January 2014 Auto Sales: Winners and Losers

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January 2014 Auto Sales: Winners and Losers
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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...

Cadillac ELR Sees Warm Dealer Reception

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Cadillac ELR Sees Warm Dealer Reception
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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...

Fiat Plots $12.3 Billion European Cross-Brand Revival

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Fiat Plots $12.3 Billion European Cross-Brand Revival
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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...

Crazy Cadillac ELR Price Doesn’t Matter

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Crazy Cadillac ELR Price Doesn’t Matter
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  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...

Ford Fusion and C-Max Energi Plug-Ins Outpace Toyota

Ford Fusion and C-Max Energi Plug-Ins Outpace Toyota
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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...