Well, another dumpy winter month is in the books. The season that just won’t end is at long last winding down; the light of spring is visible at the end of this frigid tunnel. Continue Reading...
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Whether they deserve it or not, dealerships often have less-than-favorable reputations. Continue Reading...
Another month is in the books! January is done and gone just like childhood memories of Space Camp. How well did automakers do? Let’s break it down. Continue Reading...
The Aston Martin brand is known for its high-dollar sports cars but will its lineup ever become more diverse? Continue Reading...
Toyota sold more than 10.23 million vehicles last year, a figure that was enough to make it the largest car company in the world … again. Continue Reading...
Analysts are predicting that new car sales will peak in 2018 to the tune of 20 million units. Continue Reading...
January is upon us and another 12-month span is in the books. Like tales of Genghis Kahn’s epic Eurasian conquests or new episodes of I Love Lucy, 2014 is history and what a year it was. Continue Reading...
Editor’s note: This story was updated with comments about Model S sales and delivery from Tesla. Year to date, the number of Tesla Model S sedans registered with the U.S. Department of Motor Vehicles is significantly lower than it was last year. Continue Reading...
You probably loathe car salespeople. Most of us do and in many instances they probably deserve their sullied reputation. Continue Reading...
The Mercedes-AMG subbrand hopes to double its sales over the next three years by diversifying its portfolio with a less expensive product line. Continue Reading...
The year’s spookiest month has finally passed. Gone with the calendar’s page-turn are bags of corn syrup-laden foodstuffs, poorly thought-out costumes and strangers ringing your doorbell at night demanding sweets in exchange for protection from vandalism. Continue Reading...
Chrysler’s October sales are in and the Auburn Hills, Michigan-based automaker posted its 55th-consecutive month of year-over-year gains, but diving into the numbers reveals something interesting. Continue Reading...
Hyundai announced today that total sales of the Elantra compact car are past 10 million worldwide. Continue Reading...
Nissan’s all-electric Leaf hatchback is racking up deliveries, in fact it’s the best selling EV in the United States. Continue Reading...
Dodge Viper sales jumped last month following Dodge cutting $15,000 from the price of its V10-powered sports car. Continue Reading...
Lotus is pulling the Evora from the U.S. market for 2015, but sales won’t be halted forever. In fact, the company plans to be back for 2016. Continue Reading...
It’s been a good year at Subaru. In fact, it’s been a good six or so years for the small Japanese brand that stands alone in being able to claim sales growth in each of the past six years. Continue Reading...
Like memories of band camp August is dead and buried. Regrettably the eighth month of the year didn’t go quietly; it took summer down with it. Sure, the season’s not officially over but we’re too emotionally devastated about the loss to care. At least new-vehicle sales in the U.S. were strong. Continue Reading...
The AMG-built V8 headed to future Aston Martin vehicles won’t be the only powerhouse pushing the British exotic car brand into the future. Continue Reading...
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar. Continue Reading...
With Toyota in the top spot in terms of global sales, Volkswagen has passed General Motors to take the number two spot. Continue Reading...
Well folks, we made it halfway through 2014. The Fourth of July is just around the corner and a small army of longnecks are sweating in anticipation of the event. Anheuser-Busch couldn’t be happier, but what about the wide world of automobiles? Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is scaling back its sales predictions. The mass-market German automaker had planned to deliver 800,000 units annually in the U.S. by 2018 but that’s probably not going to happen. Continue Reading...
After one of the worst winters in recent memory America’s northern extremities are finally starting to thaw out. In addition to longer days, spring is also bringing warmer temperatures as the sun wakes up from hibernation. But were April car sales as nice? Did better weather get more people in the mood… to buy a… Continue Reading...