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A century ago, cars took over city streets, and they won't relinquish control anytime soon.

A century ago, cars took over city streets, and they won't relinquish control anytime soon.

Ford, GM gains offset impact of Model 3's production trickle

Hybrids, plug-ins show strong gains at the three-quarter mark, with Fusion Hybrid, Chevy Bolt leading the way.

Hybrid, plug-in sales growth slows on eve of new EV's debut

Hybrid and plug-in sales growth from U.S. automakers fall off, offsetting gains from Nissan and Honda.

A milestone for the Chevy Bolt, and a one-off sale by Lexus.

A milestone for the Chevy Bolt, and a one-off sale by Lexus.

It's a lightning-fast fuel-guzzler.

You won't get far on a single tank.

Will Ford not offer the new 2018 Fiesta stateside? We can't be sure. But it's offering deals on the outgoing 2017 Fiesta ST.

Fusion Hybrid, Bolt score big in June

Green car gains with Ford, General Motors more than offset declines from Toyota, BMW.

American automakers more than offset down months from Toyota, Bimmer

Ford, General Motors and Tesla all boost plug-in and hybrid vehicle sales for May.

Nissan and Honda complement US green-vehicle gains.

US automakers General Motors and Ford lead gains as Americans buy more hybrids and plug-ins.

April is the second disappointing month in a row for new US car sales.

Volt, Bolt, Prius Plug-in, and e-Golf all boost sales

US green car sales rose 20 percent from a year earlier thanks to higher plug-in vehicle demand.

Chevy Volt, Ford progress offset by Japanese models.

US green-car sales for June plunge as demand for Toyota's hybrids, Nissan's Leaf drops.

Less Leaf demand, VW diesel stop-sale, Honda's sales lag are all culprits.

May's green-car sales dropped about 32 percent from a year earlier.

Crossovers and trucks continue to fuel American car sales.

The truck and crossover trend continues, but it wasn't enough to help boost GM last month.

Sales get a boost in April after languishing in March.

Sluggish car sales in March appear to be a one-month anomaly. In April, automakers returned to the record-setting sales pace they've enjoyed for the better part of a year.

Automakers appear to be phasing out some models as Tesla, Chevy bulk up

Plug-in sales boosted by Tesla, and Volt, but green-car sales fall as models peter out.

Tesla Motors wasn't the only car company to close out March with an upbeat sales report. Ford enjoyed its best-selling March in ten years, the company said Friday. Other automakers reported sales growth that topped already-historic levels. Trucks and SUVs continued to be hot sellers.

Trucks and crossovers are so hot right now.

VW Stop-Sale, Plunging Honda Sales Didn't Help, Either

Drop in Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius demand more than offset gains from Tesla, Chevy Volt

Winter weather and a lack of weekends hurt vehicle sales in January, 2016. Still, sales of crossovers and SUVs remain strong, and the full year is expected to rebound.

Tesla, BMW Were The Lone Bright Spots

Sales of hybrids, plug-ins and diesels all stalled last year as customers awaited new models, responded to lower gas prices.

Last Month Was Still A Lot Better Than Last Year

December green-car sales were pushed forward by Tesla, pulled back by Volkswagen.

It's official, folks: 2015 was a record year for automobile sales in the United States. We break down each automaker's individual sales performance from December.

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