Sales were down again, but there's a bit of good news in the numbers.
This isn't as simple as it seems.
An ongoing product-line overhaul -- and fierce competition -- dented GM's results again.
Are either of these auto giants a good buy now?
Which beaten-up auto giant is the better buy today?
A new consortium aims to set standards for computers in self-driving cars.
It's a little bigger than an EcoSport, and a lot sleeker.
There's one big difference between these two global auto giants.
Is either of these electric-car makers a good buy now?
Third-quarter deliveries were strong, but big questions remain.
NIO had a good third quarter, but it's unclear if the young company can survive long enough to fix its finances.
The automaker bucked tough sales trends in two key markets.
The automaker's cash is running low, and it's running out of options.
Slumping auto sales added to the pressures on the struggling company.
After a huge August, September was a letdown.
While others push trucks and SUVs, Toyota is sticking with hybrids and sedans.
FCA's icons are still doing well, but its bread-and-butter lineup is sagging.
After a long ramp-up, GM's new trucks have hit their sales stride.
Discontinued sedans and tight supplies of the new Explorer hurt Ford's third-quarter sales.
Ford's third-quarter U.S. sales weren't great. Are investors getting worried?