Slower growth for 5 years

Auto executives worldwide expect slower North American sales growth and more parts supplier bankruptcies during the next five years, according to a survey taken by the auditing and consulting firm KPM


GM's top truck guy talks

When he finished White referred to his talk as, the 10-minute version of five years of work.


From alloys to ibis

Audi recently installed a new, high-tech computer tomograph (CT) machine at its factory in Neckarsulm, Germany.


The numbers

Ford Motor Co. offered its 75,000 U.S. hourly workers a choice of buyout packages.


Fighting for space at the mall

More Mad Max than Saint Nick, the Gurkha is not a truck for the socially timid. It caused a rubbernecking sensation at the Vaughan Mills mall while we tested the road warrior's ability to fit into an


Ford's DNA survives evolution

Growing up on a farm outside of Detroit, future automotive mogul Henry Ford didn't think much of rural living.


Audi experience

If you're planning a trip to the Big Apple, a visit to the New York City Audi Forum might be in order.


F-150 oil burner in the works?

Ford hopes to be the first automaker with a diesel-powered pickup truck in North America with plans to add a diesel F-150 to the lineup by 2008 or 2009.


Toyota hybrid blazes new trail

A few months back Toronto Fire Services became the first known in North America to deploy a fleet of hybrid vehicles.

car reviews

Second-hand: Ford Ranger

The majority of owners have been very happy with their half-pint trucks. Some are repeat customers: I have had six of them.