| Sep 29, 2011
Say you wake up tomorrow and decide you want to learn to play tennis. Maybe you like Serena Williams' method of anger management, or perhaps it's Novak Djokovic's backhand you're after.
FOR THE RECORD:
Toyota Camry: A review of the...
| Mar 6, 2008
| 9:24 AM
Carmakers showed off their leanest, greenest mass-market models Thursday in anticipation of stricter European emissions controls as the Geneva International Motor Show opened its doors to the public.
A host of small cars are celebrating their debut in...
| Mar 14, 2008
Chrysler is trying to cut its way back to significance. It's going to hurt.
The automaker's 71,000 employees will be on "mandatory vacation" for two weeks in July when all operations across the country are shut down, the company said Thursday.
| Mar 28, 2008
| 5:05 PM
| Jan 17, 2009
| 2:02 AM
TOKYO (AP) -- In yet another sign of Japanese automakers' deepening distress, Toyota Motor Corp. between February and April plans to make just half the number of vehicles it produced the previous year, a major newspaper reported Saturday.
| Mar 29, 2008
Are hybrid cars too quiet for their own good?
Jana Littrell certainly thinks so. Littrell, who is blind, was walking through a bank parking lot in the East Bay town of Albany a year ago when her foot was run over by a Toyota Prius backing out of a...
| Nov 25, 2008
| 4:49 AM
WASHINGTON (AP) _ The insurance industry named dozens of new cars and trucks, led by Ford Motor Co. and its Volvo subsidiary, to its annual list of the safest vehicles Tuesday, helped by the increased use of anti-rollover technology.
Ford and Volvo had...
| Nov 16, 2009
| 4:33 PM
After a long, painful drain on the corporate piggy bank, General Motors Corp. is actually saving money once again. The bailed-out automaker today announced its first quarterly results since emerging from bankruptcy, highlighted by the fact that it was...
| Dec 1, 2009
| 4:33 PM
The intersection between the auto industry and the alternative energy movement got crowded today as a group of speakers met in Westwood for the Bloomberg Cars & Fuels Briefing. The day before the Los Angeles International Auto Show, presenters at......
| Dec 5, 2009
| 4:33 PM
Federal safety officials have opened an investigation into two models of Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles after drivers complained that their cars inexplicably stalled in traffic, sometimes at highway speeds. The National Highway Traffic Safety...
| Sep 4, 2008
Falling gasoline prices didn't help automakers in August as economic worries and an overabundance of trucks rather than compact cars continued to drag down U.S. sales results.
Overall industry sales were down 15.5% last month compared with a year earlier...