The market for compact crossovers hasn’t been this competitive—or this crowded—in the more than two decades the mini-utility vehicles have been on the road.
Another day, another survey suggesting that Americans would prefer to buy cars online.
With all the recent headlines about healthcare, Russian hackers, and missing handshakes, the Trump administration has been a bit quieter about its proposed border tax (or possibly, border tariff) than it was a few weeks ago.
From Motor Authority:
Porsche delivered 238,000 cars in 2016 and banked 3.9 billion euros (approximately $4.1 billion) in operating profit. That works out to roughly $17,250 in operating profit per car, up 9 percent on 2015’s results.
Next-generation versions of the Volkswagen Touareg and Polo have been spotted in South Africa wearing minimal camouflage gear.
Opel’s Insignia mid-sizer has just been redesigned. So far we’ve only seen the Grand Sport fastback sedan and Sports Tourer wagon. Also in the pipeline is a Country Tourer soft-roader, which has just been spied in prototype form.
From Green Car Reports:
A common refrain among critics of current and future fuel-economy standards is that the need to comply with them produces job cuts in the auto industry.
Tesla electric cars have many notable and pioneering qualities. Faultless reliability has not necessarily been one of them.
As it tries to put the ongoing diesel-emissions scandal behind it, VW Group is focusing its future on electric cars.