Inventory is rising as people sell extra vehicles to take advantage of high prices and dealerships make enticing trade-in offers, experts say.
Low auto inventories are giving car dealers a lot more leverage.
In the aftermath of the Great Recession there's no way anyone would have predicted sales this robust.
Ford looked into why sales of its Transit van were higher among small businesses and found mobile storefronts replacing brick and mortar.
Global automakers, to take one example, are finding the downward trend concerning.
The new Model Y is — technically — a lot like the Model 3.
Volvo is the first major car company to announce when it will stop developing cars that run on good ol’ internal combustion engines. Starting in 2019, all of Volvo’s new models will be hybrids or electric vehicles. The company has its origins in Sweden, but it’s been owned by Chinese carmaker Geely since 2009. You […]
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