch problems have expanded to the company's larger vehicles. GM will recall an additional 3.36 million vehicles worldwide to replace or repair keys that could fall out of place. June 17, 2014 General Motors' ignition
Nearly half a million vehicles have run along Danube Bridge 2 connecting Bulgaria's north-western city of Vidin to Romania's Calafat since its launch on June 14, 2013...According to him, the facility can see a significant increase in traffic, however
GM, the nation's largest domestic automaker, reported a 13 per cent increase over last year, more than tripling some analysts' expectations, to 284,694 vehicles sold. That monthly sales total was its best since August 2008, before the recession set
Chrysler Group on Tuesday reported a higher-than-expected 17 percent gain in U.S. new-car sales on strong demand for its Jeep sport utility vehicles in May, when results for the entire auto sector are expected to heat up with the weather. The U.S.
strategy is to issue so many massive recalls that the public eventually becomes numb to the headlines?...After initial recalls for ignition-switch defects linked to at least 13 deaths, the number of recalls this year ballooned to over 7 million.
General Motors Co said on Tuesday it is recalling another 2.6 million vehicles globally, raising the number of vehicles it has recalled so far this year to almost 15.4 million. The four recalls are the latest announced by the largest US automaker,