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2017 Chevrolet Trax

Despite Quality Awards, Chevy Offers Steep Discounts

The current major marketing campaign for Chevrolet, the largest division of General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM), talks about the record number of J.D. Power "initial quality awards" it has received recently. ...
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VW 2018 Atlas

Volkswagen Pulls Ahead of Toyota in Global Sales, Despite Diesel Scandal

Despite a scandal over the manipulation of diesel engine output that affected tens of thousands of cars and cost the Volkswagen CEO his job, the huge German car company sold ...
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How Auto Dealers Are Looking to Attack Profitability Concerns

Auto dealers are constantly under pressure to move cars off their lots, and profitably for this industry has always been a real concern. Even more problems arise when certain models ...
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US Auto Sales Begin to Falter in January as Industry Faces Struggles

The auto industry cannot sell 17 million cars and light trucks in America year after year. At some point buyer demand will become sated. Higher interest rates will force manufacturers to ...
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2016 Lexus LX 570

2 German, 2 US Luxury Car Makers Shut Out of Best Resale Value Lists

When you pay north of around $40,000 for a luxury vehicle, one of the extras you might expect is a higher resale value when you either trade or sell the ...
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2017 Cadillac Escalade

New Cadillac Lease Program Major Flop

Cadillac got a tremendous amount of publicity for its new "Book by Cadillac" program. But the customer service for the program is poor. The potential customer who signs up for ...
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201 Toyota Tacoma

2017 Vehicles With Highest Projected Resale Value

Chances are that when you buy a new car, the resale value of that car a few years down the road does not figure prominently in the decision. After all, ...
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Trump, Auto Industry CEOs Talk Regulation, Taxes Over Breakfast

President Donald Trump and the CEOs of America's Detroit Three automakers are meeting for breakfast Tuesday morning, and there's not much mystery about what they're going to be talking about. Here's ...
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What Trump’s Trade Statement Means for the Auto Industry

The inauguration of President Donald Trump last Friday and the next day's demonstration may have obscured action on one of the new president's most often mentioned campaign promises. The president ...
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Will Trump CEO Advisors Have Trouble With Female Customers?

The formation of the president’s Strategic and Policy Forum was a fairly quiet affair, at least as measured against scores of other actions taken by President Donald Trump. Its 16 ...
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GM Set to Announce $1 Billion US Investment, Creation of 1,000 Jobs

According to a report at The Wall Street Journal, General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) will announce Tuesday a plan to invest at least $1 billion in new investments in the U.S. ...
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Ford’s 2016 EU Sales Growth Trails GM, FCA

New car registrations in the European Union (EU) for the month of December totaled 1.14 million units, up about 30,000 units compared with December of last year. Year over year, ...
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Is Fiat Chrysler in the Same Emissions Mess as Volkswagen?

It turns out that Volkswagen may not have been the only car company that in the wrong on emissions. Reports that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU) is now being ...
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Cadillac

Is GM Too Optimistic on Its Own Forecasts for 2017?

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) on Tuesday announced that it expects to report fiscal 2016 earnings at the high end of its expected range and that the company is boosting ...
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GM Rental Fleet Sales Double in December

Fleet sales are generally considered to undermine auto company profits. Rental fleet sales fall into the same category. Individual buyers generally pay more money than corporate ones. In light of all ...
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