The average cost of a vehicle repair in the U.S., including parts and labor, rose 2.7 percent in 2016 from 2015, after holding flat for the previous two years.
A Michigan state government fund approved an additional $15 million for the construction of the American Center for Mobility at Willow Run in Ypsilanti Township, Mich.
Workers at the Tesla assembly plant in California have filed charges with the National Labor Relations Board accusing the company of illegally surveilling and coercing workers seeking unionization.
MG, the former British automaker once known in the U.S. for its affordable sports cars, is not only alive and well, it’s reportedly about to introduce something far more advanced than the last car it’s remembered for in the States.
Israeli autonomous vehicle technology firm Mobileye said it forged an agreement with Nissan to create next generation maps to enable safe self-driving cars.
Software vulnerabilities in a Hyundai app that lets a car be started remotely made the company’s vehicles susceptible to theft for three months before the company fixed the bug in March.
Lyft drivers accused Uber in a lawsuit of illegally tracking their whereabouts using spyware code-named Hell to gain a competitive edge in the ride-hailing market.
AutoNation’s first-quarter net income rose 2.3 percent to $98.1 million on parts and service growth, while revenue inched up 0.4 percent to $5.14 billion.
The United States, Mexico and Canada are likely to reach a basic accord over reworking NAFTA by the middle of next year, the head of America’s biggest business lobby group said.
A glut of vehicles is threatening the industry’s good times. But contrary to the predictions and pundits, it’s not too many used vehicles. It’s too many new ones.