The latest news on car manufacturers
Mitt Romney continues to tell lies about Chrysler moving Jeep production to China and what he would have done to save the auto industry.
When the government meddles in the auto industry by raising efficiency standards, consumers lose.
What a WTO complaint and threats of a currency fight really mean for the economy
Workers at auto supply company Delphi were not saved by the bailout.
The domestic carmakers still suffer from a "perception gap" compared to foreign rivals.
Fewer drivers who know how to drive stick and fewer advantages fueling decline in manual transmissions.
The right negotiation tactics can save you money on your next vehicle.
Romney's remarkable statements represent a turnaround in either policy or memory that makes the stunning new success of GM pale in comparison.
The economy is getting better, but we shouldn't be misled by the seasonally adjusted data the government reports.
Obama continues to make the auto bailout a key centerpiece of his campaign--but voters are wary.