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VW Sharan facelift arrives in Germany

VW Sharan facelift arrives in Germany

The 2016 Volkswagen Sharan is now available for order on the German auto market, as the company has recently announced. After being officially unveiled back in March 2015, during the Geneva Motor Show, the facelifted version of the Volkswagen Sharan is being highlighted once more, this time with the carmaker […]

Report – Volkswagen ready to divest LeasePlan

Report – Volkswagen ready to divest LeasePlan

Europe’s largest automaker is said to be in advanced negotiations to sell off its 50 percent holding in financing unit LeasePlan, with the company now focusing on rebuilding its businesses. According to sources that have knowledge of the situation, an announcement about the impending sale might be coming as early […]

Facelifted A-Class gets priced locally

Facelifted A-Class gets priced locally

Mercedes-Benz has officially announced the pricing list for the facelifted A-Class on its local market. The 2016 Mercedes-Benz A-Class is being highlighted once again, after being officially unveiled a couple of weeks ago, this time with the carmaker announcing its pricing list in Germany. According to the car manufacturer, the […]

Europe: German car sales in June rise 13 percent

Europe: German car sales in June rise 13 percent

New vehicle registrations in Germany, the largest European auto market, have jumped 13 percent last month, according to the country’s VDA industry association, with the highest monthly growth this year supported by the two additional selling days and a rising economy. Passenger car deliveries in Germany totaled 313,600 units, taking […]

Opel Adam Rocks S gets priced in Germany

Opel Adam Rocks S gets priced in Germany

Opel has officially announced the starting price of the Adam Rocks S on its local market, Germany. After being unveiled not that long ago, Opel is now reminding us that the Adam Rocks S is still existing by announcing the official starting price on its local market, in Germany. The […]