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Infiniti had a record year in 2015, selling 215,250 vehicles worldwide. January is looking good too, with the addition of the UK-built Q30 j...
BMW not too long ago revealed a preview of a 1 Series sedan, something which could well be the perfect complement to the current hatchback r...
How often do any of us get into the driver's seat of a car and do a double take at the calibrations on the speedo? Indeed, the correct answe...
As winter starts to really take hold in Russia – both climatically through the advent of the first real cold of this time of year – and equa...
SsangYong has operated in Europe for a long time, but suddenly, sales have been surging - beyond 100% YoY in most countries. And that's not just due to the addition of the hot-selling Tivoli B-crossover. Steve Gray, the company's UK head of Marketing, tells just-auto what's ahead for the rest of the decade.
At the 2015 IAA, we caught up with Ford of Britain’s newly-appointed chairman and managing director Andy Barratt. Prior to taking up his new role he had served as Ford of Britain’s director of sales since 2011.
BMW is spending THB220m (US$6.3m) on a new national parts distribution centre in Bang-Na, on the outskirts of the Thai capital Bangkok.
Jeep sales in India will start in mid-2016, the automaker confirmed during the Delhi show.
Toyota has confirmed reports from earlier today that, after nearly 13 years, it will drop its Scion brand in the US market and 'transition to Toyota'.
PSA Peugeot Citroen is declining to confirm reports it could hold an exceptional Supervisory Board meeting today (27 January) ahead of Iranian President, Hassan Rohani's visit to Paris tomorrow, which could spark the establishment of a joint venture in the country.
Russia is to inject RUB50bn (US$628m) into its domestic automotive sector as a plunging rouble and free-falling oil prices continue to exert huge pressure on consumer confidence.
Ford says it will close down all operations by the end of this year in Japan and Indonesia, where it says it has no prospect of making a profit.
I got to visit the Louvre museum in Paris last week with PSA Peugeot-Citroen. It was a pretty lavish affair for a facelift to the DS 3 model, but the scale of the event and the lavishness points to how important the premium DS brand is to PSA.
As one who has worked 'down in parts' in a previous life I have not a little sympathy for the warehouse and counter men and women at Hyundai Motor Company Australia's spare parts operation.
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