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Europe: Honda bids the Accord fair well

Europe: Honda bids the Accord fair well

The third largest Japanese automaker – Honda Motor – has apparently decided to desert the European midsize segment, giving the axe to the well-known Accord nameplate that is due for an upcoming revision in Japan and the US. It appears that the decision (which is not the only one in […]

Hyundai sees fourth quarter profit sliding 19%

Hyundai sees fourth quarter profit sliding 19%

South Korea’s largest automaker, Hyundai Motor, has missed analyst estimates after it reported its fourth consecutive quarterly profit drop, weighed down by the dreary economic situation in Russia and by increased incentives in America. Hyundai, the world’s fifth-largest carmaker when joined by affiliate Kia Motors has seen net profit for […]

Toyota posts reserved sales forecast for 2015

Toyota posts reserved sales forecast for 2015

Japan’s Toyota Motor Corp – the world’s largest automaker – has decided to offer a conservative prediction for its delivery target this year, with the company projecting sales could eventually fall below 2014’s level. With the Japanese automaker forecasting lagging demand in numerous crucial markets, such as Japan, Indonesia and […]

US: average fuel economy drops to 25.1 mpg in December

US: average fuel economy drops to 25.1 mpg in December

Thanks to plunging gasoline prices, in some states averaging below $2 a gallon these days, US consumers have spurred demand for the traditional gas-guzzling category: pickup trucks, SUVs and crossovers. Naturally, even though automakers are keen on increasing the corporate fuel economy of their lineup in order to meet future […]

US: gas users celebrate, diesel adopters feel unlucky

US: gas users celebrate, diesel adopters feel unlucky

Just as national average gas prices are hovering now in the $2.40 a gallon area, those depending on diesel have little to no motif to rejoice: they are shedding on average $3.28 a gallon, shows data from the most recent Energy Information Administration survey. There’s a relatively small number of […]