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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).

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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.

January Car Sales Shake Off Snow Storm

Strong truck and SUV sales boosted the estimated average transaction price (ATP) for retail light-duty vehicles in the U.S. to $34,112 in January, up by approximately ($919) from prices a year ago resulting in a 2.8% increase.

U.S. Auto Sales to Reach 17.5M in 2015

New vehicle sales, including fleet deliveries, are projected to reach approximately 1.7 million units, a 12.8% increase from a year ago, according to a report by True Car.

Porsche Reaches 200K Sales Milestone

Porsche AG has sold more than 200,000 vehicles globally for the first time in the brand's history with 209,894 vehicles delivered through November.

Europe, U.S., China Car Sales Show Strong Growth

Three large automotive markets supported global automotive growth during the first half of 2015, led by Western Europe, according to research by the German Automobile Industry Association (VDA).

Ford Records Best Van Sales Month in 14 Years

Ford sold more vans in January than any other January since 2001 on the strength of its new 2015 Transit full-size van and redesigned Transit Connect compact van, Ford announced.

OEMs to Sell 16.5M Light-Duty Vehicles

Vehicle manufacturers should sell 16.5 million light-duty vehicles in retail and fleet channels in 2014, which represents a 6 percent increase from 2013 amid the backdrop of an improving U.S. economy, according to Edmunds.com.