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Next-Generation Holden Commodore is Coming

Headlined by the V-6 flagship model, the imported Commodore boasts an all-wheel-drive system channeling 308 horsepower and 3274 inch-pounds force to the road, combined with adaptive suspension technology.


Cameroon Taxi Industry Installs Telematics to Improve Safety

The agreement is one of the country’s first steps towards implementing tracking legislation in the taxi industry.

Francisco Garza, GM Mexico vice president, vehicle sales, service, and marketing (VSSM) for Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean countries. Photo: General Motors


AF Global Report Examines Robust Mexican Fleet Market

In an in-depth Q&A, Automotive Fleet Editor Mike Antich discusses the ups and downs of the Mexican automotive market with Francisco Garza, GM Mexico vice president, vehicle sales, service, and marketing (VSSM) for Mexico, Central America, and Caribbean countries.


UN Vehicle Regulations Could Cut Latin America Road Deaths

If UN vehicle safety regulations were applied by four key Latin American countries, 40,000 lives could be saved and 400,000 serious injuries prevented by 2030, according to a new report by Global NCAP and the Inter-American Development Bank,

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Mercedes-Benz Unveils X-Class Pickup

Mercedes-Benz has debuted its Concept X-Class mid-size pickup that will be launched in late 2017 in markets, including Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Australia with New Zealand, and Europe.

Photo of Carlos Ghosn courtesy of Nissan.


Nissan Takes Control of Mitsubishi

Nissan Motor Co. has completed its acquisition of 34% of Mitsubishi Motors, which makes Nissan the largest shareholder, the company has announced.

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Chevin Passes 1M Vehicle and Asset Milestone

More than 1 million vehicles and assets are now being managed using Chevin Fleet Solutions' FleetWave software, the company has announced.

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Ford Transit Becomes Top Global Van

Ford's Transit full-size van has become the top-selling family of cargo vans around the globe with nearly 400,000 registered in 2015 based on IHS Markit data, according to Ford.

Photo of Garza courtesy of GM Mexico.


GM Mexico's Garza Examines Mexican Fleet Market

Presently, there are 34 million vehicles in operation in Mexico, of which 34% are commercial vehicles. The majority of large fleets operating in Mexico are owned or leased by multinational companies.

Photo of the Opel Vivaro courtesy of Opel.


Opel's Stahl Discusses Growing Fleet Business

Building on Opel’s successful first quarter, Wolfgang Stahl, shares his plans to continue this momentum by introducing new models, financing options, and other services for fleet customers.


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