The latest news on cars
BERLIN (AP) — General Motors Co.'s Opel unit said Monday that it plans to end car production at one plant in Germany in 2016, but a slimmed-down factory may continue to make components.
Other carmakers seem to respect the controversial electric car much more than GM's many critics.
Car enthusiasts may be able to find money to fund their college education.
Bailout haters harass GM customers for helping the automaker get back on its feet.
Car owners are driving down expenses by renting to strangers.
NEW YORK (AP) — The number of Americans hitting the road this Thanksgiving is expected to increase slightly from a year ago. But they'll take shorter trips to save on gas and other costs as household budgets remain tight.
DETROIT (AP) — Major automakers are reporting sales increases for October despite losing three days of business to the punishing rain and wind from Superstorm Sandy.
Mitt Romney continues to tell lies about Chrysler moving Jeep production to China and what he would have done to save the auto industry.
DC could join Nevada, California, and Florida in allowing driverless cars on its roads.
The new Cue control system mimics an iPad — but makes driving more complicated.