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Jaguar Land Rover Increases UK Production Output

Jaguar Land Rover has been named the largest automotive manufacturer in Britain with the automaker accounting for more than 30% of all domestic car production last year, according to company.

January Retail Vehicle Sales Expected to Tumble

The industry is expected to sell 1.13 million new vehicles in January, a 3% decline over the same time last year, and a 33% decline from the month before, according to Kelley Blue Book, resulting in a seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR) of 17.4 million.

Fed Hikes Interest Rates for Second Time in Decade

Policy makers at the Federal Reserve on Wednesday announced an increase in interest rates for the first time this year and only the second time since the depths of the Great Recession and there are expected to be at least some repercussions for trucking.

Buick Tops Retail Sales Satisfaction Study

Buick has come in at the top of J.D. Power's 2016 U.S. Sales Satisfaction Index Study for mass market brands, while Porsche ranks highest among luxury brands, J.D. Power has announced.

New-Vehicle MPG Continues to Slide

The average fuel economy of new vehicles sold in September was down 0.1 mpg 25.2 mpg from August, according to the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI).

New-Vehicle MPG Falls in August

The average fuel economy of vehicles sold in August fell 0.1 mpg to 25.3 mpg from July, according to the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI).

New Models Boost Jaguar Land Rover Sales

Jaguar Land Rover increased global retail sales 16% to 132,700 in the quarter ending June 30 on the strength of three new models, the United Kingdom-based automaker reported.