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New cars have been a seller's market, but that's changing
In March, the average new car sold for $171 below asking price, according to Kelley Blue Book. But that's still higher than before COVID.
Adaptive headlights will soon make night driving brighter without blinding others
The technology, new to the U.S., can potentially make driving at night safer, says David Aylor of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
After a wild year, the used-car market may be returning to normal
Inventory is rising as people sell extra vehicles to take advantage of high prices and dealerships make enticing trade-in offers, experts say.
Don't want to pay sticker price for a new car? Good luck with that.
Low auto inventories are giving car dealers a lot more leverage.
Vehicle sales remained strong in 2019
In the aftermath of the Great Recession there's no way anyone would have predicted sales this robust.
Do people really buy cars as holiday gifts?
It might be a good time to find a bargain, but that present might not be appreciated.
The "van life" movement reaches businesses
Ford looked into why sales of its Transit van were higher among small businesses and found mobile storefronts replacing brick and mortar.
Slowing growth in China a concern to global companies
Global automakers, to take one example, are finding the downward trend concerning.
If Tesla makes a less fancy SUV... can it make it faster?
The new Model Y is — technically — a lot like the Model 3.
Disability rights advocates sue Uber over inaccessibility
Disability Rights Advocates filed a class-action lawsuit against Uber.