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In July, Alfa Romeo outsold Jaguar, gaining ground on its luxury competitor.
Subaru's inventory level fell to 26 days on Aug. 1, its lowest point of the year and the lowest for any brand or automaker so far in 2018.
GM is looking at the bookends of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado lineup to expand sales and attract new buyers.
Longtime Ohio auto dealer Ed Mullinax, pioneer of one-price, no-haggle selling, died Aug 4 at the age of 85.
Sedans aren't anywhere close to obsolete. Brands just need to aim them at the right audiences with the proper messaging.
Ford said its sales in China fell 32 percent in July from a year earlier to 57,662 vehicles, as the automaker continued to suffer from a lack of fresh models in the world's largest auto market.
Carvana continued to add new markets in the second quarter while more than doubling revenue and widening its net loss.
It's no longer enough to simply build and sell commercial vans. Mercedes is turning it into a services concept.
Geely may invest at least $1.9 billion to revive Lotus, adding a new factory and research center as it seeks to create a nameplate that can compete with Porsche and Ferrari, Bloomberg reported.
Automakers have so far dealt with the downturn in an adult manner — anxious, apparently, to preserve the health of the market even at lower volume.
Sales figures suggest Ram's plan to use its previous-version light-duty truck as a fleet queen isn't going according to plan.
A flooded Honda factory in Mexico will dent sales and earnings results for months to come. The forecast clouded a solid quarterly earnings report.
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