DETROIT -- Cadillac is cutting prices on its CTS sedan in the United States by as much as $3,000, a partial walk back of a big price increase 15 months ago that dealers say has driven away some loyal buyers.
Cadillac told dealers in a...
A slow ramp-up for Honda Fit
Quality, transportation problems push back Mexico-built car's U.S. sales nearly 2 months
2015 Fit: Delayed to June from April
LOS ANGELES -- The launch of the redesigned 2015 Honda Fit subcompact -- built in Honda's new $800 million factory in Celaya...
Ford watching Russia for slow growth after sanctions
DETROIT (Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co., which has three auto factories in Russia, is monitoring the sanctions against that nation for its involvement in Ukraine and hasn't yet seen an impact on its business, the automaker's No. 2...
Chrysler to idle Viper plant for two months on slow sales
March 18, 2014
by Larry P. Vellequette
DETROIT -- Chrysler Group has suspended production of its SRT Viper sport coupe for at least two months because of slow sales.
As a result, 91 hourly workers at Chrysler’s Conner...
Looks like the new Silverado and Sierra pickups sales are not good at the first moments. The "new" ( really these trucks are new???) pickups are selling worst than the previous models.
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Ford Focus EV's slow sales trigger massive incentives
January 25, 2013
by Zach Bowman
The Detroit News reports Ford is having real trouble moving its new Focus Electric. As a result, the automaker is offering substantial incentives in an attempt to lure in more buyers. How...
Porsche accuses Nissan GT-R of cheating the 'Ring'
Sour grapes or legitimate complaint? That's the question we're left pondering after reading that Porsche believes Nissan must have cheated to record its 7:29:03 lap time of the famed Nürburgring race circuit. Porsche claims that it had been...
Toyota keeping cool despite slow Tundra sales
Automotive News | February 20, 2008 - 6:52 pm EST
LOS ANGELES – Despite sales of its Tundra full-size pickup falling short of expectations in January, Toyota is not worried about meeting its annual objective.
Last year, the...
Mark "the Mullet" Fields dropped some small ordinance during an interview with the Wall Street Journal today, saying that if the slow U.S. economy puts the automaker at risk of not meeting its financial goals for the...