• What Is It About Cars And Dogs?
    At a recent Nissan Rogue driving event, a large dog crate complete with a stuffed animal helped show off the SUV's cargo room.
  • Consumers Willing To Buy Cars Online, With Caveats
    Half of those surveyed said they would be likely to pick up the phone to call if a website experience wasn't satisfactory.
  • 'Name Your Car Day' Shows Vehicles Are Not Like Other Purchases
    Twenty-five percent of people have a name for their car -- and the most popular name given is Baby, according to checkiday.com.
  • Infiniti, Kia, VW Go Digital For Reveals
    Infinti's reveal was accompanied by an augmented reality experience that allowed participants to "place" a QX60 Monograph in their driveways.
  • Study Finds Democratic Voters More Likely To Buy Foreign Auto Brands
    My first reaction to the data is that no one from metropolitan Detroit or the United Auto Workers was surveyed.
  • Study Finds Democratic Voters More Likely To Buy Foreign Auto Brands
    My first reaction to the data is that no one from metropolitan Detroit or the United Auto Workers was surveyed.
  • Toyota, GM, Ford Support Students Going Back To School With E-Learning, Mask Donations
    Toyota is offering e-learning help while GM and Ford are donating millions of face masks for in-person learning.
  • Porsche Drivers Have Highest Credit Scores
    Porsche buyers take the top spot with average credit scores of 725 -- leapfrogging Tesla, which took the top spot in last year's analysis.
  • Car Shoppers Change What They Are 'Googling'
    The top Google keywords and phrases include deferred payments, financial incentives and home delivery.
  • Ford Dips Toe Into Podcasts With Bronco Series
    Telling a compelling story like Bronco's generates enthusiasm for the overall Ford brand, Ford's Mark Truby tells "DriveTime."
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