Articles by Newman, Rick
Auto sales are down across the board, but these vehicles are free-falling.
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It once seemed unthinkable, but Toyota is close to selling more cars in the U.S. than GM.
$4 gas puts the automaker in position to expand its market share.
The automaker foresees more costly gas—but better cars await.
New data on the automakers' future plans reveal the best and worst mpg.
Two government documents provide the core data.
As the government clarifies mpg standards, some automakers face a steep "mileage gap."
Gas prices sting now, but they're paving the way to much better cars.
5 reasons the economy seems worse than it is.