These 10 news items were the most popular in 2018 on AutomotiveFleet.com.
 - Photos (clockwise from upper left) courtesy of Toyota, Ford, Element, and Paul Clinton.

These 10 news items were the most popular in 2018 on AutomotiveFleet.com.

Photos (clockwise from upper left) courtesy of Toyota, Ford, Element, and Paul Clinton.

As we put a bow on 2018, and look toward 2019, it's that time again to take a closer look at the news that most interested fleet readers. Toyota's fleet ordering dates, Ford's shifting vehicle lineup, and Amazon's foray to develop a last-mile delivery fleet were among the most-viewed news stories of 2018 on AutomotiveFleet.com.

On June 4, Toyota provided commercial fleet managers with ordering and delivery dates for its 2019-model-year lineup, which added three new vehicles, including generational updates to the Avalon and RAV4. Toyota also added a hatchback version of its Corolla compact car.

Ford's announcement that it was eliminating most cars from its lineup was another top topic, as was Amazon's development of an owner-operator model for a delivery fleet that will employ third-generation Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans built in the U.S. for the first time.

In upcoming installments, we'll look at top-viewed blogs, articles, and videos. Here are the top viewed news stories leading off with the highest engagement by pageviews:

  1. Toyota Sets Ordering, Delivery Dates for 2019 Vehicles
  2. Ford Gives Glimpse Into 2020 Lineup
  3. Chinese Automaker Geely Buys Substantial Stake in Daimler
  4. Georgia Moves Closer to Hands-Free Driving Law
  5. Amazon Moves to Launch Its Own Delivery Fleet
  6. Mercedes-Benz Recalls 8,700 Vehicles for Door Locks
  7. Mercedes-Benz Starts Building Sprinter Vans for Amazon at New Plant
  8. Drunk Driving: 44% of Fatalities on Halloween Night
  9. GM Offers 2019-MY Fleet Incentives
  10. Element Names CFO in Latest Leadership Move
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