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BMW's first battery-electric Mini will arrive in early 2020, and the automaker hopes fleets that are now using BMW's i3 or have set sustainability goals will consider it as an option to add to their selector list.

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2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class arrives in the U.S. market with an array of technology and an appealing driving experience.

Mercedes-Benz 2019 A-Class

Mercedes-Benz has introduced its 2019 A-Class to the U.S. market as the new entry-level sedan to complement the CLA and C-Class sedans.

2020 Volvo S60

Volvo has moved its S60 sedan to a new platform for its third generation, which will enable the sedan to provide more safety technology, interior comfort, and stylish design for the pharmaceutical companies that add it to selector lists.

Jaguar Refreshes XE Entry Sedan for 2020

Jaguar's XE entry luxury sedan will receive significant updates for 2020 including an enhanced exterior design, new interior materials and layout, and advanced infotainment technologies in an effort to make it more competitive in the segment.

2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan Arrives

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class sedan will arrive at U.S. dealerships in February as the new entry-level model that provides another option for companies that offer C-Class or CLA sedans to sales associates.

BMW Unveils Next-Gen 2019 3 Series

BMW has provided full details about its seventh-generation 2019 3 Series that arrives in a more crowded field of entry luxury sedans with a modest power boost, eight-speed automatic transmission, and an array of advanced driver-assisting systems.

Mercedes-Benz Debuts New A-Class Entry Sedan

Mercedes-Benz is bringing its A-Class compact sedan to the U.S. market later this year as a 2019 model that will give buyers a new entry point just below the CLA and the first vehicle with the brand's next-generation infotainment system.

Cadillac Sheds ATS on Path to Sedan Trio

Cadillac will discontinue its ATS entry-luxury sedan after the 2018 model year, as it moves to rework its sedan lineup to offer three cars, according to a spokesman.