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Photo courtesy of Hyundai.
MY-2017 Hyundai Tucson Details Revealed
Hyundai’s new Tucson MY-2017 compact SUV offers new interior and exterior design, safety features, and connectivity options, according to the automaker. The Tucson is available in four models, all available in either front-wheel or all-wheel drive.
Survey Shows Varying Attitudes to Autonomous Cars
Nine out of 10 New Yorkers and 86% of residents in California feel that autonomous cars could make life easier, according to Volvo Cars’ Future of Driving survey, the largest online consumer conversation about autonomous driving to date with nearly 50,000 responses worldwide.
Photo courtesy of Chevrolet.
Chevrolet Low Cab Forward Trucks Headed to Dealers
Chevrolet’s new Low Cab Forward trucks are now shipping to Chevrolet dealers across the country, marking Chevrolet’s return to the medium-duty market.
Photo courtesy of Green Commuter.
Van Pool Adds Tesla Model X SUVs
Green Commuter will introduce Tesla Model X vehicles to its vanpool and car share service. The battery-electric seven-passenger SUVs will be used by workers to commute to and from their jobs during rush hour.
Like all new SuperDuty pickups, this F-450 SuperCrew has an aluminum cab, front fenders, hood and cargo bed. Photos by Tom Berg.
2017 Ford Super Duty Pickups to Use F-150 Aluminum Cabs
By Tom Berg
The change to high-volume F-150 cabins cuts costs and weight, and adds interior room for SuperCab and SuperCrew buyers.
Photo of Ram 1500 courtesy of FCA US.
FCA Investing $1.49B Toward Ram Production
FCA US will invest $1.48 billion to retool its Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Detroit, MI to build the next generation Ram 1500 after the plant ceases production of the Chrysler 200 in December.
Photo of Titan SV and Titan XD S courtesy of Nissan.
Nissan Adds Single Cab Titan for 2017
By Paul Clinton
Nissan is rolling out standard cab models of its Titan and Titan XD pickups for the 2017 model year that provide a more affordable entry point for commercial and fleet users, Nissan has announced.
Photo of 2017 Genesis G80 courtesy of Hyundai.
Genesis Offers Complimentary Maintenance
Hyundai's Genesis will offer complimentary maintenance, loaner cars, and a valet service with its 2017 G90 and G80 luxury sedans in hopes of luring buyers to the new brand.
Photo of Apple CarPlay on 2017 Sportage.
Kia Expands Apple CarPlay, Android Auto
Kia is rolling out a software update that will enable Apple CarPlay and Android Auto in eight of its nameplates covering model years from 2014 to 2017, the automaker announced.
Feds Nix 54.5-MPG Target for 2025
Improving gasoline fuel economy and strong demand for trucks and SUVs has led federal regulators to eliminate the 54.5 mpg corporate fuel economy target for 2025.

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Photo of 2017 E-Class courtesy of Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes-Benz: New Models Meet New Needs
Mercedes-Benz plans to introduce 30 new models by 2020. What do fleets have to look forward to?
The Nissan NV Cargo van is offered in three models with its Standard Roof or two models in the High Roof body. (PHOTO: NISSAN) Making Full-Size Vans Work for 2016
Full-size cargo vans provide fleet managers with added cargo space, vehicle height options, and the payload capacity for just about every vocational need.
The ProMaster City is Ram’s Class 1 van offering available in four versions and featuring a standard, 9-speed automatic transmission. (PHOTO: FCA US) Compact Vans Fill the Urban Need
The smaller size of compact work vans fit in more compact urban environments, while still providing abundant cargo capacity and myriad configurations for vocational fleet requirements.
Photo courtesy of Autonomous Vehicle Hurdles to Consider
Self-driving vehicles are the next frontier in automobile innovation and companies such as Google, Ford, GM, Tesla, and other OEMs are testing and perfecting their version.
The 2017 Jaguar XE. Photo: Paul Clinton Jaguar's New 'Cat' In the Jungle
Jaguar's 2017 model-year XE will stalk its way into the competitive entry level luxury vehicle segment. The automaker is taking a more aggressive approach to fleet sales.

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