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Chevy Volt tops most-loved car survey again

Chevy Volt

General Motors' Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid car topped Consumer Reports' annual owner-satisfaction survey for the second straight year. Ninety-two percent of Volt owners surveyed said they would definitely buy the Volt again.


Spyker says GM served with $3 billion damages claim

Dutch sportscar maker Spyker said on Wednesday that General Motors has been served with the complaint that Spyker filed against it earlier this week and that GM is due to respond by August 28.


GM profit falls 41 percent on weakness in Europe

General Motors said Thursday that its second-quarter profit fell 41 percent as losses in Europe and South America cut into strong North American earnings.


GM's Opel Boots Its CEO, Girsky Now In Charge

Opel CEO

That sound you heard from Detroit this morning was the other shoe dropping, loudly, at Opel. General Motors announced that Karl-Friedrich Stracke stepped down from his positions as GM Europe president Opel/Vauxhall CEO.


Despite woes, Volt wins European car award

Chevrolet Volt

It’s been a tough year for the Volt, General Motors’ plug-in hybrid.  But perhaps it’s about to see its fortunes turn as a jury of continental journalists declare Volt the European Car of the Year.


Volt production halted; 1,300 workers out of work

General Motors will halt production of the Chevrolet Volt.The automaker has told 1,300 workers at its Detroit Hamtramck plant that they will be out of work for about five weeks.


GM and Peugeot announce alliance

General Motors and PSA Peugeot Citroen announce a global alliance that will see them develop cars together.


G.M. Regains No. 1 Spot in World Automaking

General Motors: Largest Automaker in the World

After three years of settling for second place, General Motors reclaimed its title as the world’s largest automaker in 2011, a year when its sales grew in every region of the globe while Toyota sales were hampered by major natural disasters.

Senh: What a turnaround for the U.S. auto industry. It's one bright spot for the government bailouts. I'm sure the recalls from Japanese automakers and the subsequent production disruption caused by the tsunami helped.


GM recalling Chevrolet Sonics to check brake pads

GM Recall

General Motors Co. said on Friday that it is recalling more than 4,000 of its 2012 Chevrolet Sonic subcompact cars to check for missing brake pads.


GM willing to buy back Volts

General Motors will buy Chevrolet Volts back from any owner who is afraid the electric cars will catch fire, the company's CEO says.


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