In January, all automakers had a bit of a slowdown in their growth rate.
Mid-size crossovers are now the family car choice of many families. If trends continue, this will become the largest segment by sales overall within a few years.
The Toyota Tacoma has been the sales leader in the midsized truck segment for a very long time, but with the new generation arriving for the 2016 model year, Toyota set out to make the Tacoma bette
The two vehicles that started the compact crossover craze are the top two for sales as of the end of the year. The Honda CR-V ended up on top overall with sales of 345,647 units.
We previously reported that the Ford F-Series pickup was, once again, the bestselling vehicle in America with 780,354 new trucks sold last year.
When Toyota announced that it was building a zero-emissions fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) the electric vehicle jihad was horrified.
The sad truth of smaller auto show venues is that not every newly announced, or newly launched model makes it to every show. In some cases, it makes sense.
Capping off a successful new model introduction, Toyota’s new 2016 Tacoma has earned the top spot in Petersen’s Off Road Network judging as 4X4 of the year.
The Ford F-Series has once again claimed the title for the bestselling vehicle in America, with the new aluminum-bodied 2015 F150 leading the way as the Motor Company took the top seller title for
The 2015 sales totals are in, and the Toyota Tacoma’s 179,561 units sold is larger than the combined sales of the Chevy Colorado, GMC Colorado, and Nissan Frontier, which added together equal 177,3
April through August was the best period of sales for EVs in the U.S ever. The problem is that it was not this past April through August but that period in 2014.