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General Motors becomes world's biggest carmaker

Jan 20, 2012
General Motors has regained its spot as the best-selling automaker in the world, in part because of Toyota's struggles in Japan over the last year.
Posted In: General Motors, car, Auto

Mid-day Extra: Mining for cars

Jan 20, 2012
Used car dealers are resorting to drastic measures to fill the demand U.S. consumers have for used cars these days.
Posted In: Auto, car, used car

The future of the global car market

Jan 16, 2012
What would the world's roads look like if countries like China and India caught up with the United States?
Posted In: car, China, energy

Cadillac optimistic for 2012, Lincoln still struggling

Jan 3, 2012
Next week, carmakers will unveil their new models at the North American International Auto Show. Cadillac hopes to make a strong showing in the luxury category, but it's a different story for Ford's struggling Lincoln brand.
Posted In: car, car sales, Lincoln, Cadillac

A speedbump for U.S. auto sales in China

Dec 15, 2011
The Chinese government will start to levy duties on imported cars made in the United States.
Posted In: China, car, auto sales

Mid-day Extra: A car rental alternative in the U.K.

Dec 14, 2011
If your car is spending most of the day sitting unused on your driveway, it could be working a lot harder to earn you some spare cash.
Posted In: car, rental car, Britain

For car buyers, size matters

Nov 23, 2011
Sales of compact cars are about to eclipse those of mid-size cars, and that's a good thing.
Posted In: car, auto market, auto prices, gas mileage

Should cars get grades on fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions? Would a grade make you think differently about buying a new car?

Aug 30, 2010
Easy Answer: The EPA has proposed new labels for cars that include a letter grade for fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions. The grading scale...
Posted In: Auto, automotive, CAFE standards, car, fuel efficiency, ghgs, greenhouse gases, labels, new labels

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