China has agreed to reduce import taxes on U.S.-built vehicles from 40% to 15% for the duration of a 90-day countdown to a new trade deal between the world’s two largest economies.
Black Book’s final depreciation report of 2018 finds prices for used cars and trucks decreased by 2.7% and 2.3%, respectively, with declines among compacts, minivans, and full-size utilities setting the pace.
Toyota dealers are preparing for a second recall of 65,000 Corollas, Sequoias, Tundras, and Lexus SCs fitted with replacement Takata airbag inflators that will themselves be replaced by third-party suppliers.
Cox Automotive’s latest Dealer Sentiment Index finds a ‘notable negative turn’ among U.S. dealers, the majority of whom took a dim view of the fourth-quarter market and their 2019 prospects.
CarMD’s 2018 Vehicle Health Index finds Mazda was the most affordable brand to repair and the 2017 Hyundai Tucson registered the lowest average check-engine repair cost.
Autotrader has announced the Best New Automotive Technology for 2019, a list that skews toward advanced safety systems and smartphone connectivity.
Priority One Financial Services has added Medallion Bank and Aqua Finance to its EZ-Sign electronic signature process.
Nissan and former executives Carlos Ghosn and Greg Kelly were formally indicted for violations of Japan’s financial instruments and exchange law.
The number of electric vehicles on U.S. roads will double in the next three years, according to a new report from the Edison Electric Institute.
Experts say a growing affordability gap is driving renewed interest in late-model sedans as new-vehicle buyers and manufacturers go all-in on SUVs and trucks.
CornerStone United has been named to the 2018 Grant Thornton list of Top 100 privately owned North Carolina companies.
The head of the California New Car Dealers Association has asked Volvo to suspend its subscription program in that state, raising concerns over payment packing and unlawful competition.