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The study shows "huge variation" in the Tesla purchasing experience.

Infiniti, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz took the top spots in Pied Piper's tenth annual Prospect Satisfaction Index, while other prominent brands struggled.

A discussion of which cars best hit the balance between driving pleasure and family practicality.

An American pony car outdoes the home team in March.

March 2016 was not good for Germany's sports cars, as two of the best, the Audi TT and Porsche 911, were outsold by the Ford Mustang in their home market.

Upgraded V10 Plus Priced At $191,150

Audi's new all-automatic, V10-only R8 lineup has been priced. The new base model's price is unchanged from its predecessor, but the V10 Plus is up $7,400.

British Brand Inks Deal With Ally Financial

Why buy when you can lease? That question now applies to the British supercars from McLaren, as the company has scored a financing deal with Ally Financial.

We run through some questions to ask yourself if you are shopping for an electric vehicle. Many factors impact the decision, like whether to go new or used.

An Ohio auto lender's aggressive tactics towards active-duty and retired military borrowers has run it afoul of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Edmunds finds that hybrid and EV owners are increasingly trading in their vehicles for traditional cars, and more are trading out of hybrids and EVs to get into SUVs.

The Federal Trade Commission is wrapping up its so-called Operation Ruse Control, which went after car dealers for deceptive advertising and other types of fraud. It resulted in 252 enforcement actions and six cases for the FTC.

Are people starting to view replacing their cars as being no different than replacing their iPhone? Well, yeah, kinda.

The value of outstanding auto loans reached $886 billion in 2014, which was an all-time record, according to Experian.

Young buyers are increasingly turning away from showroom visits when car shopping in favor of comparing potential purchases online. Dealers are learning how to adapt.

The price of the BMW i3 goes up by a total of $1,075 to account for more standard equipment and a slightly higher destination charge.

Infotainment Influx Taking Toll On Customers and Dealers Alike

You remember Rikk Wilde. The Chevrolet regional manager became an immediate sensation last fall when he stammered through his World Series presentation and invoked the now-famous "technology and stuff" catchphrase to describe the automaker's latest offerings. As it turns out, he's not the only car guy struggling to offer more specifics on the newest automotive technology.

Despite what you may have heard, Millennials actually do like driving. An MTV study examines why Generation Y really is into cars.

Although there were hints and allegations that the Volkswagen Group might have taken the global sales crown for 2014, the final tally puts Toyota at the top for the third year in a row with 10.23 million sales in 2014. Volkswagen Group came second with 10.14 million units sold, General Motors came third with 9.92 million units sold. In 2015, however, the top two positions are expected to swap.

Automotive remarketer Alteso is pitching a new way to conduct wholesale car auctions, which currently aren't open to the public. Their idea would give everyday customers a way to visit a dealer's site to see what's being offered at auction, then they could request the dealer buy the car on their behalf and take delivery the next day.

Chinese dealers have long submitted to the power of foreign automakers, but with inventories out of control and only 30 percent of dealers operating at a profit, the situation has gotten so bad that the country's largest dealer body has complained to the government.

Having sold 336,441 cars in the US in 2012, Subaru said in early 2013 that it wanted to hit 500,000 annual sales here by 2015. After boosting sales to 424,683 in 2013, it's hit its half-mil target a year early: on December 29, 2014 Subaru sold its 500,000th car.

Automotive News article says the Lexus December to Remember campaign started in 1998 that helped turn December into one of the biggest months of the year for car sales. Before that - and "that" wasn't that long ago - December was close to last in sales because no one seriously considered buying a car for Christmas.

Every industry develops its own slang – mastering it brings people together as part of a group and makes communication harder for outsiders to understand. Given the less-than-sterling reputation that car salesmen have among many consumers, it should be no surprise that they also have their own insider jargon. Much of the lingo is now finally coming to light in one place thanks to an Ohio lawyer specializing in 'lemon law' cases who keeps a dictionary of the terms on his website.

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