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Nissan slows factory output as U.S. demand ebbs, stockpiles grow

Nissan is slowing production at several North American assembly plants to keep the supply of vehicles on dealers' lots in check after being caught off guard by weaker consumer demand.

Moves on CAFE could just bring uncertainty

The Trump administration finally will tip its hand this week about how it intends to treat fuel efficiency rules in place for early next decade, but clear answers on potential changes likely will take several months.

EPA poised to side with automakers' calls to ease fuel rules

The EPA has concluded that a landmark Obama-era effort to cut vehicle emissions is too aggressive and agrees with automakers that the standards should be revised, sources told Bloomberg.

AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson talks about his late boss Wayne Huizenga

In 1999, Wayne Huizenga made Mike Jackson an offer he couldn't refuse. Jackson recalls his relationship with the AutoNation founder in a conversation with Automotive News Publisher Jason Stein.

2019 Toyota Corolla hatchback adds tech, drops iM tag

Toyota is adding a host of new technology and safety features to the redesigned 2019 Corolla hatchback , which will be introduced at the New York auto show this month.