Affordability has broken down, but the costs of not having your own vehicle are even higher for many. Marin Cogan of Vox explains.
It's a tradeoff for dealerships. Lower inventory often means lower risk ... but is it an opportunity for competition?
Climate scientists say in the U.S., the transportation sector is the largest source of carbon emissions. Expanding public transit is key, they say.
Mark Kugman of Kugman Motors in St. Louis has two answers — one simple and one more complicated.
The price difference between a new car and a used car isn't as wide as it was before the pandemic.
Industry adviser Chelsea Sexton explains why she's skeptical.
Used car prices hit a record high this summer according to recent data from the business and research firm Cox Automotive. Economists there found car prices for July, which is usually a slow month, were up 5.1 percent from the same month last year. Why is this happening? Click the audio player above to hear the […]
This week, Tesla announced its plans to build a plant in Shanghai amid trade tensions between the U.S. and China
Car sales figures for last month are coming out today, but automakers are focusing on the future, especially since President Donald Trump has threatened tariffs of up to 25 percent on imported cars. GM says if tariffs land, its cars will cost up to $6,000 more, and the company would have to lay off workers. […]
If the threatened 25 percent tariffs on cars produced in the European Union coming into the United States are imposed, more and more people may head to the used car lot. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.