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2019 Detroit Auto Show Winners and Losers | News

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry Sports cars, SUVs and a big truck took main stage at the 2019 North American International Auto Show in Detroit the year before it reboots to warm weather in June 2020. The show, which typically hosts a feverish release of cars, trucks and SUVs ...

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Chinese auto brand Nio zeroes in on 7-seat electric SUV

SHANGHAI — The Chinese electric vehicle startup formerly known as NextEV gained some early credibility through its connection to Martin Leach, the former Ford of Europe president who managed NextEV’s Formula E racing team. All about Nio Vehicles In production: ES8 SUV Up next: ES6 SUV, planned for 2019 Supercar: EP9 Autonomous concept: Eve Manufacturing ...

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Car dealers competing with brands in auto subscription business

FlexWheels sounds a lot like the subscription plans that Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz and other auto brands have been rolling out in the past year. Customers can swap vehicles up to three times a month and don’t have to worry about insurance, maintenance and other hassles that come with traditional ownership. But there’s a key difference: FlexWheels  is run by a Florida dealership group ...

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Auto industry lobbies for 95 octane as new regular

GM, Ford and Fiat Chrysler are seeking just one grade of fuel: 95. That would eliminate today’s grades, generally 87 octane for regular, 88-90 for midgrade and 91-94 for premium. Photo credit: BLOOMBERG The auto industry is finally getting traction on its quest to make 95 octane gasoline the new regular in the United States. In testimony Friday before ...

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Can auto subscriptions be the next big thing?

The way consumers choose their next car might have more in common with Netflix than the traditional retail system that’s defined the automotive industry for more than a century. A plethora of vehicle subscription services being rolled out offer customers the ability to make all-in, month-to-month payments and the option to frequently switch vehicles as their needs change. Some let ...

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Auto suppliers dividing to conquer

Auto component suppliers around the world are tearing themselves apart. On purpose. They are convinced that by no longer being conglomerates, they will gain favor from investors and industry customers. And so, like amoebas under a microscope, parts makers are splitting in two, separating self-driving operations from drivetrain business units, old technologies from new, or selling off divisions deemed inessential ...

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Shopping for a Car After the Auto Shows? We Can Help | News

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Cars.com photo by Kelsey Mays The glow of the four major U.S. auto shows — Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago and New York — may be fading, but automakers’ push to get those 2019 models you saw on the show floors out to dealers and into your driveway is only just beginning. If you saw ...

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Taking the Kids to the Auto Show? Here’s How to Stay Sane | News

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Jenni Driven 2018 NYIAS Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry Heading to an auto show with your kids seems like a trip only for the foolhardy or the overconfident, but it’s one that I recommend to friends who are shopping for a new family car. I’ve done it — though not always successfully. Learn from ...

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2018 Denver Auto Show: 5 Things You Can’t Miss | News

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> milehightraveler/iStock CARS.COM — You don’t have to be a diehard Broncos fan to appreciate all that the Mile High City has to offer — Denver has much more to it than NFL football and a high altitude, after all. This Colorado boom-town owes its origins to 19th-century gold rushes and is still proud of ...

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New York auto show hits and misses

Toyota Corolla: A cut above entry-level competitors. Twin chrome exhaust finishers are a nice touch. Engineering reporter and car critic nonpareil Richard Truett made his jaunt through the Javits Center and, yes, did a bit of fault-finding. But our man liked a lot of what he saw — even some of the cars. Remember cars? Nissan Altima HIT: Nissan Altima ...

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5 Things You Can’t Miss at the 2018 New York Auto Show | News

<meta itemprop=”width” content=”1170″> <meta itemprop=”height” content=”1170″> Genesis Essentia Concept Cars.com photo by Christian Lantry; Cars.com graphic by Paul Dolan Public days at the 2018 New York International Auto Show begin today (March 30) and run until April 8. Our intrepid staff members have scoured the show top to bottom to find everything newsworthy. They’ve also been on the lookout for ...

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