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Cost Estimates Overstated for Pollution Standards, Study Finds
Cost estimates for meeting MPG and pollution standards are overstated by as much as 40 percent, according to a study by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).
Photo courtesy of International Franchise Systems
Auto Recalls Reach 53.2 Million in 2016
Automakers recalled a record 53.2 million vehicles last year in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In 2015, 51.2 million vehicles were affected by recalls.
Photo courtesy of Subaru.
Subaru Updates 2017-MY Order Cutoff Dates
Subaru has moved up the order cutoff date for fleets for the 2017 model-year Legacy to March 23 and updated the available exterior colors for the 2017-MY Forester, according to the company.
Photo of 2018 Q5 courtesy of Audi.
Audi Details 2018 Q5, Sets Pricing
By Paul Clinton
The 2018 Audi Q5 will retail for $42,475 when it goes in sale in April as a second-generation model of the compact luxury SUV.
Photo of Euro-spec 2018 AQ5 courtesy of Audi.
Audi Lays Out Strategy for Road Ahead
Heading toward 2020, Audi will introduce two compact SUVs, three electrified vehicles, and ramp up autonomous driving technology as it moves away from a 2016 that was marred by the diesel scandal and Takata recall.
Photo of 2017-MY MDX courtesy of Acura.
Acura's 2017 MDX Hybrid Starts at $52,935
Acura's gasoline-electric hybrid 2017 MDX compact SUV will retail for at least $52,935 when it arrives in April, Acura has announced.
Photo of 2017 CX-5 courtesy of Mazda.
Mazda Expands CX-5 Production
Mazda Motor Corporation will expand production of its CX-5 compact SUV for the second-generation 2017 model that has become the automaker's leading seller.
Photo: Chris Brown
Fuso Adds Gasoline V-8 to FE Series Cabovers
Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America premiered a new prototype V8 gasoline powertrain for the company’s FE Series medium-duty cabovers at the NTEA Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.
Photo of 2017 Transit courtesy of Ford.
Ford Updates Transit Van for 2018
Ford added several new features and new optional equipment to its Transit full-size van for the 2018 model year, the company announced at the Work Truck Show in Indianapolis.
Photo of 2018 Crosstrek courtesy of Subaru.
Subaru's 2018 Crosstrek Enters Next Generation
Subaru's 2018 Crosstrek crossover will enter a new generation on the Subaru Global Platform with the first redesign since its launch in 2012, Subaru has announced.

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Photo of 2017 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 courtesy of GM. GM's Chevrolet 2017-MY Fleet-Only Options
General Motors offers optional equipment for its Chevrolet lineup that's available only to fleets that includes a maintenance credit, deleted interior features, and onboard Wi-Fi plans.
Photo of 2017 F650/F-750 courtesy of Ford. Ford's 2017-MY Fleet-Only Options
Ford offers optional equipment available only to fleets that includes police telematics, orange seatbelts, and adjustable pedals.
Photo of 2017 Ram 1500 Laramie Limited courtesy of FCA. Fiat Chrysler's 2017-MY Fleet-Only Options
Fiat Chrysler offers optional equipment exclusive to fleets to enhance off-road operation, cargo management, and vehicle security.
BMW 5 Series sedan M Sport, photos courtesy of BMW Interview: BMW North America's Corporate Sales Manager
BMW is a global fleet provider with operations in almost every country. BMW wants to expand its fleet market share in the U.S. by implementing an aggressive fleet strategy.
(clockwise upper l. to r.) Photos of 2017 Escape, 2018 Equinox, 2015 Jeep Cherokee, 2017 Rogue courtesy of Ford, GM, FCA, and Nissan. 2017 Fleet Management Trends: Compact SUVs
Commercial fleets have begun to embrace compact SUVs in greater numbers as alternatives to mid-size sedans and trucks, because they offer ergonomic, operational, and remarketing benefits.

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