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Lower oil prices to boost global auto sales 1.5%, forecast says

Falling oil prices will boost global auto sales 1.5 percent through 2019, with the biggest windfalls coming in North America, IHS Automotive said in a new forecast.  » READ
 

U.S. light-vehicle fuel economy slips 0.2 mpg in February, report says

 

AutoNation's 8% sales gain beats market for Feb.

 

U.S. sales rise 5.3% as wintry weather takes toll

 

Fiat Chrysler rises 6% on SUV, pickup, Chrysler 200 demand

 

Hyundai-Kia ride Sonata, Genesis to 7% gain

 

Lexus jumps back into U.S. luxury race; BMW tops Mercedes

 

Crossover sales help lift Toyota above Ford

 

Fiat Chrysler Canadian sales top Ford in February; GM, Toyota rise

 

Ford slips 2% on soft car performance, tight F-150 supplies

 

VW, Porsche hit by weather, port troubles, but Audi extends streak

 

Infiniti surge helps Nissan gain 2.7% and outsell Honda

 

GM's sales up 4.2% as trucks soar, cars dive

 

Toyota to end production of Venza

 

GMC doubles down with 10-year plan to boost U.S. share to 5%

 

CLA’s minor dings put a big dent in Mercedes’ rating

 

Buffett says Berkshire's job is to perform, grow in auto retail

 

Eat at the food court, buy a car

 

De Nysschen, 'Dare' I say, needs a better plan to reconstruct Cadillac's image

 

Report: Prices of used cars to tumble as supply rises

 

VW and Bjork collaborate on a 'Sound Journey'

 

High-rise parts bins ease space crunch

 

Service outsources small stuff

 

Dealers

 

Ford Flex scores well, but not on sales charts

 

Golden Age for ultraluxury brands

 

Cold winter, hot sales start for 2015

 

Dodge dealers called out for 'unscrupulous' Hellcat sales practices by FCA exec

 

Snowbound New England dealers miss strong Feb. sales

 

Chevy Trax 'Hidden Gems' campaign leverages social media

 

Mini designers dream up a racy Clubman for 'Gran Turismo 6' video game

 

Fiat Chrysler to review its digital agency business, report says

 

Lexus wins 4th straight J.D. Power dependability title; Buick rises to No. 2

 

U.S. auto sales roar toward strongest February since 2002

 

Lithia Q4 net income jumps 50% as it makes acquisitions top priority

 

Buick cracks top 10 on Consumer Reports report card; Acura, Mercedes, Infiniti drop

 

Sonic reports progress toward 45-minute transaction goal

 

Upgrade envy has drivers trading in cars as often as iPhones

 

ADESA bows out of multiple platform auction sales

 

Dilawri Group expands rapidly in Canada

 

Daimler says it will sell more than 500,000 trucks this year, 700,000 by 2020

 

TrueCar's new pitch: Factory coupons for shoppers

 

Powerful? In this race, Ferrari trails Lego

 

A debut befitting the Kia K900?

 

Tesla: The one company that can get Kochs, Sierra Club to see eye to eye

 

Did you hear the one about the GM phone?

 

A sweet fleet deal

 

Lotus plans U.S. return with Evora 400

 

Porsche dealers eager to upgrade

 

Porsche may close a few U.S. dealerships