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The crossover segment enjoyed a huge sales month in April. Continue Reading...
Lower gas prices are having an impact on new car sales in the U.S. Continue Reading...
Analysts are predicting that new car sales will peak in 2018 to the tune of 20 million units. Continue Reading...
Car shoppers in Russia might not be able to buy from their favorite automaker this holiday season. Continue Reading...
The Volkswagen Group is looking to dethrone Toyota as the best selling car maker in the world. Continue Reading...
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. Continue Reading...
Mainstream midsize sedans have been the most popular car category for 10 years in a row, but that streak might be in jeopardy. Continue Reading...
Increasing traffic worldwide could slow down auto sales according to a new study. Continue Reading...
November saw the highest automotive sales in almost seven years with the seasonally-adjusted annual rate reaching 16.4 million. Continue Reading...
Most automakers are celebrating a successful October, save for Volkswagen, one of the few who posted a loss last month. Continue Reading...
In a month where not a single automaker saw a decline in sales, General Motors, Toyota, and Ford were the leaders. Continue Reading...
Browsing for cars on your iPad has done more than speed up your car buying process, it’s forced a dramatic shift in how automakers are spending their ad dollars. Continue Reading...
Ford topped all automakers in sales last month, moving 228,818 vehicles and holding 15.75-percent market share for March 2013 as well as year-to-date. Continue Reading...
Toyota is set to reclaim the title of world’s largest automaker in 2012 after ceding the title to General Motors last year. Continue Reading...
Among a relatively mundane sales month across the board, there were still a few big winners riding high above the pack. Continue Reading...
Toyota has announced its sales figures for the first half of 2012, and the numbers look like Toyota will be able to beat out GM and Volkswagen in sales for 2012. In the first six months of this year the Japanese automaker sold 4.97 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
June was good to the auto industry as a whole this year, with Toyota boasting 60 percent sales gains and the Detroit 3 advancing despite a shaky economy. Continue Reading...
With May sales numbers rolling out today, there are some interesting stories developing around several automakers. Continue Reading...
The April 2012 sales numbers were released today, and Chrysler and Toyota have the most to rejoice over, while Ford and General Motors need to do a little bit of catching up. Continue Reading...
February treated the auto industry well this year, at least for the most part. The majority of automakers saw sales increases over the same month last year. Chrysler was the big winner, reporting a 40 percent sales increase over February of last year. Even GM posted a tiny 1.1 percent gain over last year despite… Continue Reading...
For the first time in at least 14 years, China’s auto sales growth trailed America’s after China’s government ended stimulus measures and their economic expansion started plateauing. Total vehicle sales in China rose 2.5-percent to 18.5-million, compared with the 3-percent median estimate from five analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. Even though the country remains the world’s… Continue Reading...
Nevertheless, the overall outlook remains optimistic. Among the automakers; Toyota says it expects production to return to around 70 percent of normal levels by June, while Honda says it will resume full capacity by August. Continue Reading...
And among the overall increase in truck demand, individual vehicles have scored particularly significant gains. Sales of Ford’s F-Series pickups have climbed by 30 percent through October, while sales of Chrysler’s Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV (recently revamped for 2011) rose by 41 percent in the same period. Continue Reading...