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Owners of discontinued models need not worry about the value and maintenance of their fleet vehicles.
The Cadillac XTS and CT6 are among vehicles that will end production next year.
After a turnaround plan failed because of a shift in consumer demand, the automaker is ready to try again.
The popular SUV model among operators gets some serious luxury transportation upgrades.
The adaptive system will roll across the brand's entire lineup by 2020 and other GM vehicles.
The company outlined its vision during an investors call from San Francisco, where journalists rode in prototype vehicles.
If Ford, GM, and Fiat Chrysler don’t show up with big news, they could miss a major opportunity with West Coast customers.
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The automaker says its driver-assist system has an added level of safety its competitors don't.
Trump's limousine has been seen undergoing testing, and should be ready for action shortly.
The luxury OEM plans to roll out new vehicles every six months from mid-2018 through 2020 or 2021.
The assets of the former TNC would help the automaker strengthen its alliance with Lyft.
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