Civic is tops with minority buyersJan. 14
Demand cools for once-hot cars at auctionsJan. 15
It's easy to see why wholesale prices for used midsize sedans are declining: aggressively priced, subvented leases adopted two and three years ago to clear out the cars as consumer preferences shifted to crossovers and SUVs have begun to ripple through the used-car market.
BMW's sporty X2 fills key gap in utility lineupJan. 16
Slowing down? No wayJan. 8
M-B made the right moves to improveJan. 15
Industry ignores boomers' needsJan. 15
Mitsu eager to prove potentialJan. 14
Toyota, Mazda: Drama behind the rush to AlabamaJan. 15
BALANCING ACTJan. 15
The Camry and other iconic cars may be outliers rather than trendsetters in their ability to defy the rush toward crossovers. And that's a problem Toyota is taking seriously, even as it fields one of the industry's broadest assortments of car models.
Streak is still alive! No, not that streakJan. 15
Luxury showdown in '18?Jan. 13
Mercedes-Benz has spent two consecutive years atop the U.S. luxury market, but BMW and Lexus are looking for growth from new products on the way. 2018 could be a year of gains for luxury vehicles, even with overall sales on the decline.