Bentley Sales Spike by 37% in 2011, US Still Largest Market

Bentley Sales Spike by 37% in 2011, US Still Largest Market
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The recession has not been kind to most luxury car manufacturer’s. After all, with the economy on a downturn, even those who can still afford luxuries shy away from frivolous spending. While the recession was the final nail in Maybach‘s coffin, Bentley has soldiered on and managed to survive the tough economic climate. Not only… Continue Reading...

VW To Increase Dealerships In U.S.A. To Sell More Cars

VW To Increase Dealerships In U.S.A. To Sell More Cars
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German auto giant Volkswagen is already Europe’s largest auto manufacturer, but it won’t rest until it becomes the worlds largest producer of cars. To achieve its goals, it needs to do very well in America, a market where it hasn’t made a profit since 2003, despite moving 256,830 units in 2010. VW wants to sell… Continue Reading...

Lexus Looking To Increase North American Sales In 2012

Lexus Looking To Increase North American Sales In 2012
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There was a time when Lexus was the top-selling luxury car brand in North America. In fact, it held onto that crown for nearly a decade. However, after the unfavorable publicity relating to allegations of unintended acceleration and then a production shortage due to the tsunami in Japan, Lexus lost the top spot in sales… Continue Reading...

Chrysler Announces 20 Percent U.S Sales Increase In July 2011

Chrysler Announces 20 Percent U.S Sales Increase In July 2011
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Chrysler, announced today that the American automaker has seen a 20 percent increase in sales this July (112,026 units sold) compared to the numbers of July 2010 (93,313 units sold). Jeep contributed to the 20 percent July sales uncrease with the 2011 Jeep Wrangler, which set an all-time sales record and the 2011 Jeep Compass which experienced… Continue Reading...

Hyundai And Kia Expect To Sell 1.06 Million Vehicles In U.S This Year

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Yesterday, Hyundai Motor Group said it is expecting to raise its U.S auto sales by 18.2 percent this year to 1.06 million vehicles, an improvement from a previous target of 1.01 million. Hyundai would to sell 624,000 units and Kia with 433,000 in the U.S. Both South Korean automakers are experiencing fast growth in the… Continue Reading...