FoMoCo’s Chairman Bill Ford Jr. met with President Barack Obama today during his visit to Washington to deliver an action list from the National Summit on the economy from June. Ford said that he thanked Obama for stepping in to save General Motors and Chrysler from liquidation.
Starting Wednesday, eBay will start including vehicle history reports from Experian Automotive at no cost to vehicle buyers and sellers. The reports will be available on all cars sold on eBay that are built after the 1981 model year. The reports will available on all vehicles sold in eBay auctions and classified…
Chrysler announced yesterday that it will offer leasing options for U.S. customers on all 2010 model year Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge vehicles through Chrysler’s preferred lender, GMAC Financial Services.
President Barack Obama plans to make a speech at GM’s assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio next week. While the White House won’t confirm the visit yet, officials said that the president is planning a trip as a part of a Midwest visit to talk about jobs and the economy.
Ray Young, General Motors Company’s Chief Financial Officer, is expected to leave the company in the coming weeks, sources familiar with the matter said. Insiders told the media that his departure is a part of a shake-up of the company’s finance department.
It seems like General Motors CEO can’t keep up with all the questions pouring in from his “Tell Fritz” website, so our main man Maximum Bob Lutz decided to step in. Bob Lutz answers questions about what we can expect from GM advertising, how the automaker plans to attract the younger audience to Buick, why GM is…
Mitsubishi and PSA Peugeot Citroen have both signed a cooperative agreement that signifies a new step in their partnership on electric vehicles.
This first thing that grabbed our attention when we opened this press release was not the fact that the 2010 SX4 gets more power or better fuel-economy than its predecessor; no, it was the title "Suzuki Adds SX to the City."