General Motors has become the first auto manufacturer to provide Americans with its entire nationwide inventory of used cars for sale in one online database.
GM is recalling about 1 million older cars for possible engine oil leaks that could result in a fire.
General Motors has launched its own car-sharing program in the Big Apple called “Let’s Drive NYC.”
The Environmental Protection Agency said its widening its probe into the emissions levels of diesel cars produced by automakers.
GM has settled with federal prosecutors, admitting it mishandled its huge car ignition switch recall.
A new report from Wired Magazine describes an even easier method of remotely controlling a car while someone is driving.
GM is establishing Cadillac as a separate business unit and moving its headquarters to New York City next year.
While new cars are dramatically higher in quality than years ago, the number of problems experienced by new car owners has increased recently. J.D. Power’s 2014 Initial Quality Study found a 3 percent increase in problems experienced by new car owners in the first 90 days of ownership, averaging 116 problems per 100 vehicles. The
A study by Kelley Blue Book found that new car shoppers feel that GM is a different company today than it was five years ago.
General Motors (GM) has issued yet another six recalls, totaling nearly 718,000 cars in the United States.