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Declining Production Numbers Hint Next-Gen Nissan Leaf Might Be Here Soon

Leaf production numbers have declined this summer even more steeply than its sales numbers. It's thought that Nissan is getting ready to roll out the 2016 model.

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Buick is dramatically cutting prices for much of the 2016 Regal lineup to better compete in the segment. Buyers of this year's Regal GS will find the sticker over $3,000 less expensive than it was on 2015 models.

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The average age of the US passenger fleet has ticked up to a new record of 11.5 years. There are more vehicles in operation than ever before, too.

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Autoline On Autoblog With John McElroy

The US auto market is on pace for record sales this year. But the percentage of the population buying new cars is declining. Why? Stagnant wages.

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Hellcat From Hell Is The Most Hellcat Of All

Feel like driving a muscle machine bearing the number of the beast? Someone on Craigslist is asking $89,000 for a devilish Challenger Hellcat with the VIN ending in 666.

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Wayne and D'Ann Rauh of Arp, TX, take delivery of two more unique Dodge Vipers, customized through the 1 of 1 program, taking their collection up to 79 Pentastar supercars.

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The Federal Trade Commission is investigating General Motors for allegedly selling certified pre-owned cars without having completed pending recall repairs.

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Mazda USA gave a new MX-5 Miata to an owner after their Launch Edition was in an accident almost as soon as it left the showroom.

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Harry Metcalfe is sharing some of his Porsche knowledge in a new video. He tells what to look for when buying a 911, whether a classic 1972 coupe or a more modern 964-chassis RS Clubsport. They're both wonderful examples to check out.

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Buick begins a program offering 24-hour test drives called "24 Hours of Happiness." It's meant as a long-term brand builder rather than a quick sales boost.

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Glass' Information Services Takes A Look At Falling EV Values In The UK

Three electric cars score are in the top five worst depreciating vehicles in Europe according to a new report from Glass' Information Services.

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Toyota has revealed pricing for the Special Editions of the new Corolla and Camry it revealed back at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show, charging a premium over the models on which they're each based.

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A study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute finds diesels are much more economical to own over three to five years than gas models.

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Despite a generally down market, EV and PHEV sales are booming in China, and that looks to continue. In June, the volume was over twice as high as in the US.

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Mazda issues suggested retailing pricing for the new 2016 CX-3 subcompact crossover, starting at around $20,000 but quickly ratcheting up to nearly $30,000.

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Toyota's eight Mirai dealers in California are getting ready to start selling the hydrogen fuel cell sedans in October. One of these showrooms is even willing to turn potential customers away if they aren't right for the model.

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Honda is altering its lending policies and setting up a $24-million compensation fund after the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau charged that some of its dealers have engaged in discriminatory practices.

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The 2016 Hyundai Tucson not only wears some handsome new styling, but it gets a more efficient 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder for most trims. Base models start at $23,595.

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Nicolae Popescu, the person with the second-highest reward on the FBI's Cyber Most Wanted list, is accused of making $3 million by fraudulently selling fake cars online to buyers in the US. The bureau is willing to pay $1 million for a tip leading to his capture.

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First Drop For Autos In Two Years

Just as China's stock market collapses, the country's passenger car association reports the first sales slump there in over two years. The fall is predicted to extend further into the second half of 2015.

These are the best-selling cars and trucks in the United States from June 2015. Trucks were the hottest sellers, led by the redesigned 2015 Ford F-150.

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