Alan Batey, president of General Motors’ North American operations, talks about auto sales, fuel economy standards, the truck business and President-elect Donald Trump.
Honda introduces redesigned Odyssey minivan at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, adding a video feature that allows parents to watch children in the rear cabin.
Ford Motor Co. will bring back two of its most notable nameplates, the Ranger pickup truck and the Bronco sport-utility vehicle, to capitalize on two popular sales trends in the U.S. auto industry.
Moving to get a bigger share of the fast-growing compact crossover market, General Motors’ GMC brand debuted a full redesign of its small Terrain SUV at the start of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Ford Motor Co. announced a sweeping strategy to add electric and hybrid vehicles to its global fleet, including fuel-saving hybrid versions of its most famous nameplates – the F-150 pickup truck and the Mustang sports car.
With a diesel engine from Italy and an eight-speed transmission from Germany, the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel pickup truck demonstrates the best of a global auto industry.
Ford will recall 8,000 Super Duty Pickup Trucks from the 2017 model year to inspect and install a fuel tank strap reinforcement.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened an investigation into whether Ram pickup trucks and Dodge Durango SUVs can rollaway after being parked.
Slowing demand for hauling and shipping services pushed truck driver turnover at the big freight companies to a five year low in the third quarter, the American Trucking Associations said Friday.
As passenger car sales decline, the health of the U.S. auto industry is increasingly dependent on the manufacturing and sale of pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles and crossovers.
XPO Logistics Inc. sold its truckload shipping business to TransForce Inc. for $558 million and plans to use the proceeds to pay down cash built up from its own $3 billion acquisition of Con-way Inc. last year.
Mercedes-Benz will start selling a midsize pickup truck late next year in parts of Europe, Latin America, South Africa and Australia. It’s undecided on whether to bring the new truck to the U.S.