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Jeep Takes Top Spot Again on American-Made Index

Jeep Takes Top Spot Again on American-Made Index

The discussion of what constitutes an “American” car, truck or sport-ute can end up in a rather heated chat given today’s climate; however, there is a standard and using it, the “most American” vehicle for 2019 is the Jeep Cherokee — again. The Cherokee took the top...
U.S. New Vehicle Sales Tick Upward in May

U.S. New Vehicle Sales Tick Upward in May

With Fiat Chrysler and Toyota leading the way, automakers surprised on the upside in May, posting modest sales increases for the month. FCA, where overall sales increased 2%, reported setting three records in May, led by the Ram brand which notched its 12th...
China Car Sales Tumble for 10th Consecutive Month

China Car Sales Tumble for 10th Consecutive Month

For much of the past two decades, China’s new vehicle market was the envy of the world, with routine double-digit annual growth approaching triple-digit gains on several occasions – but the numbers were down 14.6% in April, marking the 10th consecutive monthly...
Honda Takes Q4 Loss, Sees Full-Year Profits Fall 42%

Honda Takes Q4 Loss, Sees Full-Year Profits Fall 42%

Honda Motor Co. sold more vehicles during first quarter of 2019 than it did during the same period last year, yet reported a $118 million loss, or 13 billion yen, for its fiscal fourth quarter, the company reported. The Japanese automaker cited unfavorable exchange...
Electrifying America

Electrifying America

Volkswagen plans to spend $50 billion on battery-electric vehicles while General Motors’ CEO says the automaker is on a “path” to go fully electric. Volvo, Nissan, Toyota, Ford and, of course, Tesla, by mid-decade, these and other manufacturers expect to have more...