United Kingdom true fleet registrations for July posted a 1.4% growth after slipping slightly in June. This helped the total automotive market reach almost 164,000 registrations for the month, and a 1.2% total growth.
The New Zealand and Australian branches of fleet management company Orix were recognized as top companies for innovation by the The Australian Financial Review.
The all-new Renault Duster compact SUV will arrive in Saudi Arabia this September 2018 with an updated interior and equipment.
The 2019 Avalon boosts power and adds an improved Entune infotainment system and suspension upgrades a year after the sedan entered its fifth generation.
The national average price of regular unleaded has remained flat at $2.86 per gallon for the week ending Aug. 13 in which consumer demand fell and gasoline inventories increased for the first time in six weeks, according to AAA.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has appointed Graham Eagle as its new chief executive for South Africa to replace Robin van Rensburg, who resigned from the position, the company has announced.
Norman Din, the vice president of strategic sales at Wheels, Inc., will retire on Aug. 21, the Chicago-area fleet management company has announced.
Vehicles that were taken out of commercial, government, and daily rental fleets and sold at auction in July were worth 8.1% more than they were a year ago and 0.4% more than in June, according to Tom Kontos, KAR Auction Services' chief economist.
The company signed a memorandum of intent with the Federal University of Santa Catarina to study second-life applications for Nissan Leaf batteries.
After passing five crashworthiness tests with flying colors, the redesigned 2019 Acura RDX was awarded a Top Safety Pick+ by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS).
Vehicle logistics provider Acertus has been named one of 150 top workplaces for 2018 by its hometown St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The Ford Territory is an entry-level, midsize SUV developed through its partnership with the Jiangling Motors Corporation.