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Strong sales in March dropped industrywide days-supply levels at the beginning of April, but total inventory levels remain high.
With the new Jetta, Volkswagen is moving away from the brand's traditional premium pricing in the compact sedan segment.
FCA US snapped an 18-month losing streak with March U.S. sales increasing 14 percent to 216,063 cars and light trucks behind the strength of a 45 percent gain in Jeep deliveries.
Volkswagen brand sales rose 18 percent to 32,548 on growing strength of the brand's lineup of crossovers.
Female buyers may be the key to success if Volkswagen decides to build its pickup concept.
The long-awaited Wrangler-based pickup will go into production this year and should be in FCA US dealerships by April 2019, FCA dealers learned during their make meeting at the NADA Show.
Volkswagen dealers continue to struggle with profitability as they climb back from the diesel emissions crisis and the subsequent buyback and repair of hundreds of thousands of vehicles.
Volkswagen doesn't have formal plans to build the Atlas Tanoak concept pickup unveiled Wednesday in New York, but is using it to gauge potential consumer interest.
Bringing an MQB-based small unibody pickup to the US market would never be enough on its own for VW to gain 3 percentage points of market share. But it could help.
The concept version of a five-seat VW Atlas debuting at the New York auto show features an innovative plug-in hybrid system capable of an estimated 26 miles of range under battery power.
As industry milestones go, this one is borderline unbelievable — 100 consecutive months of year-over-year sales gains. Who does that?
VW of America's CEO took an unambiguous stand against protectionist trade policies being put forth by the Trump administration and said he personally lobbied on the subject just three weeks ago.
New NADA Chairman Wes Lutz assures the convention that technological advances will not shake consumer desire to own a car.
Profitability remains a key concern for Volkswagen dealers as they climb their way back from the diesel emissions crisis and the subsequent buyback and repair of hundreds of thousands of vehicles.
Outgoing NADA Chairman Mark Scarpelli said dealers can be proud of their lobbying efforts over the last year, which protected the affordability of the automobile and the profitability of auto dealerships in a tumultuous...
Fiat Chrysler dealers learned in their make meeting Friday that the long anticipated Jeep Wrangler-based pickup the automaker is working on should be in showrooms by next April.
Profitability has been the key issue for Audi dealers for years, but while pressure on new-vehicle sales margins remains, some of the stress of dealership profitability has eased thanks mainly to the work of an Audi National...
The past year for Volkswagen dealers has seen at least some progress toward normalcy as the brand's sales recovered from the devastating impact of the automaker's diesel emissions scandal.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will transform a small former assembly plant in Detroit where the Dodge Viper was hand built into a new home for its sprawling automobile collection.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' U.S. dealership network is going through a transition as it prepares for a sudden influx of pickups and utility vehicles.
Volkswagen plans to invest $340 million to bring a third vehicle to its assembly plant in Chattanooga -- a five-seat version of its large Atlas crossover.
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