April 28, 2015
- It's not uncommon for media commenters to look at electric-car sales numbers, only to conclude that the segment is teetering on the brink of death. Electric cars will never become mainstream, they argue, because of fickle consumers who base their-car purchases on what the price of gas happens to be the moment they walk into a dealership. Yet...
April 25, 2015
- With 29% and 30% of their U.S. sales coming from pickup trucks, respectively, General Motors and Ford Motor Company fall from the top two positions to the second and third when auto manufacturer sales are compared without pickups. Toyota, therefore, becomes the top dog with 507,000 non-pickup sales through the first-quarter of 2015, 21,000 more […] The post Chart Of The Day: Imagine The U.S. Auto Industry Without Pickup Trucks appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
- What does E85 ethanol fuel tun out to be really, really good for? And, where do you have to live to get a good clearance deal on a 2015 Chevy Volt, at least right now? This is our video look back at the Week In Reverse--...
April 24, 2015
- The hefty pay package reflected strong sales and was less than that of chief executives at rival domestic automakers.
- General Motors' return to selling smaller pickups in the United States has resuscitated a moribund market segment, but new data highlights the risk that the automaker's new trucks are cannibalizing sales of higher-priced models.
April 23, 2015
- GM Korea produced much of the Chevrolet models sold in the European market.
- TOKYO - Toyota kept the title of world's biggest automaker on Thursday with first-quarter sales of 2.52 million vehicles globally, outpacing Volkswagen and General Motors, despite weakening demand at home.
- Although sales of keys, locks and other parts for Ford, General Motors and Chrysler vehicles fell, those declines were offset by higher sales to other suppliers.
- More metal for the Indian marketplace.