Threatened tariffs on Mexican imports coupled with higher taxes on Chinese goods could grind on trucking industry already seeing signs of slowing.
Truck maker Navistar International Corp. beat expectations with $3 billion in second-quarter sales and a 19 percent market share for core products.
A new study finds that repair costs for the aluminum Ford F-150 are not expensive as once thought, although other drawbacks exist.
Strong demand for the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 and GMC Sierra 1500 is leading General Motors to invest $24 million in its Fort Wayne, Ind., assembly plant.
Workhorse Group founder Steve Burns has no known investors, but GM picked his plan to make commercial electric pickups at its idled Lordstown complex.
Navistar said it will take a $159 million charge against second-quarter earnings to settle a class action covering 65,000 trucks sold with faulty MaxxForce engine technology.
Labor faces hurdles to duplicate situation at Los Angeles port where strike-plagued NFI Industries will leave amid labor disputes and new city lease terms.
The best offers this month take thousands off vehicle prices and allow buyers to finance for a low interest rate.