Vehicle markets: Latest news and analysis articles
Don't let the vanilla styling make you overlook the importance of the Celerio hatchback for Suzuki in Europe. The days of this brand being a...
Not too long ago, Volvo had just two plants in Sweden and one in Belgium, plus a couple of small-scale SKD operations. By 2018, the firm’s m...
A short week for us due to the first (of two) bank holidays has ended in a surprise majority win for the Conservatives overnight (along with...
Ford is secure as market leader in Britain but there was a major upset in the April passenger car market with Vauxhall losing its traditiona...
Carl Bayliss recently returned to his homeland after a decade in Hong Kong. He is the new country manager for Infiniti UK, responsible for all business activities including Sales, Marketing and Network Development.
Tim Tozer, Chairman and Managing Director of Vauxhall, has been in post since February and is on a mission to redefine GM's UK-only volume brand. Dave Leggett recently caught up with him.
Kelly Blue Book (KBB) expects May 2015 US new vehicle sales to decline 1% year on year to 1.59m units for an estimated 17.3m seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR).
UK automakers passed the 500,000 milestone for car production in April with 530,505 new cars built to date.
Five generations down the road since launch (initially as the 190 sedan) in 1982, Mercedes-Benz has sold over eight million saloon and estate/wagon C-class cars.
The Ford Mustang has appeared in some 3,000 films and TV shows in its 51 year history but, in what was arguably its best-remembered and most defining role, in the 1968 Steve McQueen movie 'Bullitt', the car on screen was not actually a Mustang.
Almost 50 years since starting operations in 1966, Nissan Mexico has built its 10 millionth vehicle.
Thailand’s new vehicle market continued its steep decline in April with sales falling by over 26% to 54,085 units from the already depressed 73,242 units sold in the same month of last year, according to data collected by the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).
Ping goes the inbox and there's the weekly recall notification list from the US government's road safety regulator, the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (or NHTSA or even 'Nit-sa' for short in the local vernacular).
There are various museums back home in Japan but I was not aware of any Japanese automaker setting up a major facility abroad until I received this news about Honda's new US Heritage Center in Marysville, Ohio.
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