Monday Jul 7
GM dealers awaiting recall instructions
More ignition problems resulted in another 8.2 million vehicles being recalled by General Motors this week, bringing the total number of cars recalled by the company so far this year to 29 million.
Highway Patrol Reports for 6-29
Kristen Lee Chestnut, 19, state Route 30, Hanoverton, was traveling south on Richey School Road in Hanover Township at 10:15 p.m. Tuesday when a tree fell and struck the front of her vehicle.
Rollover north of Pasco injures Oregon man
James M. McDermott of Beaverton, Ore., was driving south on Highway 395 when his 2007 Chevrolet Trailblazer drove off the road and rolled, coming to a rest on its wheels, the state patrol said.
Judge this Chev by its Trailblazing
One of the things which motoring journos often get wrong when writing about vehicles is the context both of the car itself and the general market.
Now that the Captiva is seven years old, Chevrolet has decided to give it another update in an attempt to keep it fresh against new competition like the Mazda CX-5 and the pending all-new X-Trail from Nissan.
GM whistleblower was told to 'not find every problem,' report says
A General Motors employee who continued to notice safety issues in vehicles and spoke up was transferred to a job where he was instructed to "not find every problem that GM might have, according to a Bloomberg Businessweek story Courtland Kelley, now 52, has worked at GM for more than 30 years, originally as a safety inspector, then in 2002 as ... (more)
Paul Tan's Automotive News
On Nissan's cards - Navara-based SUV, bespoke cars for Asia,...
At the launch of the new Nissan NP300 Navara in Bangkok, we managed to catch up with Nissan chief planning officer Andy Palmer to discuss the company's direction and product strategy, particularly for the Asian region.