Of course a station wagon is roomy. But take out the seats from a last-generation Buick Roadmaster, and a wagon can seem truly cavernous.
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It’s no surprise that trucks and crossovers are selling well, but despite the shift away from sedans, Chevy’s mid-sizer is surging.
Has Takata airbag recall gone too far? GM seems to think so.
Ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft are no longer seen as novel. They’re everywhere, and automakers are lining up to create alliances that ensure their vehicles will be the ones you call when you need a ride.
Maven is on the march: the General Motors car-sharing program has now expanded to five major markets in the U.S.
As carmakers work to make their operations greener, some of ther recycled products are finding their way into the cars that roll down the line.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced recently that 99-percent of U.S. automakers have voluntarily committed to making automatic emergency braking (AEB) standard equipment on virtually all models by the fall of 2022. This voluntary commitment means that life-saving safety technology will be […]
General Motors and Lyft are moving fast with their recent alliance, and Express Drive is an impressive step in recruiting and retaining drivers.