From the category archives: Industry News and Events

VIDEO: Favorite Reveals from 2015 North American International Auto Show

After taking in over 50 vehicle unveilings, the NADA Used Car Guide's team of analysts and editors departed Detroit's 2015 North American International Auto Show with a short list of their favorite vehicles.

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, Jan. 5 - Jan. 9

Jan. 5

VIDEO: Hyundai's Blue Link Smartwatch App

Running all this week in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show has already produced debuts of several automotive technologies. Hyundai's most recent unveil allows you to control certain aspects of your car via an Android powered smartwatch. The app will allow the user to do things like, locate their car, lock/unlock the doors, start the engine and more. Tech site The Verge sums the features up in the YouTube video below.


NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, Dec. 29 - Jan. 2

Jan. 2 More BMW News: 2016 7-Series Revealed Known by Bimmer fans and BMW employees as the upcoming G11, posted photos of the latest luxo-autobahn-bomber. What are your thoughts on the new look? Let us know in the Comments section below. Dec. 30 BMW Offers Fix for Finicky Charging Problem in i3 According to Inside EVs, "When the BMW i3 launched in the U.S., BMW promised a Level 2 charging rate of over 7.0 kW." The site has gone on to state, "While the promise was over 7.0 kW (7.4 kW to be precise), several U.S. i3s began to ...

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Cheaper Gas Should Mark a Return to Gas Guzzlers, Right?

In almost serendipitous fashion, gasoline prices have plunged to their lowest level since 2010 just as the budget-stretching holiday season is upon us. According to AAA, the national average of a gallon of regular grade gasoline currently stands at $2.67, down nearly 30 cents from a month ago and almost a $1 from where prices were at this time last year. The tumble in price is due to a few factors (the Wall Street Journal has a nice summary). Substantial increases in Canadian and U.S. production of crude oil over the past few years and additional output from Libya and Iraq have raised t ...

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, June 16 - June 20

J.D. Power released its Initial Quality Study today, which indicates the number of problems reported per 100 new vehicles. General Motors said in a recent press release that next year’s half-tons will be rated at 12,000 pounds with the 6.2 L V8.

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, June 9 - June 13

It may be Friday the 13th, but nothing unlucky about the new 2015 Mustang online configurator where you can build the Mustang of your dreams. In May, 29,422 large SUV’s were sold in the United States; 75% of those sales were made by GM, not even including the Escalade. A study performed by The Aluminum Association finds that 75% of all new pickup trucks produced in North America will have aluminum bodies by 2025.

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, June 2 - June 6

MINI just released pictures, information and pricing for the all-new 5-door MINI Cooper. McLaren Automotive made a profit for the first time after its third year of car production. The most popular vehicles for the month of May by the number of units sold remains a who’s who of pickups and family sedans. According to a recent Edmunds study, only two out of 10 Americans actually enjoy car shopping. 

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, May 26-30

Subaru announced that pricing for the 2015 BRZ will start at $25,695. Mitsubishi has decided to keep the Lancer Evo around for another year. The first 500 Euro-spec Mustangs sold out in 30 seconds. A mining company, a Pennsylvania construction company and a utility company had been sold F-150s in the current body style with an aluminum cargo box since 2011. 

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, May 19-23

The Lincoln Motor Company released this week that pricing on the new 2015 Navigator will start at $62,475.

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NADA Gears: Daily Auto News, May 12 - May 16

Chrysler reports that 17,000 orders were placed on the first two day for the all-new 200. The National Physical Laboratory says that satellite navigation technology could be dropped in favor of a more accurate method that uses the earth’s magnetic field. 

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