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The Ford Expedition's first redesign in 20 years will be priced $4,500 to $8,500 more than the current model.
Manheim's used-vehicle price index suggests that used prices are rising. Why is this key indicator diverging from other important pricing indexes?
The re-engineered 2018 Toyota Camry gets a modest increase to its sticker price, but a big bump in fuel economy and horsepower.
Dodge, as it prepares to allocate 3,000 of its 840-hp Challenger SRT Demons, is determined not to repeat bad dealer behavior that marred the 2014 launch of the Hellcats.
Subaru's second-generation Crosstrek, expected at dealerships later this summer, will be priced closely to the outgoing model. The 2018 Crosstrek 2.0i will start at $22,170.
Buick is pricing the retooled Enclave crossover at $40,970, including shipping, for 2018, almost $1,000 more than the outgoing version.
Battery powered cars will soon be cheaper to buy than conventional gasoline ones, offering immediate savings to drivers, new research shows.
As it goes to an all-electric strategy, Smart USA is dropping the price of its redesigned 2017 Smart Electric Drive coupe by $1,200 when it goes on sale this summer.
Pricing in the U.S. for the redesigned Volvo XC60 will begin at $42,495. The retooled XC60 went into production in April and is to arrive at dealerships in August.
Wholesale prices for full-size cars outperformed other car classes in March, gaining while auction prices for all other car segments fell.
Prices for used cars and trucks could fall 15 to 20 percent as dealerships become awash in off-lease vehicles, creating “a big problem” for new-vehicle sales, an analyst said.
This week's report about a stagnation in light-vehicle sales may be a sign that the auto industry is about to head back down the mountain at a rapid pace after a peak last year, Deutsche Bank says.
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