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US: Chevrolet hopes to spur sales with new pickup editions


Chevrolet just introduced the latest Rally special editions for its full-size Silverado pickup. The brand hopes the new introduction can broaden the appeal of the truck – as pickups have been lately sold mainly for commercial purposes. Not long ago, the pickup sales were spurred by the so-called “urban cowboys” – drivers that chose the models to show off in their ...
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Russia: auto sales fall sped up by new economic sanctions
The country’s new car market, once mulled to dethrone Europe’s No.1 – Germany – has been hit by economic weakness, dwindling consumer confidence and now harsh sanctions from both the ...
China: GM shifts strategy to cater for larger family cars demand
The central government in Beijing is almost ready to relax its long running one-child policy, and automakers in the country are swiftly moving to take advantage of the rising demand ...
SRT Viper production stopped due to weak demand
Chrysler has stopped the production of the new SRT Viper recently because of the weak demand for the sports car. The SRT Viper isn’t really favored by Americans while its main ...
BMW says i8 production overrun by demand
BMW, which has triggered the attack of its “i” sub-brand to snatch customers that want environmentally conscious vehicles, now says its second model in the line the i8 is met ...
US: BMW aims for 3 series price for electric i3
The automaker’s top executive for the market said BMW expects the new i3 electric vehicle to be priced in the U.S. similarly to a 3 Series compact car and that ...
Carmakers still struggle with weak Europe
There are several hints that Western Europe’s weak car market may have finally hit bottom, but the latest economic numbers still suggest years of profit-less stagnation for troubled non-German mass ...
The Big Three pressure the foreign automakers on home turf
Volkswagen, for example, is a prime example of a foreign carmaker that invested heavily in US manufacturing, as it took advantage of the weakness of the domestic manufacturers – General ...
Ford wants to up its exports to China
In preparation for its dealership launch next year for the Lincoln brand, Ford plans to start building stock for the showrooms by importing vehicles from the United States, rather than ...
BMW considering a boost in i3 production thanks to strong demand
If the surging demand for the new i3 model would still fall in line with the initial orders, BMW is looking to soon move to increase its investment in the ...

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