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2018 Nissan Kicks Starts at $18,965

Nissan's newest small SUV, the 2018 Kicks, will retail for at least $18,965, when it goes in sale later this spring, Nissan has announced. The price includes a $975 delivery fee.

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Nissan's 2018 Rogue Hybrid Starts at $27,995

Nissan's Rogue Hybrid increases $780 for the 2018 model-year, and it will add several new features including Apple CarPlay and a few driver assisting features on the top trim model.

2019 Honda Odyssey Minivan Starts at $31,065

Honda's 2019 Odyssey will increase $100 to $31,065 from the prior model a year after the minivan entered its fifth generation as a more connected vehicle.

2019 Volkswagen Jetta Starts at $19,395

Volkswagen's seventh-generation Jetta will retail for at least $19,395, including delivery fees, when it arrives at dealer lots by July 1. The price is $100 lower than the outgoing model, Volkswagen has announced.

2019 Ram 1500 Starts at $33,340

Fiat Chrysler's 2019 Ram 1500 large pickup will retail for at least $33,340 when it arrives at dealer lots in the coming weeks, FCA has announced. The price includes a retail price of $31,695 and a delivery fee of $1,645.

2019 Buick Envision Adds Power, Lowers Prices

Buick's Envision compact SUV will arrive for the 2019 model year with a modest power boost, a more efficient nine-speed transmission, and lower prices, the General Motors unit has announced.

2018 Lexus RX Hybrid Starts at $51,615

The new three-row crossover is also available in a Luxury edition at $55,550.

2018 Hyundai Kona Starts at $20,450

Hyundai's new utility, the 2018 Kona subcompact SUV, will retail for at least $20,450 when it goes on sale in March, Hyundai has announced.

2018 Nissan Rogue Sport Starts at $22,615

Nissan’s 2018 Rogue Sport compact SUV retails with a starting price of $22,615 and is currently on sale at dealerships nationwide, Nissan has announced.

Evaluate Supplier Contracts the Smart Way

There are occasions when fleet managers will need to review and evaluate existing supplier contracts. Handling these the smart way will benefit the fleet and the company’s bottom line.