U.S. auto sales have been pushed to new heights in 2015 with a total of 17,470,659 light-duty vehicles sold. Continue Reading...
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The Volkswagen Group is looking to dethrone Toyota as the best selling car maker in the world. Continue Reading...
Sedans aren’t the most popular vehicle body style in the U.S. anymore. Continue Reading...
Half of Chinese car buyers say they wouldn’t buy a Japanese car. Continue Reading...
Jaguar and Subaru saw the industry’s biggest gains last month with a 59 and 42 percent increase respectively. Continue Reading...
According to data from Polk, U.S. buyers registered 67,385 BMW vehicles through March this year, topping Mercedes-Benz which saw 62,366 registrations. Continue Reading...
Current estimates from both groups predict even stronger demand in 2012, with current projections set at some 13.8 million units. Continue Reading...
In total, passenger car sales stood at 229,250 units in total for the third quarter,down by 38.5 percent versus a year ago. This also meant that market share of passenger cars stood at some 46.3 percent of total light vehicle sales, the smallest percentage since 2005. Continue Reading...
Even though rivals, including Detroit’s big three, have gained ground this year as a result of problems facing the Japanese duo, most seem to view Honda and Toyota’s improving fortunes quite favorably. Continue Reading...
GM plans to ramp up Volt production in the next few years, from the current 10,000 cars per annum to 25,000 – CEO Dan Akerson says he’d ultimately like to see more than 100,000 Volts roll off the assembly line, though recognizes that any increases also hinge on battery production. Continue Reading...