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Nissan Bringing the Qashqai to South Africa

Nissan has released its Qashqai crossover in South Africa with various premium enhancements, the company announced.


BNP Paribas Offers Preferential Financing on IVECO Trucks

Through the partnership, purchases of IVECO vehicles — which run on compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, bio-methane, and electricity — will be granted preferential financing conditions by BNP Paribas.

Photo courtesy of MyKeego


Argentina Welcomes Country's First Carsharing Service

The app-based carsharing company has plans to serve downtown Buenos Aires later this year.

Photo courtesy of Nissan.


SUVs and Crossovers Drive Nissan's Global Sales

Nissan’s global crossover and SUV sales increased more than 12% in 2017, representing an increase of 230,000 vehicles, according to the company. Full-year 2017 global sales reached more than 2 million vehicles.

Tread of a ULP Ultra Drive Retread Tire courtesy of Michelin North America.


Truck Tire Shipments Set 2017 Records

The domestic tire industry reached two milestones in 2017. Replacement truck tire shipments totaled 19.2 million units, a record high.

Chart courtesy of J.D. Power.


Vehicle Dependability Improves 9%: J.D. Power

Buick and Lexus ranked highest in overall vehicle dependability, which improved 9% overall in the past year, according to J.D. Power's annual Vehicle Dependability Study. Fleets using a three-year replacement model may benefit from higher resale prices.

The streets of Bucharest, Romania. Photo via HPGruesen/Good Free Photos


Report Finds Carsharing Services Could Reduce Traffic in Romania by 25 Percent

A study released by Perceptum found that offering carsharing services in major Romanian cities would maximize the efficiency of cars and improve urban mobility.

Photo: Steven Fecht for General Motors


Maven Launches Car-Sharing in Toronto

The service will initially offer 40 vehicle options to customers.

Photo via Julie Roberts/Max Pixel.


GM Restructuring South Korea Operations

General Motors will close one of its four South Korea factories by the end of May as part of a restructuring of its operations in the country to make its business more profitable.

Recent moves by Amazon have led some industry observers to speculate the online retailer is poised to launch its own parcel delivery service soon. Photo: Amazon


Amazon Moves to Launch Its Own Delivery Fleet

Recent moves suggest Amazon, the online retail giant, is taking steps to establish its own air and land parcel delivery service.


Fleet Tracking And Telematics

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