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Sedans aren’t the most popular vehicle body style in the U.S. anymore.
Auto production plants usually shut down for about two weeks in July to provide employees with a vacation and to give the company time to upgrade or inspect their facilities, but strong sales are leaving no extra time to stop the assembly line.
Half of Chinese car buyers say they wouldn’t buy a Japanese car.
China is the wild, wild east of the automotive industry. Home to more than 1 billion people and counting, it’s a hugely important market for car companies. There are many domestic brands over there but curiously foreign companies are making significant headway.
Who Won, Who Lost in Last Month's Sales?
Spring is here and the U.S. automotive market saw its overall sales rise six percent in March, shaking off the slow start to 2014.
Compared to 2013, the seasonally adjusted sales rate has grown from 15.3-million units in 2013 to 16.4-million units and is the best showing since November 2013, and among the highest in the past seven years. But the big question is, who were the winners and losers for March 2014 compared to the year past? You might be surprised to see which automakers have grown in sales and which have taken a significant hit in comparison to the same period 12 months ago.
Increasing traffic worldwide could slow down auto sales according to a new study.
November saw the highest automotive sales in almost seven years with the seasonally-adjusted annual rate reaching 16.4 million.
Auto sales are poised to crack the 16 million mark in 2014, a number that if met will represent the fifth straight year of growth for the American car market.
The U.S. Department of Energy and the EPA have released a new online tool to print your own window sticker showing off your vehicle’s fuel economy figures.
There’s a big reason to keep an eye on Monterey, Calif. this weekend: the classic car auction is expected to clear the $325 million mark.
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.
Currently the seventh-largest car market, Russia is poised to become the fifth-largest market by 2020 according to a recent report.
The number of households in America without a vehicle has doubled over the past two decades, with 9.3 percent of American households going carless last year.