The latest news on Toyota
Detroit will be a big winner if Japanese cars run short.
Buyers age 65 and older have risen in importance during the recession.
GM, Ford, and Chrysler are finally building small cars and many other models that rev drivers up.
Domestic models are starting to outperform imports—and not because of the bailouts.
For Obama to get his administration back on track to 2012 he needs to make some changes in the cabinet.
The secretary of transportation must go.
Toyota didn't ask outside consultants to determine cause behind sudden acceleration, lawmakers charged.
It will help the automaker outrun its recall scandal—and barely ding company finances.
Scientists investigating sudden acceleration are more likely to fault drivers than automakers.