October sales dip but SAAR remains highNov. 1
U.S. auto sales slipped slightly in October yet the industry chalked up its second-strongest selling rate of the year. Automakers were aided by higher discounts and fleet shipments at some automakers, strong truck volume and replacement demand in states battered by hurricanes.
Nissan, Ford, Toyota sales rise behind strong truck volumeNov. 7
The LONG HAULOct. 29
Innovation helps drive decades of dominationOct. 28
Double shot of Ram in '18 could strike SilveradoOct. 30
Pull of a $100,000 pickup? Luxury plus extreme capabilityOct. 9
100 grand all-inOct. 2
It's a whole new auto gameOct. 1
A turning point for Texas' auto market?Oct. 2
Things are looking brighter for the Texas auto market as parts of the state hardest hit by low oil prices and natural disasters start the long road to recovery, lifting a market that has underperformed in recent years.