U.S. buyers ready to pay most for built-in vehicle technology, study saysMon, 19, Jun 2017
Automotive display suppliers have bright future, says IHS MarkitThu, 04, May 2017
GM repeats win for best customer loyaltySat, 28, Jan 2017
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Toyota doubles down on emerging marketsMon, 02, Jan 2017
Age of U.S. vehicles rises again as quality improvesMon, 28, Nov 2016
One-stop shops for self-driving technologyMon, 07, Nov 2016
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Middle Eastern consumers are overlooked, dealers are toldMon, 08, Aug 2016
Dealers and auto companies without a strategy to court consumers of Middle Eastern descent are missing an opportunity to grow their customer base, said the vice president of diversity and inclusion at IHS Markit.
Americans spurn the all-American station wagon, limiting choice, growthMon, 04, Jul 2016
Manufacturers would love to see more station wagon sales in the U.S. to help them offset the costs of developing them for Europe, where wagons and hatchbacks remain popular. But despite their very American pedigree, wagons are proving highly resistible to U.S. consumers, who are migrating en masse from sedans to crossovers and SUVs.