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Desperate dealers see vehicles trickling in

Pickups and other vehicles in short supply are selling right off the truck after a two-month production shutdown reduced inventory levels to the lowest the industry has seen in nearly nine years.

UAW strike against GM cost $80 million

In addition to the cost of the strike, the union paid $320,912 in legal fees last year due to the corruption probe.

Would-be car thief should have checked Waze

A man who tried to steal a $120,000 Maserati from a Manhattan dealership only made it to the next block before getting stuck at a red light. He jumped out, handed over the keys and ran off, but employees of the store caught him.

A yacht more to love from Lamborghini

Lamborghini is collaborating with the Italian Sea Group to produce a 63-foot yacht with a starting price of about $3.4 million.

Selling Chinese cars in U.S. proves to be an elusive goal

The arrival of Chinese brands in America has been imminent for nearly two decades. Why has the effort so far been fruitless?