Retail sales of new vehicles in January are projected to reach a higher level than in any January since 2004, according to a monthly sales forecast developed jointly by J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.
During the past week, a total of nearly 96,000 vehicles were recalled by Kia Motors America, Nissan North America, and Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A.
In honor of Porsche Club of America's 60th anniversary, Porsche is offering a limited run of the GTS Club Coupe, based on the 911 Carrera GTS.
During the past week, Ford issued recalls for two models: the 2014 Ford Escape and the 2015 Lincoln MKC. In both cases, the 2015 Lincoln MKC crossover is involved.
During the past week, Subaru recalled a total of 198,900 Impreza, WRX, STI, and Forester vehicles to address potentially corroded brake lines.
Low gas prices, low interest rates, an improved economic outlook, and compelling deals drove what Automotive News called a "stellar 2014" and a "blockbuster December" for auto sales.
Automakers rang in the New Year the same way they closed out 2014--by announcing a laundry list of vehicle safety recalls, affecting various brands from model years as far back as 2006.
Chrysler wrapped up 2014 with a recall affecting almost 2.9 million vehicles that may have defective air bags. BMW also recalled vehicles over air bag concerns.
During the past two weeks, more than 20 safety recalls were announced by 12 different automakers. The most active manufacturer was Ford Motor Company, which recalled more than half a million vehicles. Get all the details here...
New-vehicle retail sales for December are expected to reach their highest levels since 2006 on a seasonally adjusted annualized rate (SAAR) basis, according to a monthly sales forecast developed jointly by J.D. Power and LMC Automotive.