Nissan plans to discontinue the Versa sedan in Canada in favor of the bargain-priced Micra that will launch in that market this year. Continue Reading...
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An overwhelming majority of the cars Rolls-Royce sold in 2013 were individually customized for their owners. Continue Reading...
Honda’s Accord out-sold the Camry in 2013 if you ignore Toyota’s fleet sales. Continue Reading...
Tesla is still working quietly to bring its Model X crossover to market, warning investors yesterday that its operating expenses will increase as it prepares to sell the new vehicle. Continue Reading...
After experiencing impressive growth in global sales last year, Cadillac aims to continue that trend in 2014 and beyond. Continue Reading...
Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller expects the brand to exceed 200,000 units in 2015. Continue Reading...
Welcome to 2014! Apparently in Chinese Astrology it’s the year of the “wood horse” but let’s hope this timber pony can canter away and carry the auto industry to continuing sales success. Which brands drove away with buckets of cash and which ones took a tumble down the stairs? Let’s take a peek at last… Continue Reading...
News broke last week of Toyota issuing a notice to its dealers halting sales on eight models, but the company is expected to seek a waiver from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on the issue. Continue Reading...
Buick will continue offering a 24-month promotional lease program that it began in March, 2012, to boost its business. Continue Reading...
Nissan announced today that it has sold its 100,000th Leaf electric vehicle. Continue Reading...
California-based electric car maker Tesla says it delivered about 22,300 Model S electric luxury sedans in 2013. Continue Reading...
Riding on strong demand in China, Buick broke its global sales record for the first time since 1984. Continue Reading...
Over half of Cadillac’s dealer network will sell the new ELR range-extended electric car after it begins arriving in showrooms next month. Continue Reading...
The U.S. auto industry is kicking back as 2013 draws to a close, if only for a brief moment, to revel in its best year since 2007. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is set to claim the sales crown in China for the first time in nine years. Continue Reading...
On the heels of General Motors announcing its decision to effectively pull Chevrolet from Europe, a new report suggests Fiat is planning to pour nine billion Euros ($12.3 USD) into its European operations to boost sales. Continue Reading...
The introduction of the affordable and attractive Mercedes-Benz CLA has helped the German automaker widen the gap between its main competitor, BMW. Continue Reading...
November saw the highest automotive sales in almost seven years with the seasonally-adjusted annual rate reaching 16.4 million. Continue Reading...
Jaws hit desks when Cadillac announced that the upcoming ELR would cost almost $76,000 but according to company representatives, dealers and industry analysts that’s not likely to matter. Continue Reading...
You probably already know that Ford’s F-150 pickup truck is the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. Continue Reading...
The plug-in hybrid British supercar that captivated attention at several international auto shows has officially been sold out. Continue Reading...
When it comes to electrified cars Toyota is the undisputed champion with its popular lineup of Prius models, but Ford is hard at work building brand recognition for its lineup of battery-powered vehicles. Things must be working out well because the Blue Oval is crowing about sales of its plug-in hybrids. Continue Reading...
Scion’s sales have been sagging but dealers involved with the youth-oriented Toyota brand will have to solider on for a few more years before fresh product arrives. Continue Reading...
Fiat dealers were left fuming after an Alfa Romeo executive suggested the forthcoming 4c sports car would be sold through Maserati stores in the U.S., but the fight over who sells what is far from settled. Continue Reading...