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Luxury auto brands could be trying to sell way too many different cars

“Brands like Mercedes and BMW have great advantages because they’re global and high volume,” Dominique said. “They sell 400,000 BMW 3 series alone.”

 

Buisness Insider | March 18, 2015

Ford’s new F-150 gets resale boost from fuel economy

“We’re seeing extreme resilience in the used market for full-sized pickup truck values,” Lyman said. “We’re expecting that trend to continue.”

Automotive News | March 12, 2015

Fuel Economy Helps Boost Resale Value of Ford’s F-150

“We are giving credit for the aluminum construction in the fuel efficiency we’re seeing,” Lyman said. “We are not putting in a negative adjustment for concerns around repair costs or durability associated with aluminum.”

Bloomberg Business | March 12, 2015

China may be biggest market, but U.S. still richest

According to a study by TrueCar Inc., the total value of new-vehicle sales in the U.S. still exceeded the total value in China by as much as $161 billion last year.

Automotive News | March 10, 2015

GM spends big to raise GMC profile

For one, competition for full-size trucks has intensified, with the average transaction price north of $40,000, according to TrueCar Inc.

Automotive News | March 9, 2015

Ford Motor Company’s Most Insane Vehicle Yet Will Also Be Its Most Expensive Ride Ever

Also, millennials, who TrueCar projects will purchase roughly 4.24 million of this year’s estimated 17 million new cars, are purchasing Ford’s ST vehicles at a rate twice that of other Ford vehicles.

The Motley Fool | March 8, 2015

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