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Carvana Debuts Second Pennsylvania Car Vending Machine

Carvana Debuts Second Pennsylvania Car Vending Machine

Mar 21
Carvana (NYSE: CVNA), a leading e-commerce platform for buying and selling used cars, unveiled its newest Car Vending Machine today in Pittsburgh.

BMW Warns Profits Will Fall Due to Costs, Trade Uncertainty

BMW Warns Profits Will Fall Due to Costs, Trade Uncertainty

Mar 20
German automaker BMW says its profits this year will be "well below" last year's due to higher raw materials prices, the costs of compliance with tougher emissions requirements and unfavorable shifts in currency exchange rates.

Edmunds: Are Prepaid Car Maintenance Plans Worth It?

Edmunds: Are Prepaid Car Maintenance Plans Worth It?

By Ronald Montoya | Mar 16
The pitch sounds tempting. But what exactly do these plans cover? And are they a smart use of your money?

Tesla Unveils Model Y SUV, Expanding into Popular Segment

Tesla Unveils Model Y SUV, Expanding into Popular Segment

By Alex Veiga and Michael Liedtke | Mar 15
Tesla unveiled a new all-electric SUV on Thursday night that the automaker hopes will win over consumers looking for an all-electric alternative in the most popular segment of the auto market.

China's Auto Sales Contraction Worsens in February

China's Auto Sales Contraction Worsens in February

By Joe McDonald | Mar 14
The downturn in China's auto market worsened in January and February as an economic slowdown and a tariff fight with Washington chilled demand in the industry's biggest global market.

Volkswagen to Shed Up to 7,000 Jobs Through Automation

Volkswagen to Shed Up to 7,000 Jobs Through Automation

Mar 13
German carmaker Volkswagen AG says it expects to shed between 5,000 and 7,000 jobs at its core brand by 2023 as a result of increasing automation of "routine tasks."

Volkswagen Vows to Build 22 Million E-Cars over Next Decade

Volkswagen Vows to Build 22 Million E-Cars over Next Decade

Mar 12
German automaker Volkswagen said Tuesday it plans to ramp up its production of electric vehicles over the next ten years to 22 million and reduce its carbon footprint over vehicle life cycles by 30 percent.

Tesla Walks Back Its Plan to Close Most Showrooms

Tesla Walks Back Its Plan to Close Most Showrooms

Mar 11
Tesla is walking back its plan to close most of its showrooms worldwide. The company said Monday that it's still shifting to online sales, but it won't close as many stores as originally thought.

How to Avoid Late Auto Loan Payments As Prices Rise

How to Avoid Late Auto Loan Payments As Prices Rise

By Tom Krisher | Mar 9
New vehicle prices and interest rates are on the rise, causing millions of people to fall behind on their auto loan payments.

Edmunds: Ready for A New Lease? Don't Expect 2016's Deals

Edmunds: Ready for A New Lease? Don't Expect 2016's Deals

By Matt Jones | Mar 8
A record 4.3 million Americans have vehicle leases that are ending in 2019. If you're one of them and you expect to get the same kind of deal you got in 2016, you could be in for a shock.

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