Both cars were left running to warm up with keys in the ignition when they were taken.
Better economic times prompt buyers to like more expressive colors.
Experts at Traverse City Conference predict continued growth, but raise some concerns about the impact of new trends.
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Ford of Europe President says sales are up 6.6 percent in the first half, company on track to make a profit in Europe next year.
Legislation proposed by state Sen. Ira Silverstein, D-Chicago, would make it illegal for an adult to smoke in a vehicle with children under 18 inside. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
In an effort to find lighter renewable materials, Ford announced a partnership on Tuesday with Heinz to research the use of tomato fibers to make car parts.
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The North American International Auto Show begins this week in Detroit with media and industry previews.
Tesla Motors shares spiked by double-digits Tuesday.
It’s clear that General Motors is no longer being run by bean counters.
Once the king of the subcompacts, Honda’s Fit is getting a badly needed update.
Automakers are unveiling a bevy of performance cars in Detroit.
CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot offers a 101-level course on winterizing your home and automobile when temperatures plummet.
Ford plans to unveil at this month’s International CES (Consumer Electronics Show) a solar-powered concept car.
Aldermen have heard testimony on the pros and cons of – but have yet to vote on – a proposed ordinance that would allow the city to impound your vehicle if you’re caught tossing litter out the window.
Which convertible is hotter? The highly acclaimed and luxurious Lamborghini Gallardo or the more affordable Fiat 500? You decide!
The Chicago Automobile Trade Association, the Chicago area’s major new-car dealer group and sponsor of the Chicago Auto Show, has issued an alert to its members warning of the flood of damaged cars likely to be brought in.
Police in one southwest suburb plan to stick a lot of paper on the windshields of cars this Spring. They’re not tickets however. As CBS2’s Mike Parker reports they are messages intended to fight crime.