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Hyundai, Kia notch records on Santa Fe, Soul

Facing stock market turmoil and an unfriendly calendar, Korean siblings Hyundai and Kia still set monthly U.S. sales records in August on strong demand for crossovers. Hyundai reported selling 72,012 vehicles for the month, a 2.9 percent increase, as Kia claimed 58,897 units sold, up 7.7 percent.  » READ
 

Sales edge down but SAAR soars to 17.81 million

 

Canada sales rise 2.2% in August

 

Lexus grabs second straight monthly U.S. sales win, narrows gap with BMW

 

Ford's U.S. retail volume best since '06

 

Toyota, Honda suffer from weak car deliveries

 

Weak Nissan, strong Infiniti results leaves Nissan N.A. off slightly

 

VW's run ends with 8.1% drop; Audi's hot streak continues

 

GM slips as fleet pullback continues

 

Record Jeep, Ram pickup demand push FCA up 1.7%

 

Sales may dip for first time in 19 months

 

Cox working way toward broader role in auto retail

 

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Oil prices, in boon to truck sales, fall below $40 a barrel as glut spreads

 

How Daimler's Car2go could transform how New Yorkers get around town

 

Signs dealership throughput is nearing a peak

 

Toyota to embrace online car shopping

 

Hot July thins inventory

 

Fleet buyers eased off in July

 

Nissan supplies campus car-sharing program

 

U.S. dealership throughput poised for new record in '15, study says

 

Galloping toward a big sales finish

 

Lexus: 'Dealers set the price, and that's the price'

 

Is Cadillac's next challenger Infiniti?

 

Crossover sales still cruising ahead

 

July's secret sauce? There's 'Nothing bad happening'

 

Tesla alters first sales incentive after Va. cracks down

 

Honda's $16,000 coupe sells out in Japan after first production run

 

Lexus leans on leases as U.S. luxury race tightens

 

Canada auto sales edge up in July; Ford and GM down

 

AutoNation U.S. sales rise 9% in July

 

GM economist predicts new U.S. sales records

 

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Lexus, with summer deals, grabs monthly luxury crown over Mercedes, BMW

 

Nissan, Honda outpace the market on crossovers, sedans

 

Weak car, Scion results offset strong truck deliveries at Toyota

 

Mazda slips 7.1% as little minivan is phased out

 

Subaru jumps 11%, sets monthly record

 

Ford rises 5% on crossovers, higher F-150 spiffs

 

Audi's crossovers and Golf family boost VW group

 

Pickups, retail sales power GM's 6.4% gain

 

FCA advances 6.2% as Jeep juggernaut rolls on

 

Can inventory hubs aid small Caddy stores?

 

Honda quarterly profit rises 20% as U.S. sales, weak yen offset quality costs

 

GM pulls back on rental fleet sales, seeks better margins

 

Mazda's quarterly profit falls 5.4% despite strong China, U.S. sales

 

Average age of U.S. fleet hits record 11.5 years, IHS says