While a Cars.com study says the number of U.S.-built cars is declining, VW will be adding to the list of American-made cars.
Americans are replacing their old cars with new models, albeit slowly, according to Experian.
More Americans are taking on car loans and those loans are bigger than they’ve been in recent years.
Shoppers looking to lease a car are frustrated with the deals advertised on TV, a new study says.
Growth in retail sales largely reflects sales of cars and the fuel to run them.
Shopping rates for auto insurance are at a low, according to new research by TransUnion.
The parade of General Motors recalls marches on after the automaker was fined $35 million.
General Motors announced five more recalls earlier this week affecting about 2.7 million of its cars.
Volvo Cars has developed an inflatable car seat that doesn’t compromise safety.
Customer satisfaction with car dealers for maintenance continues to rise, according to J.D. Power.