Car sales rise for all the major automakers, with Honda leading the way. Truck sales continue strong, which could lead to a 16 million unit sales for 2013.
Toyota has rebounded from a series of widely publicized recalls and manufacturing setbacks. The Japanese company is the world's largest automaker, followed by GM at a close second, Read writes.
Chevy Impala 2014 leaps past its history with fine handling and even better styling, Feder writes. Once the darling of rental fleets everywhere, the Chevy Impala 2014 is poised to take on the competition.
General Motors is watching electric automaker Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk very closely. After being bailed out of financial crisis, a reemerging General Motors must prove that, like Tesla, it too can push innovation, Ingram says.
Auto sales continued strong in June, with Detroit's Big Three and Japan's major automakers posting impressive gains. But none could top the flashy year-over-year auto sales gains of a smaller player.
General Motors' 2014 Buick LaCrosse, set to appear in auto showrooms soon, offers drivers 36 mpg on the highway and an eight-inch touch-screen display. The new Buick LaCrosse can also stream Pandora through its cabin.
GM recalls nearly 200,000 midsize SUVs in the US because a power window and door module can melt or even catch fire. The GM recall is an extension of a previous safety notice.
Cadillac saw its fastest growth rate since 1976, selling a total of 69,750 units from May 2012 to May 2013 — a 38 percent jump up from the same period a year prior. The results make Cadillac the fastest growing major automotive brand in the U.S.