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Look for disappointing August sales figures next week, but try not to worry too much – September will likely be dynamite.

We pore over auto sales data every month to find out which cars are selling and leasing for the steepest discounts on average.

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Trucks and crossovers might be a booming automotive market at the moment, but companies are also using performance cars to boost profit margins from their lineups.

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Audi took the April sales crown, outselling its Teutonic rivals. Good news aside, though, Mercedes and BMW both saw faster sales growth last month.

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Subaru will hit a North American sales goal five years ahead of schedule, and is celebrating that fact by expanding production at its Indiana factory.

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The transaction prices for fullsize SUVs were up in April, while small cars have been sitting for months on dealership lots.

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Ford might be making $13,000 or more on each F-150 that the company sells.

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Better Charging Infrastructure Necessary For Higher Sales

Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn says company could sell 50,000 Leaf EVs a year in the US.

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Russia's auto industry continues to suffer, thanks to rapid inflation due to plunging oil prices and western sanctions.

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

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If you have been saving to buy a new Huayra, we've got bad news for you: Pagani has sold them all. But the exotic automaker might still have some things in the works.

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The Toyota Prius narrowly lost its sales crown to the Honda Accord in California in 2014. Both models saw their sales numbers increase in the state for the year, but the Honda had the bigger boost.

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Nissan Leaf Sales Fall, While Toyota Green Car Sales Little Changed

US green-car vehicle sales in January fell 8.6 percent from a year earlier, as Ford, General Motors falter.

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Automaker To Add 1,550 Jobs To Support Production

The 2015 Ford F-150 is off to a strong start. Here's why January's sales bode well for Ford's flagship pickup.

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

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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.

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After several years of growing sales, Subaru sees 2015 as no different. The Japanese brand thinks that it could sell around 540,000 vehicles in the US this year to make it the automaker's largest single market. To cope with all of this demand, the brand is also boosting production and later planning to add additional capacity to its SIA factory in Indiana for the Legacy and Outback.

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Despite only being on the market for a few months, Hyundai is already reportedly considering a major redesign of the latest Sonata. While demand is growing, the automaker wants the model to sell even better. The changes in the look of the Korean sedan would be timed with the model's refresh in 2017 or 2018.

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Annual Green Car Sales Drop 6.5 Percent Compared To 2013

US green-car sales in 2014 fell 6.5 percent from a year earlier as gas prices plunge. December green-car sales fall 7.8 percent.

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Ford is promoting Mark LaNeve to become the head of the automaker's marketing, sales, service and dealer relations in the US, replacing John Felice, who is retiring. LaNeve is an auto industry veteran with previous experience in high-ranking position at General Motors, Volvo Cars North America and others. His previous position was as the chief operating officer at Global Ford Team, the Blue Oval's global advertising agency.

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Out of 16.5-million overall sales in 2014, the top three vehicles sold last year in the US were pickup trucks, led by the Ford F-Series. The rest of the top ten featured three Hondas, two Fords, two Toyotas and a Nissan, and elsewhere on the charts a number of brands had record years.

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