Like memories of band camp August is dead and buried. Regrettably the eighth month of the year didn’t go quietly; it took summer down with it. Sure, the season’s not officially over but we’re too emotionally devastated about the loss to care. At least new-vehicle sales in the U.S. were strong.
The global luxury auto sales race is heating up, with Audi and Mercedes closing the gap on current leader BMW.
Some states are seeking to stop Tesla from selling directly to the public, but others are embracing the American electric automaker.
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar.
Tesla continued to lose money in the second quarter as research and development costs drew money from company coffers.
With Toyota in the top spot in terms of global sales, Volkswagen has passed General Motors to take the number two spot.
Slowly but surely, diesel vehicles are catching on in the U.S.
Most automakers strive to sell as many vehicles as they possibly can in a year, but that isn’t the case at Maserati.
Sedans aren’t the most popular vehicle body style in the U.S. anymore.
The Acura MDX is now America’s best-selling three-row luxury SUV of all time.
The 2015 BMW X6 will head to dealerships before the end of the year.
BMW is on track to sell over two-million vehicles this year.
The analysts and number crunchers at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch released the findings of their latest Car Wars study, a report that tracks industry product trends. The results are surprising; market-share fluctuations are expected to remain small. But Ford and Honda are both projected to gain in the coming years with Nissan on track to…
Maserati will have to crank up production this summer to keep up with high demand for its cars.
Tesla sales will likely resume in New Jersey, following a ban that was put in effect April 1.
Lexus is once again a competitor in the luxury car sales race.
May was a heck of a month in the auto industry. A deluge of recall announcements flooded the news and continued to erode profits, but sales continued to pour in… for some companies.
The diesel market has always been booming in Europe, but now it’s finally catching on in the U.S.
Volkswagen is scaling back its sales predictions. The mass-market German automaker had planned to deliver 800,000 units annually in the U.S. by 2018 but that’s probably not going to happen.
The Tesla store in the state of Missouri is safe… for now.
Car buyers are excited for the 2015 Chrysler 200 to arrive dealerships.
There’s a new best-selling car in the state of California.
Sales of Cadillac’s ELR plug-in hybrid are off to a rocky start, and now GM is trying sweeten the pot by offering discounts to customers and dealers.
Missouri is the latest state where Tesla’s direct-to-consumer business model is being challenged.