Pent up demand, low-interest rates and attractive year-end deals pushed August car sales to levels not seen in six years.
Despite dealing with signs of a slow recovery, car buyers show no signs of discouragement.
Technology that saves lives and fuel is getting better and cheaper.
Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says government efforts on clean cars should be technology neutral.
Ford has three vehicles on the global top 10 list. Chevy Cruze also has a good showing.
Friday is the Orioles home opener. Fans are optimistic about the future–and it shows by ticket sales.
Hybrid sales leaped ahead 32 percent in the first two months of this year.
It turns out, the cost of fuel may not have a huge impact on the types of cars bought.
Strong retail numbers pushed car sales higher with double-digit gains for most automakers.
U.S. car buyers took home about 17,500 plug-in electric cars in 2011. Last year, the numbers tripled.
Volkswagen leads all automakers with a 35 percent sales increase for the full year.
U.S. auto sales are expected to reach 15.3 million units in 2013, up nearly one million units from this year.