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2017 Vauxhall Insignia - latest spy shots

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - These are the latest images of the next-generation Vauxhall Insignia, testing of which has been ramped up near the Arctic Circle in preparation for the car's launch in 2017. The focus with the new version of Vauxhall's Mondeo rival is on making the car larger, lighter and more efficient.

Hurdles Face UAW Despite New Detroit Three Contracts

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - New challenges in 2016 include organizing nonunion workers in the Southern U.S. and the car-production exodus from the U.S. to Mexico at a time when General Motors, FCA and other automakers look abroad to grow their product portfolios.

2016 Alfa Romeo Giulietta: new teaser

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The facelifted Alfa Romeo Giulietta will be revealed on 24 February, as confirmed by a launch event invite that also teases the new car's nose. The 2016 model has already been spotted testing in the Arctic Circle ahead of its launch.

Honda Tops Annual Best Cars for the Money List

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Buying a new car or truck is a big investment… an investment of the worst kind since typically you lose thousands of dollars once you drive it off the lot. So it’s important that if you’re going to drop big cash like that, getting your money’s worth is vital. If that’s a factory in your buying process, then, according to a recent survey by U.S. News & World Report, you need to start with a Honda. The magazine released its 2016 U.S. News Best Cars for the Money awards covering 23 automotive categories. Each award highlights a single vehicle in each class that provides consumers with the best c

Cadillac global sales grow 2.2 percent in January

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Cadillac’s global expansion continued in January, with total sales of 20,625 marking a 2.2 percent increase following the 7.5 percent growth of 2015. Cadillac now enters a period of key product launches which are planned to further accelerate the sales and reinforce the rising stature of the brand.

One Big Reason Why Fewer People Buy Plug-in Cars This Time of Year

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Do you have a spare $7,500 you don’t mind doing without for the next year and a quarter? If you don’t you are certainly not alone, and the last five years of US plug-in car sales have shown buyers who stand to claim a federal tax credit – and in cases state incentives – are not as inclined to buy this time of the year.