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Maven is a car-sharing program offered by General Motors in partnership with a number of mobility service providers. Though targeted to young urban dwellers, the service could prove useful to fleets seeking to reduce their inventory or give drivers more transportation options. Photo courtesy of GM.

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Maven Makes Shared Mobility Possible

Launched by General Motors in January 2016, Maven is a car-sharing service that is spreading across North America and offering technology and terms that could prove irresistible to mobile fleets.

Graphic of the Middle East courtesy of Getty Images.

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State of the Middle East Commercial Fleet Market

All countries in the Middle East have been impacted by lower oil prices and the institution of austerity programs. Countering these economic headwinds are major infrastructure investments geared to stimulate national economies.

Photo courtesy of Getty Images.

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Strong Commercial Sales Drive Australian Fleet Market

Fleet sales are tracking at a record pace in 2017 reflecting the strength of the Australian economy and improved mining sector. SUV sales are hot with both consumers and fleets as OEMs introduce more new models into the market.

Chart courtesy of GM.

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State of the Chinese Commercial Fleet Market

The new-vehicle market has been up and down for the 2017 calendar-year, but demand for SUVs and luxury vehicles continues to remain strong. The sales forecast is that the growth rate for 2017 will be lower than prior years.

The Baojun 510 courtesy of General Motors.

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GM China September Sales Increase 6%

GM’s sales in China rose 6.6% to 366,305 units in September compared to the same time in 2016, and were driven by strong SUV sales for its Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, and Baojun brands.

Image of the Polestar 1 concept courtesy of the Volvo.

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Volvo's Performance Brand Launches Plug-in Hybrid

Volvo’s Polestar performance unit unveiled its first production unit in Shangai, an electric-hybrid vehicle that offers 600 hp

Photo of the 2017 Dodge Journey courtesy of Dodge.

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FCA Pulls Dodge, Chrysler Models From South Africa

FCA South Africa will no longer sell Dodge and Chrysler vehicles in South Africa due to the lack of right-hand-drive support for the nameplates.

Photo of Kristi Webb, Element's president and CEO, courtesy of Element.

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Element's 2017 Roundtable Highlights Fleet Trends

Hundreds of fleet company executives, supplier partners, automotive manufacturers and Element experts gathered at the 2017 Element Fleet Roundtable in Maryland last week.

Photo courtesy of Manheim.

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Manheim Puerto Rico Hosts First Post-Hurricane Sale

Manheim Puerto Rico hosted its first post-hurricane sale on Oct. 12 — 200 vehicles were offered for sale, the auction announced. Of those, 70 sold and an additional 30 vehicles are pending sale.

Photo: Toyota Australia

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Toyota Australia Closes Melbourne Factory

The Melbourne factory's closure leaves 2,700 Toyota workers unemployed. The closing of Toyota's Altona plant has dropped Toyota's staff from 4,000 to 1,300 people in Australia, according to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

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