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Chinese Automaker Geely Buys Substantial Stake in Daimler
Chinese auto manufacturer Geely Holding has purchased a $9 billion stake in Daimler AG, making it the largest investor in the German automaker, according to a report in Bloomberg.
Photo of 2019 Santa Fe courtesy of Hyundai.
Hyundai Debuts Next-Gen 2019 Santa Fe
Hyundai's 2019 Santa Fe compact SUV will enter its fourth generation with new three-row diesel variant, more standard driver-assisting technologies, and a new eight-speed transmission, Hyundai announced.
Photo courtesy of Mitsubishi.
2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Goes on Sale
Mitsubishi dealers will begin selling the 2018 Eclipse Cross subcompact SUVs in early March with a starting retail price of $23,295.
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Lincoln Chief to Head Ford North America
Ford Motor Co. has named Kumar Galhotra to lead its North America business. Galhotra has been overseeing a revamp of the Lincoln brand for the past four years.
Photo of 2019 V60 courtesy of Volvo.
Volvo Adds V60 Wagon to Subscription Service
Volvo has debuted its redesigned 2019 V60 station wagon and will offer it as part of its vehicle subscription service known as Care by Volvo.
Photo of the opening of Volkswagen's Port of Benicia facility courtesy of the automaker.
VW's New California Port Should Lower Order-to-Delivery Times
Volkswagen Group of America has begun delivering vehicles through a port of entry in northern California that's expected to improve vehicle delivery times in the area, the company announced.
Photo of 2018 GMC Sierra courtesy of General Motors.
2018-MY Truck Order Cut-off Dates Approaching
Order cut-off dates for several 2018 model year truck models are fast approaching, according to Wheels, Inc. General Motors and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have announced earlier than normal cut-off dates as they plan to move production and retool their plants in preparation for upcoming new designs and changes.
Photo of the 2019 Ascent courtesy of Subaru.
2019 Subaru Ascent Three-Row SUV Starts at $32,970
Subaru will begin selling its 2019 Ascent three-row SUV — the largest vehicle the crossover specialist has ever built — for at least $32,970 this summer, the company announced.
Photo of 2019 X4 Euro spec crossover courtesy of BMW.
BMW's 2019 X4 Starts at $50,450
BMW's 2019 X4 enters its second generation as a wider, longer luxury SUV offered in a standard and higher-performance "M" model with improved technology such as voice recognition and gesture controls, BMW has announced.
Photo of 2019 C-Class courtesy of Mercedes-Benz USA.
Mercedes-Benz Refreshes 2019 C-Class
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class will receive a midcycle update for 2019 that tweaks the exterior styling and brings more power and standard features, the company announced.

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Photo of the third-generation European Sprinter by Paul Clinton. 6 Questions for Mercedes-Benz Vans USA
Robert Veit, vice president and managing director of Mercedes-Benz Vans USA, is leading a growth initiative in North America that includes the launch of the third-generation Sprinter.
The Expedition’s new 3.5L EcoBoost engine and 10-speed automatic transmission produce up to 400 hp and 480 lb.-ft. of torque with improved fuel economy and towing capability. (Photo: Mike Antich) Ford's All-New, Fleet Ready 2018 Expedition
The all-new Expedition provides fleets with ample crew space, work connectivity, and off-road and trailering capabilities to meet most fleet applications. It is powered by the 3.5L EcoBoost engine mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Photo courtesy of Chevrolet. 2017 Fleet Truck of the Year: Chevrolet Silverado 1500
The Silverado is available fleet specific-packages, including the Work Truck Convenience Package, the LT Fleet Convenience Package, and the LT Fleet Plus Package.
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As consumers and automakers continue to migrate away from sedans toward crossovers, there are no clear winners when analyzing total cost of ownership of individual models.
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